Adele was the big winner at this afternoon's Ivor Novello Awards (17th May), picking up two gongs at the prestigious ceremony.
The 24-year old star was named Songwriter of the Year at the bash - held at Grosvenor House in Mayfair, London - as well as picking up the Most Performed Work award for Rolling In The Deep.
During her acceptance speech for Songwriter of the Year, Adele dedicated her award to manager Jonathan Dickins, stating: "I got signed really quickly. I read my reviews on my first album, like a d***head.
“I took it on board that critics said my songs weren’t as good as my voice. So thank you for that. I would be nowhere if it wasn’t for you Jonathan.”
When accepting the gong for Most Performed Work, she thanked all the “drunken karaoke people", adding: "The statue is so beautiful. I’d like to say Take That, it’s a pleasure having my name anywhere near yours. I love ya, I miss ya.”
While she may have took home the most trophies, Adele - who was nominated in four categories - was beaten by PJ Harvey to the coveted Best Album award for her LP Let England Shake.
The Someone Like You hitmaker also lost out to Ed Sheeran in the Best Song Musically and Lyrically category, with the 21-year old winning the gong for his debut single, The A Team.
Lana Del Rey also picked up the Best Contemporary Song accolade for Video Games, while Take That were honoured with the Outstanding Contribution To British Music prize.
Winners of the 57th Ivor Novello Awards - full list:
Best Contemporary Song
Video Games - Lana Del Rey
PRS for Music Most Performed Work
Rolling In The Deep Written - Adele
Best Television Soundtrack
The Shadow Line - Composed by Martin Phipps
The Ivors Jazz Award
Let England Shake - PJ Harvey
Outstanding Song Collection
The Ivors Inspiration Award
Best Original Film Score
The First Grader Composed by Alex Heffes
PRS for Music Outstanding Contribution to British Music
Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen & Robbie Williams (Take That)
Best Song Musically and Lyrically
The A Team - Ed Sheeran
Songwriter of the Year
PRS for Music Special International Award
Jimmy Webb BASCA
Andrew Lloyd Webber