2017 NME Awards Celebrate Christine and the Queens, Skepta, Wiley, Biffy Clyro & More - Full List
Wiley accepts the Outstanding Contribution To Music while Pet Shop Boys are given the Godlike Genius award...
The VO5 NME Awards 2017 winners have revealed with Christine and the Queens coming up trumps winning both Best International Female and Best Track for 'Tilted'. Other big wins came for Skepta who took home Best British Male, M.I.A. who won Best British Female, and Biffy Clyro who were named Best British Band.
Elsewhere Bastille won Best Album for Wild World, The 1975 are this year's Best Live Band and Dua Lipa saw off competition from Zara Larsson and Anderson .Paak to take home the Best New Artist title.
Slaves beat competition from Beyoncé to win Best Video for 'Consumer Or Be Consumed', however the Lemonade superstar didn't go home (metaphorically - she wasn't even there) empty handed as she was named Hero Of The Year.
Skepta introduced Godfather Of Grime Wiley who picked up this year's Outstanding Contribution To Music award while Pet Shop Boys picked up their Godlike Genius accolade.
In the not-so-coveted categories, 5 Seconds Of Summer scored a hat-trick, winning Worst Band for the third year running and Nigel Farage was dubbed Villain Of The Year.
Performing on the night were Bastille, Wiley, Dua Lipa, Pet Shop Boys plus a very special performance from the specially-formed supergroup Bands 4 Refugees featuring Charli XCX, Pixie Geldof, Marika Hackman and members from Years & Years, Swim Deep, Black Honey, Slaves, Circa Waves and Peace.
The VO5 NME Awards 2017 Winners In Full:
Best British Band supported by Zig-Zag
Best International Band supported by Austin, Texas – Live Music Capital Of The World®
Best British Male supported by The Pilot Pen Company
Best British Female
Best International Male supported by VO5
Best International Female supported by VO5
Christine and The Queens
Pet Shop Boys
Outstanding Contribution To Music
Best New Artist supported by Topman
Bastille - ‘Wild World'
Christine and The Queens - ‘Tilted'
Best Live Band supported by Nikon
Slaves - 'Consume Or Be Consumed'
Best Festival supported by ID&C
Best Music Film
Best TV Show
My Scientology Movie
Music Moment of the Year
Coldplay's Viola Beach tribute at Glastonbury
Best Festival Headliner
Best Small Festival
End Of The Road
Villain Of The Year
Hero of the Year
5 Seconds Of Summer
Oasis - 'Be Here Now’
Johnny Marr – ‘Set The Boy Free’
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