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JLS take two Digital Music awards
JLS and Cheryl Cole won big at the BT Digital Music awards last night (30.09.10).
Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Cole was crowned Best Female and won Best Single for her solo debut 'Fight For This Love', while JLS took home Best Group and Best Video for their song 'Everybody In Love'.
Muse won big in the website stakes, taking home awards for Best Website and Best Fan site.
UK rapper Tinie Tempah - who is hoping to celebrate his third UK number one single in a row this Sunday (03.10.10) with 'Written In The Stars' - won the award for Best Newcomer.
Shortly after receiving his award, Tinie, 21, told BANG showbiz: "This means a lot because digital music is my generation, how I grew up - listening to and finding new music through the internet, as well as coming up through it - so to be recognised by the people who have voted means a lot."
Robbie Williams was named Best Male artist at the awards, while cartoon band Gorillaz accepted Artist of the Year and Best Artist Promotion awards with a specially recorded video message from bassist Murdoc.
Performances at the awards included US R 'n' B singer Ne-Yo - who took to the stage in a dapper suit, braces and a bowler hat to perform 'One In A Million', while British band McFly gave a rocking rendition of their latest single 'Party Girl'.
Other performers included Scouting For Girls, Roll Deep, and Marina and The Diamonds.
Professor Green - who won home the award for Breakthrough Artist - closed the night performing his new song 'Monster'.
The awards will be broadcast in the UK on TV channel ITV2 on Saturday (02.10.10) at 22.45.
Full list of winners at the BT Digital Music awards 2010
Best Song - Cheryl Cole
Best Female - Cheryl Cole
Artist of the Year - Gorillaz
Best Artist Promotion - Gorillaz
Best Male artist -Robbie Williams
Breakthrough Artist - Professor Green
Best Newcomer - Tinie Tempah
Best Independent Artist - Dizzee Rascal
Best International Artist - Lady Gaga
Best Blog - Music Fix
Best Official Site - Muse
Best Fan Site - Muselive.com
Best Event - Nokia presents Rihanna Live
Best Place to Discover Music - BBC Introducing
Best Radio Show or Podcast - Buxton's Big Mixtape show and podcastPosted on 1 Oct 2010 10:00 to category : Music News
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