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TINIE TEMPAH & WIZKID WIN AT MOBO AWARDS 2011 (WINNERS LIST+PICTURES & VIDEO FROM THE EVENT)
The MOBO Awards 2011 saw the cream of the music crop came out in force for the 16th annual event at Glasgow’s SECC.
Hosted by US singer Jason Derulo and Strictly Come Dancing judge Alesha Dixon, stars from across the globe walked the red carpet, despite the miserable wet and windy weather in the city.
Jason Derulo & Alesha Dixon
Boyz II Men, pop princess Jessie J, Amy Winehouse’s goddaughter Dionne Bromfield, US singer Alexis Jordan, rappers Tinie Tempah and Tinchy Stryder, and rising Scottish star Emeli Sande were just some of the artists who attended.
And singers including Professor Green and Emeli Sande, Katy B and Miss Dynamite, Jessie J, Wretch 32 and Boyz II Men took to the stage to entertain the crowds too. Dionne Bromfield performed Amy Winehouse’s song Love Is a Losing Game, in an emotional tribute to the late star who passed away aged just 27 in July this year.
Jessie J was the big winner of the night, sweeping the board at the MOBO Awards 2011, picking up four gongs out of the five she was nominated for. Lifting Best UK Act, Best Newcomer, Best Song and Best Album, the singer who has only been on the music scene for one year, was overcome with emotion and looked close to tears.
Boyz II Men, who were celebrating their 20th anniversary on the night, picked up Outstanding Contribution to Music, Rihanna won Best International Act, Tinie Tempah picked up Best Hip Hop/Grime Act, Adele lifted Best R&B/Soul Act, Nigeria’s Wizkid also won in the Best African Act category and Tinchy Stryder picked up his first gong alongside friend Dappy, for Best Video.
Check out the full list of winners below:
• Best UK Act – Jessie J
• Best Newcomer, in association with Lebara Mobile – Jessie J
• Best Song, in association with PRS for Music – Jessie J - Do It Like A Dude
• Best Album – Jessie J – Who You Are
• Best Hip Hop/Grime Act – Tinie Tempah
• Best R&B/Soul Act – Adele
• Best International Act – Rihanna
• Best Video – Tinchy Stryder and Dappy – Spaceship
• Best Reggae – Alborosie
• Best Jazz Act – Kairos 4tet
• Best Gospel Act – Triple O
• Best African Act – Wizkid
• Outstanding Contribution to Music – Boyz II Men
Jessie J Performance