Justin Bieber Gets 'Worst Album,' Jonas Brothers Named 'Worst Band' At NME Awards
My Chemical Romance were the big winners at the annual NME Awards in London on Wednesday night after picking up two of the night's biggest trophies.
The rockers, who opened the ceremony at the O2 Academy in Brixton, claimed Best International Band and Best Video for "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)."
Other big winners on the night included Muse, who were named Best British Band, while frontman Matt Bellamy was named Hottest Man.
Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro walked away with the Best Live Band honor, Glastonbury was named Best Festival for the third consecutive year and Arcade Fire, who were unable to attend the event, won the Best Album Award for "The Suburbs" - just over a week after the Canadians stunned the Grammys by winning the same prize.
The Best New Band title went to Hurts, British rapper Professor Green's "Jungle" was named Best Dancefloor Filler and Laura Marling continued her success by winning Best Solo Artist. Foals were surprise winners - they landed the Best Track award for "Spanish Sahara," over nominees including Mark Ronson, Gorillaz and Cee Lo Green.
It wasn't a great night for Justin Bieber or the Jonas Brothers - Bieber was named Least Stylish and his "My World 2.0" landed the Worst Album dishonor; the Worst Band award went to the Jonas Brothers.
But it was Dave Grohl who walked away with the highest honor, after being handed the NME Godlike Genius Award. The Foo Fighters frontman closed the ceremony with a full set, performing songs from his band's forthcoming album "Wasting Light."
The full list of winners is as follows:
Best British Band:
Best International Band:
My Chemical Romance
Best Solo Artist:
Best Live Band:
Best New Band:
Arcade Fire - The Suburbs
Foals - Spanish Sahara
My Chemical Romance - Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)
Best Dancefloor Filler:
Professor Green - Jungle
Best TV Show:
Philip Hall Radar Award:
The Naked & Famous
Teenage Cancer Trust Outstanding Contribution To Music:
John Peel Award For Innovation:
(British Prime Minister) David Cameron
Brandon Flowers (The Killers)
Justin Bieber - My World 2.0
Alison Mosshart (The Kills)
Best Album Artwork:
Klaxons - Surfing The Void
Hayley Williams (Paramore)
John Lydon - Mr Rotten's Scrapbook