Celebrity Awards | MOBO Awards 2012
As soon as Emeli Sande stood on the Olympic stage we knew she was destined for great things. Saturday night saw Emeli scoop three MOBO awards at musics’ most prestigious ceremony. Held at the ECHO arena in Liverpool, the biggest names in music made their way up North to celebrate each others success. Not only did Emeli win THREE awards, she also looked stunning. Check out our fashion round up here.
Plan B was looking pretty smug after picking up two awards. The ill Manors singer said he was happy with the awards and hopes the album will inspire young people to stay out of trouble and make a life for themselves.
JLS picked up the award for best video and couldn’t stop laughing and joking on stage. JB kept tight lipped about a possible trip down the aisle with Chloe. We have a feeling we had better get our wedding hats out.
Labrinth won the accolade for best song and couldn’t stop jumping around with excitement. We even heard that he may be opening up a new restaurant – that’s a dinner date we want to make.
Our fave girlband of the year Stooshe rocked the stage in PVC on Saturday night. We are loving the girls style and they said they may be in talks with a fashion company to do a collaboration – Stooshe clothing? We cannot wait!
Rita Ora won her first MOBO as best newcomer and she said she couldn’t have done it without her fans – awww. The London singer looked gorgeous in white and her hair as ever, seemed unmoved. Rita recently told us that she puts her locks through so much, she is scared she is going to permanently damage it. Her hairdresser uses Aveda’s damage remedy as the natural elements in the product counter act the stress other product does to her tresses. Next stop Aveda.
We think Conor Maynard may be our new crush – isn’t he cute.
The winners are…
Best Female Act: Emeli Sandi
Best Male Act: Plan B
Best Newcomer: Rita Ora
Best R&B/Soul Act: Emeli Sandi
Best Hip-Hop/Grime Act: Plan B
Best Video: JLS – Do You Feel What I Feel
Best Song: Labrinth Ft Tinie Tempah – Earthquake
Best Album: Emeli Sandi – Our Version Of Events
Best International Act: Nicki Minaj
Best Reggae Act: Sean Paul
Best Jazz Act: Zoe Rahman
Best African Act: D’Banj
Best Gospel Act: Rachel Kerr
Outstanding Contribution to Music: TLC
Lifetime Achievement Award: Dionne Warwick
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