The winners of the annual Q awards have been announced this week at an awards ceremony in London.
Among the winners were newcomers The Enemy picking up “Best New Act” and Kate Nash winning “Breakthrough artist”. “Best Live Act” went to Muse while “Best Track” went to Manic Street Preachers with “Your love alone is not enough”.
Several artists were awarded for their contribution to music including Johnny Marr being given a lifetime achievement award and Paul McCartney winning the “Q Icon” award. For a full list of winners head over to www.qawards.co.uk
Justin Timberlake has been nominated for four MTV Europe Music Awards, in the categories of Solo Artist, Ultimate Urban, Headliner and Video Star. Earlier this month he took home a tally of four gongs at the MTV awards in Las Vegas.
Beyonce, Avril Lavigne, Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance and Rihanna all received three nominations. Read more
The nominees for the Q Awards 2007 have been announced at a launch that saw performances by Cherry Ghost, Kate Nash, Hard Fi, Athlete and Manic Street Preachers.
The prestigious Awards will be announced at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on 8th October. The nominees are as follows: Read more
As comebacks go, Britney Spears’ attempt at the MTV Video Music Awards show must be seen as the least successful for a long time!
Even the BBC’s David Willis said her performance would “go down in the history books as being one of the worst to grace the MTV Awards”. While so-called celebrity blogger Perez Hilton wrote that “She blew it… it was so bad, it was painful, it was embarrassing”. Read more