Jessie J has dominated this year’s MOBO Awards, taking home prizes in four out of the five categories in which she was nominated.
The Who’s Laughing Now singer won Best UK Act, Best Newcomer, Best Album for Who You Are and Best Song for her debut hit, Do it Like a Dude.
Jessie only missed out on the prize for Best Video, which was awarded to Tinchy Stryder and Dappy for their song, Spaceship.
The 24-year-old star, born Jessica Cornish, thanked her fans after picking up the award for Best Album, saying:
“I just want to say the biggest thank you to my fans because I watched this last year by myself in my living room and no-one knew who I was.”
She was also praised by the founder of the awards Kanya King for her performance which opened the show.
Adele was also among the winners on the night, picking up the Best R&B/Soul accolade at the event, which was held in Glasgow.
Tinie Tempah won the Best Hip Hop prize and Bajan singer Rihanna came away with the Best International Star award.
The night also featured a tribute to the late Amy Winehouse led by her goddaughter, Dionne Bromfield.
This year’s MOBO Awards were hosted by Jason Derülo and Alesh Dixon and took place at Glasgow’s SECC.