Florence & The Machine scoops two awards...
Jason Gregory

14:45 25th October 2010

Florence & The Machine was the big winner at this year's Q Awards, taking home two prizes.

The singer was named Best Female and also won Best Track for her hit 'You Got The Love'.

Other winners included Palo Nutini, who was named Best Male, and The National, who won Best Album for 'High Violet'.

Kasabian were named Best Act In The World Today, Mumford & Sons won Best New Act and Mark Ronson collected the Innovation Of Sound gong.

Take That, including Robbie Williams, won a special Hall Of Fame award at the ceremony in London.

Bryan Ferry was named Q Icon, while Sir Paul McCartney collected the Classic Album prize for Wings' 'Band On The Run'.

You can see the full list of winners, as well as highlights from the ceremony, on Gigwise below.

Q Awards 2010 – Winners:

Best Track - Florence And The Machine, 'You Got The Love'
Breakthrough Artist – Plan B
Best New Act – Mumford & Sons
Best Video - Chase And Status feat Plan B
Best Live Act – Green Day
Hall Of Fame – Take That
Classic Songwriter -  Neil  Finn
Next Big Thing – Clare Maguire
Q Idol – Madness
Q Hero – The Chemical Brothers
Q Inspiration – Suede
Best Male – Palo Nutini
Best Female – Florence & The Machine
Innovation In Sound – Mark Ronson
Best Album – The National, 'High Violet'
Best Act In The World Today – Kasabian
Q Icon – Bryan Ferry
Classic Album – Wings, 'Band On The Run'

Q Awards 2010 - Red Carpet Photos

  • Florence & The Machine

  • Corinne Bailey Rae

  • Tinie Tempah

  • Paolo Nutini

  • Tim Burgess

  • Chase & Status

  • Duran Duran

  • Lissie

  • Sandie Shaw

  • Matt Berry

  • Charlotte Church

  • KT Tunstall

  • Mark Ronson

  • Nadine Coyle

  • Noel Fielding

  • Al Murray

  • Fearne Cotton

  • Madness

  • Ray Davies

  • Travie McCoy

  • Plan B

  • Kasabian

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