The MOBO Awards went ahead for the first time in three years.
Maya Jama took the reigns as she handed out prizes to a string of deserving music artists.
The awards, which stands for Music of Black Origin, was held at Exhibition London in Shepherd’s Bush, with broadcaster Maya, 26, leaded the ceremony with YouTube star Chunkz, 24, who also picked up the Best Media Personality prize.
Maya looked sensational in a black one-shouldered dress with a bejewelled and tasseled skirt that showed off just a hint of her pins.
She pouted for the cameras as she posed confidently on the red carpet at the socially distanced event.
It was filmed on Monday but is set to air on BBC One from 10.45pm tonight.
Model Jourdan Dunn walked the carpet in a stunning figure-hugging animal print gown, while fellow model Leomie Anderson made a bold outfit choice in a sheer bodysuit with leaf patterns that protected her modesty.
Comedian Judi Love added some sparkle to the proceedings in a glittering silver gown as she posed confidently with one hand on her hip.
Former Strictly Come Dancing contestant Emmy Weymouth was also among the crowd.
Headie One posed up with his award after picking up the Best Male Act gong.
He was dressed for the occasion in a Louis Vuitton tracksuit and white T-shirt.
Aitch was also seen proudly carrying his award after being named Best Newcomer at the ceremony.
Love Island couple Priscilla Anyabu and Michael Boateng stunned as they walked the red carpet together.
Michael looked sharp in a camel coloured suit and white shirt while Priscilla wore a silver dress with a deep plunging neckline.
The full list of winners…
Best Male Act – Headie One
Best Female Act – Mahalia
Album of the Year – Nine – Crabs in a Bucket
Song of the Year – Young T & Bugsey ft. Headie One – Don’t Rush
Best Newcomer – Aitch
Video of the Year – NSG – Lupita
Best R&B/Soul Act – Mahalia
Best Hip Hop Act – Nines
Best Grime Act – JME
Best International Act – Burna Boy
Best Performance in a TV Show/Film – Michael Ward – Blue Story
Best Media Personality – Chunkz
Best Album (2017-2019) – Ella Mai -Ella Mai
Best African Act – Wizkid
Best Reggae Act – Buju Banton
Best Gospel Act – Calledout Music
Best Jazz Act – Ego Ella May
Best Producer – Jae 5
Inspiration Award – Steve McQueen