There were no run away winners this year although Scissor Sisters, unsurprisingly, won three awards for the international categories.
Franz Ferdinand and Keane bagged a couple each, while Will Young won Best British Single for 'Your Game'. Obviously Muse were given Best Live Act – one day I will actually manage to get into one of their gigs/not sleep through their set, and the balding Gwen Stefani got the International Female Artist award. The chunky Joss Stone caught a couple and McFly were also amongst the dross… I mean winners.
Robbie Williams won Best Song with Angels – bizarre; it’s a good sing-a-long but surely not the best in the last 25 years.
The Full List:
Best song: Robbie Williams
British breakthrough act: Keane
British rock act: Franz Ferdinand
International breakthrough act: Scissor Sisters
British live act: Muse
British single: Will Young – 'Your Game'
Pop act: McFly
International female solo artist: Gwen Stefani
International male solo artist: Eminem
British male solo artist: The Streets
British female solo artist: Joss Stone
British urban act: Joss Stone
International group: Scissor Sisters
British group: Franz Ferdinand
International album: Scissor Sisters
Best British album: Keane – ‘Hopes and Fears’
Outstanding contribution to music: Sir Bob Geldof