In pictures: Jessie J wins four awards at the Mobos
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- Jessie J had tears in her eyes after winning four awards at this year's Mobos. The singer, who was born Jessica Cornish, won best UK act, newcomer, song for Do It Like A Dude and album for Who You Are.
- After the show finished in Glasgow an emotional Jessie J said: "It's just overwhelming, I'm so honoured." The singer also opened the show, wearing a sparkling baseball hat, performing an energetic version of Do It Like A Dude.
- Tinie Tempah won best hip hop/grime act at the event at Glasgow's SECC. He told the audience: "When I came here today I wasn't really expecting anything, so I'm very, very grateful for this award. Thank you so much."
- The night also featured a tribute to Amy Winehouse, led by her god-daughter Dionne Bromfield, who sang Love Is A Losing Game. Amy Winehouse was found dead at her flat in north London on 23 July. She was 27.
- JLS flew to Glasgow in a personal jet to present the outstanding contribution to music award to US group Boyz II Men. Adele picked up the best R&B/soul act Award with the best reggae award going to Alborosie.
- Jessie J did miss out on the fifth category she was nominated in. The best video award went to Tinchy Stryder (above) and Dappy with their track Spaceship. Tinchy said: "I've been here like five times now, about time man."
- Despite being nominated in three categories - best newcomer, UK hip hop/grime act and video - Rizzle Kicks failed to win a Mobo. Coronation Street actresses Brooke Vincent and Sasha Parkinson gave the best song award to Jessie J.
- Professor Green performed at the Mobos. Founder Kanya King said: "The atmosphere of our second year here in Glasgow has shown the love that the whole country has for Mobo." Last year, the event was held in Liverpool.
- Jason Derulo and Alesha Dixon co-hosted the ceremony. Derulo also performed at the event but missed out on best international act to Rihanna. She wasn't in Glasgow as she was performing at London's O2 Arena.
- Stars on the red carpet included Labrinth, Jade Thompson and Katy B (all pictured) plus Myleene Klass, Alexis Jordan and Chipmunk. Glasgow will also host the awards in 2013 and for the 20th anniversary of the event in 2015.