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In pictures: Radio 1 Teen Awards at Wembley Arena
10 October 2011
Last updated at 07:56 BST
Olly Murs, The Wanted and The Inbetweeners were all winners at Radio 1's Teen Awards - check out pictures from the Wembley Arena show.
One Direction arrive at the Radio 1 Teen Awards. The group performed What Makes You Beautiful and Na Na Na for the 9,000-strong crowd.
Fearne Cotton and Tinchy Stryder pose for photographers on the red carpet. The event, which honours celebrities and also Teen Heroes, was held at London's Wembley Arena.
Mollie King from The Saturdays alongside Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw - the pair hosted the awards with Mollie looking dazzling in several different dresses during the show.
The Wembley crowd look like they're having fun as they get covered in brightly coloured confetti.
Reggie Yates seems puzzled by Only Way is Essex stars Sam Faiers and Harry Durbidge. The two reality TV stars presented the award for best single to Ed Sheeran for his song The A Team.
Reggie also showed off a rather unique style of footwear on the red carpet.
The Inbetweeners cast were also at the event and collected the prize for best British TV show.
X Factor star Cher Lloyd performed tracks including Superhero and later tweeted: "Loved the teen awards today!!!! Such an amaaazing crowd!! :D xxx."
Alec Martin, 13, was one of the Teen Hero winners - he's raised thousands for good causes despite suffering from cancer, dyspraxia and Asperger’s syndrome.
Pippa Haines, 17, got her Teen Hero award for looking after her disabled mum and volunteering in the community, while also trying to study for her A-levels. The Teen Heroes were nominated by the public and then a panel of celebs and experts picked the winners from a shortlist.
Charlie Ward, 16 (left), picks up his award from Vernon Kay and Sylvester and Rizzle from Rizzle Kicks. Charlie from Shropshire saved the life of a six-year-old girl who had fallen into a river.
Essex boy Olly Murs accepts his award for best British album from Fearne and Tinchy. The 2009 X Factor runner-up has had lots of success since he left the show, including two number one singles with Please Don't Let Me Go and Heart Skips a Beat.
Rupert Grint looks pleased with his award for best British actor. Other winners included The Wanted, who won best British music act and diver Tom Daley, who got the prize for best sports star.
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