Shawn Mendes wins big at the Radio 1 Teen Awards
Shawn Mendes was the big winner at this year's Radio 1 Teen Awards, taking two of the top prizes.
The singer won best international solo artist and best single for Stitches.
Last year's co-hosts The Vamps won best British group, to add to the three awards they won in 2014.
Tristan from the group said: "We're lucky enough to have won three before and that left Connor out. So now he has one."
Best international group went to 5 Seconds of Summer, while Adele won best British solo artist at the ceremony in Wembley.
Dan and Phil won the first award of the afternoon, picking up best vlogger.
Taylor Swift was voted most most entertaining celeb.
Best TV show went to Gogglebox.
"We beat Game of Thrones. What is that about? It's absolutely incredible," Alex said.
Mum and dad, Carolynne and Andy, stayed at home for the event.
"They would have been a bit overwhelmed. They would have loved it but I don't think they would have fitted into the Teen award mould!"
Pokemon Go won best game, while Suicide Squad walked away with best film.
This year's Radio 1 Teen Heroes were also announced at the ceremony.
Fifteen-year-old Lewis picked up his award for setting up a social platform for poorly and disabled young children.
He was diagnosed with a brain tumour when he was 17 months old and has had 12 brain surgeries since then.
Friends Lucy and Lauren won the first ever Make It Digital Award for a light weight medical kit they created for soldiers to use.
Fifteen-year-old Niamh has a rare illness which has left her paralysed.
But she continues to raise awareness of her condition through her blog, as well as running her own support group.
And Joe and Toby won their award for the volunteering work they do for Cancer Research UK.
Their friend Arran died of a brain tumour and ever since the boys have been raising money for the charity.
Little Mix performed at the ceremony and said they were there to celebrate the great work done by the Teen Heroes.
"It's incredible," Jade said.
"It's amazing to see what young people are doing and how inspirational and brave they can be so it's nice to have an event like that."
The band say they're all quite emotional when it comes to hearing inspiring stories - especially Leigh-Anne.
"She can't even talk without crying," said Perrie.
"We did a game once where we had to say nice things about each other and she started crying her eyes out. It's very sweet though."
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