Stormzy handed best solo artist prize at GQ Awards by Jeremy Corbyn
Stormzy was handed the best solo artist prize at the GQ Men of the Year awards by Jeremy Corbyn.
The star was part of the #Grime4Corbyn campaign before the general election this year which saw major grime artists publicly backing the Labour leader.
Stormzy seemed to enjoy himself at the ceremony and said he'd even managed to get a selfie with Ronan Keating.
He tweeted: "At these events I just run up to everyone and beg it man just met ronan keaton are you mad."
While accepting his award, Stormzy also criticised Prime Minister Theresa May.
"I'm so happy to be here, blessed in a room full of talent, we got so much black excellence in this room as well Tinie Tempah my brother, Anthony Joshua, Skepta... so incredible to be here with everyone.
"Big up Jeremy Corbyn. I do want to use this to say Theresa May is a paigon and you know what we're doing right now, yeah, trust me. Yeah, it's awkward innit when I say that."
Pele was given the inspiration award by England manager Gareth Southgate.
This year's ceremony took place at London's Tate Modern, where Star Wars actor Mark Hamill was presented with the icon prize by Simon Pegg.
"I say that despite the fact he has a much bigger part in The Force Awakens than I do, but don't worry, in The Last Jedi I promise you, my part will be twice as big," he said on stage.
"I know what you want to ask. Do you have any advice on how we too can be icons?
"It's really rather simple, step one, blow up a Death Star. You will gain the good will and deep gratitude of untold millions and it will last a lifetime.
"Once you've established yourself as an icon of virtue and heroism like Luke, go for the Joker, an icon of villainy and depravity."
Sir Geoff Hurst, who scored a hat-trick in the 1966 World Cup final, was handed the legend prize.
Zayn Malik was named most stylish man, but his gong was collected on his behalf by model Selah Marley.
Adwoa Aboah, the model he starred opposite in a fashion campaign for Versus, was named woman of the year.
The editor's special award was handed out to 80s Netflix drama Stranger Things.
Suicide Squad star Jared Leto was named actor of the year.
"Thank you for reminding me dreams do exist," he told the audience.
"Yes, you can in fact be named GQ's worst dressed man of 2013, look it up, and with some hard work, an Oscar and a Gucci deal, end up right here on stage with the best of them."
The singer and actor says he's been "educated by that pinnacle of British art and culture, the legendary Benny Hill. He taught me what boobs are".
Happy Valley's James Norton was crowned breakthrough actor, while the stars of The Grand Tour - Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond - were the TV personalities award winners.
Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher was named rock 'n' roll star and Kurupt FM were named best garage act.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan was given the politician of the year gong by Tinie Tempah, while boxer Anthony Joshua was handed the sportsman gong by Idris Elba.
Other stars handing out prizes at the ceremony included Rita Ora, Gordon Ramsay, Jaden Smith and David Walliams.
The winners in full are...
Solo artist - Stormzy
Editor's special award - Stranger Things
Creative maverick - Sergei Polunin
Special achievement - Antonio Conte
Breakthrough designer - Grace Wales Bonner
Garage Act - Kurupt FM
Designer - Christopher Bailey
Band - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Breakthrough actor - James Norton
Most stylish man - Zayn Malik
Legend - Sir Geoff Hurst
Woman of the year - Adwoa Aboah
TV Personalities - The Grand Tour
Maddox Gallery artist - Wolfgang Tillmans
Comedians - Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon
Rock 'n Roll star - Liam Gallagher
Sportsman - Anthony Joshua
Politician - Sadiq Khan
Actor - Jared Leto
Inspiration - Pele
Icon - Mark Hamill