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Pictures: Winners at BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards 2017

Did you miss Radio 1's Teen Awards on Sunday? Don't worry! Find out who won the top prizes right here.
BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards is always a great event and this year's did not disappoint with some of our favourites performing and winning awards. The first win of the night went to Dua Lipa, who won best single for her song New Rules. Dua thanked all the fans who voted for her.
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Ed Sheeran won Best British Solo Artist. He couldn't pick up his award because he's still recovering after coming off his bike but he sent a video thanking his fans and apologising for not being there.
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The Little Mix girls were named Best British Group. They accepted their award from back stage on their Glory Days Tour.
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Have you ever wondered who the most entertaining celebrity was? Well wonder no more! Stormzy has won that award, he said: "I don't know how I managed to pull off being most entertaining celebrity... I thought I was quite boring, but I guess you guys think differently."
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After her emotional One Love Manchester concert, Ariana Grande was definitely the the first choice for Best International Solo Artist this year. Here's of photo of her performing at the Teen Awards back in 2014.
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The Chainsmokers won best International group, DJ duo Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall dominated this year with their pop-EDM crossover tracks.
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Olympic champion, and all round legend, Sir Mo Farah won the award for Best British Sports Star.
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Comedy duo and YouTube stars Rose and Rosie won the Best British Vloggers award.
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It wouldn't be the Teen Awards without the teen heroes, who's inspiring stories and achievements were celebrated. (From left to right) Brother and sister Holly and Ollie look after their mum who has mental health issues, Charlotte raises awareness for what life is like for kids in care and Harrison inspires other children to tackle obesity and anxiety.
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