Florence Welch, Ronnie Wood, Blur, Biffy Clyro, The Killers lead NME Awards guestlist

Liam Gallagher, Frank Ocean and 'The Wire''s Idris Elba also turn out to party after the bash

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Florence And The Machine's Florence Welch led a cast of music icons past and present at last night's NME Awards at London's Troxy – and you can view the full list below.

Welch turned up to pick up two gongs – one for Best Solo Artist and another for Best Dancefloor Anthem for 'Sweet Nothing', her track with Calvin Harris.

Also in attendance was Ronnie Wood – who was on hand to pick up two awards on behalf of The Rolling Stones for Best Live Band and Best Music Film – along with Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie, Blur's Graham Coxon and Alex James, The Killers' Brandon Flowers, Arctic Monkeys' Matt Helders and our newly-crowned Godlike Genius, Johnny Marr.

After the awards, Liam Gallagher and The Wire's Idris Elba turned out to one of several after-parties at London's The Ivy where Frank Ocean was spotted chatting to Sherlock's Louise Brealey. Gallagher was in a prickly mood with some attendees – stealing Elba's beanie hat and starting a fight with someone in the toilets after making fun of their jacket.

Meanwhile, over at London's Wyld at W London - Leicester Square, a host of NME stars rubbed shoulders including The Vaccines, Miles Kane, AlunaGeorge's Aluna Francis, Peace, Swim Deep, King Krule, Spector, Wolf Alice, Klaxons' Jamie Reynolds and Palma Violets, who scored Best New Band at the ceremony. The band's Chilli Jesson was spotted throwing some moves on the dancefloor to Fleetwood Mac. Later on in the evening The Cribs showed up, having been at The Ivy previously, accompanied by Ryan Jarman's girlfriend and Exclmation Pony bandmate Jen Turner.

The NME Awards 2013 guestlist included

Jake Bugg
Johnny Marr
Matt Helders (Arctic Monkeys)
Graham Coxon and Alex James (Blur)
Child Of Lov
The Cribs
Florence Welch
Jack Whitehall and the cast of Fresh Meat
The Killers
Palma Violets
Melvin Benn of Reading & Leeds
Ronnie Wood (Rolling Stones)
Carl Barat
Crystal Castles
Primal Scream
The Vaccines
Miles Kanes
Katy B
The Horrors
Django Django
Crystal Castles
Deap Vally
Enter Shikari
Peter Hook
Jake Bugg
Hollie Cook
Caroline Flack
Vicky McClure
Charli XCX
Idris Elba
Chris Ramsey
Sky Ferreira
Huw Stephens
Jen Long
Aluna Francis (Alunageorge)
Jamie Reynolds (Klaxons)
Brett Anderson (Suede)
Tim Burgess (The Charlatans)
Paul Weller
Blood Red Shoes
Cast of )Utopia
Rich Fulcher (The Mighty Boosh)

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