La Roux and Skream win Shockwaves NME Awards Best Dancefloor Filler La Roux Tickets

'In For The Kill' voted winner in category

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La Roux and remixer Skream have won the Best Dancefloor Filler award at the Shockwaves NME Awards tonight (February 24) for Skream's remix of 'In For The Kill'.

Singer Elly Jackson picked up the prize from guest presenter Bernard Sumner, formerly of Joy Division and New Order (currently in Bad Lieutenant), at London's O2 Brixton Academy.

The other nominees in the category were: Dizzee Rascal and Armand Van Helden ('Bonkers'), Florence And The Machine ('You've Got The Love'), Lady Gaga ('Poker Face') and Yeah Yeah Yeahs ('Zero').

NME.COM and NME Radio are coming live from the Shockwaves NME Awards. Keep checking NME.COM/awards for news reports, photo galleries, video interviews, backstage blogs and more.

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Photo gallery – the history of the NME Awards.

Get the special Shockwaves NME Awards issue of NME, out now, featuring a free Domino records CD, then next week's NME (out March 3) for the ultimate Awards review.

NME.COM and NME Radio are coming live from the Shockwaves NME Awards. Keep checking NME.COM/awards for news reports, photo galleries, video interviews, backstage blogs and more.

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Follow the action on Twitter.com, at Twitter.com/nmemagazine.

Photo gallery – the history of the NME Awards.

Get the special Shockwaves NME Awards issue of NME, out now, featuring a free Domino records CD, then next week's NME (out March 3) for the ultimate Awards review.

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