Watch the 2012 NME Awards on Channel 4 at 9.25am and 11.55pm on Saturday March 3

Check out performances by Pulp, Noel Gallagher, The Vaccines, The Horrors, Kasabian and more

Video: NME Awards 2012 - Trailer

Tune in to Channel 4 tomorrow (March 3) to watch the 2012 NME Awards.

Half an hour of highlights will be shown on T4 at 9.25am (GMT) while the ceremony will be shown in full on Saturday night (March 3) at 11.55pm (GMT).

Watch the show to see Pulp perform their hits 'Babies' and 'Mis-Shapes' while Kasabian treat everyone to 'Switchblade Smiles' and 'Days Are Forgotten'. Then check out Noel Gallagher play his seven-song set as he celebrates being crowned Godlike Genius, closing the show with an Oasis double header of 'Half The World Away' and 'Don't Look Back In Anger'.

Elsewhere Florence And The Machine take to the stage to perform a stripped down version of their hit 'Shake It Out', with singer Florence Welch returning to sing alongside future touring partners The Horrors on their 2011 single 'Still Life'.

You'll also see The Vaccines, who claimed the prize for Best New Band, blast through their live favourites 'If You Wanna' and 'Wreckin' Bar (Ra Ra Ra)' while The Maccabees precede Noel Gallagher's appearance with a rendition of their recent single 'Pelican'.

The winners of the 2012 NME Awards are as follows:

Best British Band (supported by Sonos)
Winner: Kasabian

Best International Band (supported by T4)
Winner: Foo Fighters

Best Solo Artist (supported by Rekorderlig)
Winner: Florence + The Machine

Best New Band (supported by Boxfresh)
Winner: The Vaccines

Best Live Band (supported by Carling)
Winner: Arctic Monkeys

Best Album (supported by HMV)
Winner: The Horrors - 'Skying'

Best Track (supported by Fender)
Winner: Florence + The Machine - 'Shake It Out'

Dancefloor Anthem (supported by NME Radio)
Winner: Katy B - 'Broken Record'

Best Video (supported by NMEVideo.com)
Winner: Hurts - 'Sunday'

Best TV Show
Winner: 'Fresh Meat'

Best Festival
Winner: Glastonbury

Best Film
Winner: 'Submarine'

Best Music Film
Winner: 'Back And Forth' - Foo Fighters

Greatest Music Moment Of The Year
Winner: The Stone Roses reunite

Best Reissue
Winner: The Smiths - 'Complete Reissues'

Best Book
Winner: Noel Fielding - 'The Scribblings Of A Madcap Shambleton'

Hero Of The Year
Winner: Matt Bellamy

Villain Of The Year
Winner: Justin Bieber

Worst Album
Winner: Justin Bieber - 'Under The Mistletoe'

Worst Band
Winner: One Direction

Best Album Artwork
Winner: Friendly Fires - 'Pala'

Best Band Blog Or Twitter
Winner: @LadyGaga

Best Small Festival
Winner: RockNess

Most Dedicated Fans
Winner: Muse

Hottest Male
Winner: Jared Leto, 30 Seconds To Mars

Hottest Female
Winner: Hayley Williams, Paramore














To read all about the awards and all the shenanigans from the night, pick up next week's issue of NME, which is on UK newsstands next Wednesday (March 7) or available digitally.

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