David Cameron is Shockwaves NME Awards Villain Of The Year

Prime Minister gets a kicking from NME readers and NME.COM users

David Cameron is Shockwaves NME Awards Villain Of The Year

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UK Prime Minister David Cameron has been named Villain Of The Year at the Shockwaves NME Awards 2011 tonight (February 23).

NME readers and NME.COM users voted for him to get the dubious honour ahead of nominees Axl Rose, Simon Cowell, Justin Bieber and his Deputy PM Nick Clegg.

Past recipients include George W Bush and, in 2010, Kanye West.


NME.COM is coming live from the Shockwaves NME Awards 2011 ceremony at London's O2 Academy Brixton tonight. Keep checking NME.COM/awards for news, photo galleries, blogs, video interviews and more.

Tune into NME Radio and NME TV for further coverage throughout the week.

Get next week's issue of NME for the ultimate report on the evening's events. It's on UK newsstands or available digitally from next Wednesday (March 2).

Watch the ceremony on Channel 4 on Saturday night (26) at 11.20pm (GMT). Earlier in the day, at 11.25am on the same channel, T4 will broadcast their coverage of the ceremony.

Buy music by tonight's award winners at Amazon.co.uk.

The NME Awards Big Gig takes place on Friday (25). Godlike Genius Dave Grohl's band Foo Fighters headline, with Cee Lo Green, Band Of Horses and No Age also on the bill.


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