After picking up their awards, the winners head up to infamous winners room for a few snaps with that notorious award. Here are a few of the highlights from the crazy night.
Graham Coxon from Blur temporarily joined The Libertines for this snap. Reckon he’s gunning for Pete’s job?
Foals picked up the gong for Best Album supported by HMV.
Rat Boy helping Carl Barat take the weight off his feet. Lovely chaps.
Innovation Award winners Bring Me The Horizon fresh from the stage.
The Libertines looking ultra-cool with their award for Best Music Moment.
Standing tall – it’s Krept and Konan
Slaves, Carl Barat and, er, a baby doll. Weirdest picture of the night? Quite possibly.
Wolf Alice find a new use for one of their awards.
Ricky Wilson of the Kaiser Chiefs teased details of their new album last night. It’s just round the corner, he says…
Slaves picked up the award for Best Music Video.
Yannis from Foals and Ellie from Wolf Alice team up for this fab snap. Snazzy pose, Yannis.
Katy B and TV presenter Laura Whitmore soaking up the playful vibes of the winners room.
Woah – Coldplay and Kylie Minogue provided us with this all-time great snap.
Aww, Rat Boy and Carl Barat sharing the love.
Rat Boy providing a pose for every occasion.
Kylie Minogue presented Coldplay with their Godlike Genius Award on the big night.
The cast of This Is England 90 looked pretty chuffed to pick up the award for Best TV Show.
A Foals and Wolf Alice supergroup? Yes please!
Rat Boy getting explicit – as we expected might happen.
Charlie XCX took inspiration from her second album ‘Sucker’ for this snap with her Best British Solo Artist award supported by Pilot.
Foals and TV chef Gizzi Erskine cooking up a storm in the winners room.
Big winners Foals and Wolf Alice stuck around for quite a few photos.
Graham Coxon even cracked a wee smile for the camera.
Chris from Vampire Weekend came by to present Team Glastonbury’s Michael and Emily Eavis for the Best Festival award.
Our host for the night, Huw Stephens looking rather dapper.
Model Lilah Parsons took a trip up to the winners room to get a few pics in before the night really kicked off.
Bring Me The Horizon and Foals proudly show off their respective awards.
Wolf Alice‘s Joel Amey striking a pose for our photographer Dean Chalkley.
NME columnist Katherine Ryan presented Charli XCX for her award for Best British Solo Artist supported by Pilot on the night.
Coldplay looked pretty pleased to finally collect their Godlike Genius gongs.
Foals get low for this iconic snap.
Yoko Ono received her Inspiration Award on the eve of her 83rd birthday.