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McFly win five Smash Hits gongs
McFly show off their prizes at Wembley Arena
Pop act McFly won dominated the Smash Hits Poll Winners' Party at Wembley Arena in London, winning five awards.

The foursome won stars of the year, best UK band, best album and best video, while the group's Danny Jones won most fanciable male.

McFly's debut single, Five Colours In Her Hair, topped the charts in April and follow-up Obviously did the same.

Boy band Busted won three awards, while Kylie Minogue was voted into the magazine's Hall of Fame.

The 36-year-old told the audience: "My first Smash Hits photo shoot was in 1988, which was a long, long time ago."

It was also a triumphant afternoon for singer Rachel Stevens, who took the most fanciable female and best dressed star prizes.

Busted's Thunderbirds won best single and favourite ringtone, while the group's Matt Willis was named "best mop top".

Singer Natasha Bedingfield won best new talent, while US performer Usher won best solo artist and best R&B star.

Best rock act was awarded to The Darkness, while Eminem was named best hip-hop artist by the magazine's readers.

Maroon 5 were best international act and best dance act went to Shapeshifters, who had a number one single with Lola's Theme during the summer.

But it was not all good news for musicians - rocker Marilyn Manson won "flop pop mop" while Will Young was named worst dressed star.

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