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In pictures: Smash Hits awards


McFly were the big winners at the Smash Hits and T4 awards on Sunday after they scooped six trophies including best UK band, best single and album.

Lee Ryan

The event at London's Wembley Arena Pavilion also saw Former Blue singer Lee Ryan win the trophy for best solo artist.

Rachel Stevens

Among the performers was Rachel Stevens who won the accolade of most fanciable female while McFly's Danny Jones was named most snoggable male.

Pussycat Dolls

US group Pussycat Dolls beat off competition from Sugababes and Girls Aloud to win best video for Don't Cha.


Best video nominees Sugababes were among the stars at the event hoping for a win.


Akon was another happy winner as he walked away with the trophy for best R'n'B act.

Girls Aloud

Girls Aloud ended up without a win at the show but had group member Kimberley Walsh's birthday to celebrate instead.

Cheryl Tweedy and  Ashley Cole

Cheryl Tweedy and Ashley Cole were also celebrating after winning the award for hottest celebrity couple.

X Factor contestants Chico (left) and Shayne  Ward

X Factor contestants Chico (left) and Shayne Ward were among the guest presenters at this year's annual Smash Hits awards.

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