The celebs were out on the red carpet for the 2010 Music of Black Origin (MOBO) awards. Hayley was there too and she caught up with JLS!
The band scooped two awards on the night - for having the best album and being the best UK act.
Liverpool's Echo Arena played host to the annual event this year. Among the guests was X Factor reject Gamu Nhengu, who said she's over the pain of being booted off the show.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Alesha Dixon and Radio 1 DJ Reggie Yates took time out from their day jobs to host the awards ceremony.
Tinie Tempah had a great night winning two awards, one for best newcomer and one for best video - for his number two hit Frisky.
Hayley grabbed a chat with a smartly dressed Dappy from N-Dubz on the red carpet, while his bandmate Tulisa waved to fans.
N-Dubz were also among the winners, bagging the prize for best song for their single Playing With Fire, featuring Mr Hudson.
It's Tinchy and Tinie! Tinchy Stryder and Tinie Tempah teamed up to perform for some adoring fans.
Professor Green, who won best UK hip hop/grime act, was also among the star performers on the night.
Mark Ronson stopped for a chat with Hayley as he headed down the red carpet. Watch Hayley's report from the event to see who else she caught up with...