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In pictures: Mobo Awards

Alesha Dixon

Alesha Dixon, winner of last season's Strictly Come Dancing, arrives at the Mobo Awards at London's Wembley Arena. She was presenting the best UK male prize - which ended up going to Dizzee Rascal.

Estelle and John Legend

One of the big winners on the night was Estelle. She picked up best song for American Boy and best UK female. She's pictured here with soul singer John Legend, who she dueted with at the ceremony.

Mel B

Sporting a rather unusual dress, Mel B hosted the show and did her best to defend Leona Lewis after she was booed for not turning up to collect her awards for best album and best video.

Craig David

Craig David also put in an appearance with a mystery blonde guest. The RnB singer ditched his trademark facial hair a while ago and is set to release a new single and greatest hits album in November.

The Sugababes

Keisha, Amelle and Heidi - aka Sugababes - pose for photographers as they arrive at the ceremony. The girls later changed into black PVC raincoats to perform with singer-producer Taio Cruz.

Danielle Lloyd

Never one to shy away from the limelight, glamour girl Danielle Lloyd wowed onlookers with a shimmery low-cut dress. Her new fiance, DJ Ironik, was nominated for the best UK newcomer award.


However, that prize eventually went to this man - Chipmunk. The north Londoner teenager is regarded as one of the country's best up and coming grime artists.


Estelle proudly shows off one of her two Mobos. Other winners on the night included Chris Brown, who got best international act and best RnB act, and BBC DJs Tim Westwood and Trevor Nelson.


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