One Direction star Louis Tomlinson added yet another award to his trophy cabinet as his band picked up the Best British Video of the Year.
The band overcame competition from none other than ex-member Zayn Malik, who is from Bradford, in the category.
The 25-year-old from Doncaster wasn't there to pick up the gong - the duties left to bandmate Liam Payne.
Meanwhile Hull's Calum Scott missed out on the award for Best British Single with his hit 'Dancing on My Own'. Malik also missed out in the category, with Little Mix taking the prize for their song 'Shout Out to My Ex'.
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