Stars have turned for a red carpet night at the Brit awards, held at the O2 Arena in London.
The awards saw names including Dua Lipa, Little Mix and George Ezra honoured with gongs for their work.
Pink was awarded for an "outstanding contribution to music".
The award for Best British Video went to Little Mix ft Nicki Minaj for Woman Like Me.
Jesy Nelson said: "Thank you so much, for our incredible fans, we would not be on this stage without you guys.
"You are our babies, we love you, and this one is for you guys."
The British breakthrough act award went to Tom Walker. Taking to the stage he thanked his grandmother for her support. Despite not releasing an album, the Scotland-born Manchester-raised vocalist scooped an award for his track Leave A Light On.
He said to get the award is "an absolute honour and a privilege," adding: "To everybody up in Scotland, to my gran who is watching somewhere on telly: yes, gran, here we are."
George Ezra took the prize for best British male solo artist. He was presented the award by Paloma Faith and Daniel Sturridge.
Ezra said: "This is an incredible honour and I thank you very, very much. There's not a day goes by where I don't consider myself very lucky."
Jorja Smith was named best British female solo artist, continuing a rapid rise in the music industry off the back off her first album, Lost And Found.
The British group award went to Manchester pop rock four-piece The 1975, who reached number one with their album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.
Full list of winners
- British male solo artist – George Ezra
- British female solo artist – Jorja Smith
- British single – Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa – One Kiss
- British group – The 1975
- British breakthrough act – Tom Walker
- British album of the year – The 1975 – A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships
- British artist video of the year – Little Mix ft Nicki Minaj – Woman Like Me
- International male solo artist – Drake
- International female solo artist – Ariana Grande
- International group – The Carters
- British producer of the year – Calvin Harris
- Critics’ Choice – Sam Fender
- Global success – Ed Sheeran
- Outstanding contribution to music – Pink