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Emeli Sande was the name on everyone’s lips at the Mobos last night after bagging three awards.

The songbird won Best Female Act, Best Album and Best R&B/Soul Act. She also kicked off the show with a mind blowing performance of ‘My Kind Of Love’ from her debut album ‘Our Version of Events’, which is currently the UK’s best selling album of 2012.

Rapper turned-actor Plan B was the big winner in the Best Male Act and Best Hip Hop/Grime Act categories.

This year’s recognition for Outstanding Contribution to Music went to TLC’s T-Boz and Chilli, who flew in from the US and arrived at the event with new best friends Stooshe.

Showing them how it’s done: from far right Dionne Warwick, Rita Ora and Rebecca Ferguson

Dionne Warwick was presented with the Mobo Lifetime Achievement Award, whilst Rita Ora picked up Best Newcomer.

Holding her accolade, Rita said:”I’m absolutely thrilled. I’ve been involved with the Mobos since I was 15, it’s great to be back,” said Rita Ora.

Other winners also include JLS for Best Video for ‘Do You Feel What I Feel’, and Nicki Minaj for Best International Act.

Favourite with the ladies: Trey Songz, JLS star Aston and Angel

Former T4 presenter Miquita Oliver and actor Adam Deacon hosted the evening which included performances from RnB sensation Trey Songz, Misha B, Conor Maynard, JLS, and Labrinth.

All smiles: Jorgie Porter, host Adam Decaon and Misha B

Here’s the full list of winners:

Best Female Act: Emeli Sandé

Best Male Act Plan B

Best Newcomer Rita Ora

Best R&B/Soul Act Emeli Sandé

Best Hip-Hop/Grime Act Plan B

Best Video: JLS – ‘Do You Feel What I Feel’

Best Song: Labrinth ft Tinie Tempah: Earthquake

Best Album: Emeli Sandé – ‘Our Version of Events’

Best International Act: Nicki Minaj

Best Reggae Act: Sean Paul

Best Jazz Act: Zoe Rahman

Best African Act: D’Banj

Best Gospel Act: Rachel Kerr

Outstanding Contribution To Music: TLC

Lifetime Achievement Award: Dionne Warwick

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