One Direction were the big winners at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards in London today (03.11.13).
The boy band, which includes members Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik, were crowned Best British Group and their hit 'Best Song Ever' was named Best British Single at the star-studded ceremony in London's Wembley Arena.
Their fellow 'X Factor' alumni Union J won the Friday Download Best British Breakthrough Award.
Other big winners included Olly Murs, who won Best British Solo Artist, and Scottish tennis star Andy Murray, who was named Best British Sports Star.
Meanwhile, 'Doctor Who,' which will celebrate its 50th anniversary later this month, picked up the gong for Best British TV Show.
Hosted by Radio 1 Breakfast Show presenter Nick Grimshaw and popstar Rita Ora, the event also celebrated the achievements of three very special Teen Heroes, each chosen for their incredible bravery and strength.
Nick said: "This year's Radio 1 Teen Awards was amazing. The live music was brilliant, there were some very deserving winners and being able to celebrate the incredible Teen Heroes was an honour, and all in front of a very appreciative audience. It really was Radio 1 at its best. "
Tinie Tempah, Fall Out Boy, Rizzle Kicks, Jessie J and James Arthur all performed live at the event and the awards were presented by special guests including Taylor Swift and Little Mix.
Highlights of the event can be seen on BBC Three at 7.00pm on Monday (04.11.13) and performance highlights can be watched at bbc.co.uk/radio1 and catch up on CBBC iPlayer.