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Stormzy had a good night at the MTV European Music Awards on Sunday 12 November - he won the award for best worldwide act for United Kingdom and Ireland and performed to thousands of fans at the ceremony in London.
Sheeran was among a number of British winners on the night as he capped a whirlwind 12 months - which has seen him release his acclaimed third album, Divide, and headline Glastonbury - with a win the best live category.
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Other winners at the event, which celebrates the global music scene, included Coldplay (for best rock act), Dua Lipa (for best new act) and Zayn (for best look).
The star-studded ceremony at the SSE Wembley Arena saw performances from grime star Stormzy, pop group Clean Bandit and former One Direction member Liam Payne.
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Notable performances included local London grime star Stormzy, who took to the stage poking out of the sunroof of a police vehicle, and Travis Scott, who entered standing atop what looked like a floating hawk.
Other winners included Camila Cabello, who took the "Best Pop", and rapper Kendrick Lamar won "Best Video" for "Humble".
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