Tinie Tempah is the toast of the British music industry after walking away with two prestigious Brit Awards.
The 22-year-old rapper was awarded Best Single for Pass Out, as well as the prize for British Breakthrough Act at the ceremony in London on Tuesday night.
Speaking backstage he revealed a big party was planned to celebrate: "I'm going to get really messed up and everyone here is invited."
Mark Owen thanked Take That bandmate Robbie Williams for rejoining the band, as the fivesome were crowned Best British Group for the first time.
Backstage, Gary Barlow said: "It's incredible. Obviously there has been a big change for us in band members and to win best band was amazing."
Justin Bieber was named Best International Breakthrough Act. Rihanna collected Best International Female, while the Male prize went to Cee Lo Green. Arcade Fire picked up Best International Album for The Suburbs, as well as International Group.
Plan B was named Best British Male and Best Female went to Laura Marling. Mumford and Sons were awarded Best British Album of the Year.
Jessie J finally collected her Critics Choice award and revealed she has now got her sights set on a Grammy.