See all the star-studded snaps from this year's NME Awards...
The NME Awards 2014 saw a whole host of bands, rockers and other A-listers put on their glad rags and turn out for the prestigious music awards last night.
From Lily Allen breaking her NME Award almost as soon as she received it, to Debbie Harry giving the finger to the press, it certainly looks like one of the most eventful award nights of the year.
Make sure you don’t miss a moment of it and see all the celebrity snaps (from Laura Whitmore to Sir Paul McCartney) here…
Laura Whitmore stepped out for the NME Awards in a daring knit look from the Mark Fast Spring 2014 collection.
Sir Paul McCartney celebrated winning NME’s Songwriters’ Songwriter Award by showing off his dancing skills on the red carpet.
Sisters Danielle, Este and Alana Haim did casual red carpet style like pros in Acne at the NME Awards.
This Is England star Vicky McClure looked stunning on a blue sweater and trouser combo at last night’s NME Awards. We’re loving her red lips too.
Daisy Lowe stepped out for the NME Awards in a chic black pant suit, complete with killer heels. Who said black is boring?
Never one to shy away from the cameras, Blondie’s Debbie Harry made sure the photographers knew exactly what she was thinking at the NME Awards.
No sooner had Lily Allen won the NME Award for Best Solo Artist than it got broken. Oh dear.
Twin sister singers Elektra and Miranda Kilbey turned out for the NME Awards looking uber glam.
Indie pop band Swim Deep showed they can pose for the cameras with the best of them at the NME Awards.
Abbey Clancy gave her black maxi dress a rockier look with a on-trend biker jacket. We. Love.
Hollywood heartthrob Luke Evans showed he knows a thing or two about red carpet style at the NME Awards in an on-trend monochrome jacket.
Diana Vickers rarely gets it wrong as she proved once again when she rocked an embroidered shirt and trouser combo to the NME Awards.
The original Sugababes Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy showed they’re back on the music scene at the NME Awards.
Mary McCartney and James McCartney turned out to support their dad at the NME Awards along with pal Simon Aboud.
Lilah Parsons did full-on metallics for this year’s NME Awards, teaming her dress with a classic biker jacket and must-have fringe hairstyle.
Last year’s Godlike Genius Award winner Johnny Marr stepped out to support his fellow musicians at the 2014 NME Awards.
Two Door Cinema Club’s Kevin Baird and Alex Trimble left their other two band mates at home and partied the night away at the NME Awards.
Jerry Hall made sure all eyes were on her at the NME Awards last night in an all-white dress and coat combo.
This year’s winners of NME’s Godlike Genius Award Clem Burke, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein rocked the red carpet last night. All hail Blondie.
Alt-J’s Joe Newman, Thom Green and Gus Unger-Hamilton turned out for this year’s NME Awards (minus band member Gwil Sainsbury) to party the night away with the other big names in music.
Girl band of the moment Haim won the NME Award for Best International Band and saw sisters Danielle, Este and Alana celebrate in style.
Fat White Family were the lucky winners of the NME Philip Hall Radar Award, which is picked by NME’s editors and is named in honour of the late manager of The Stone Roses and Manic Street Preachers.
British singer-songwriter Delilah added a pop of colour to her NME Award outfit with an orange pencil skirt. We’re loving the embroidered bomber jacket as well.
Supergrass’ Danny Goffey stepped out with singer-songwriter wife Pearl Lowe to see the big winners at this year’s NME Awards.
Damon Albarn cosies up on the red carpet after winning the NME Award For Innovation at last night’s ceremony.
Carl Barat showed that the Jack Sparrow look still has a lot of mileage in it at last night’s NME Awards.
Chloe Howl looked incredibly striking at the NME Awards thanks to the contrast between her black maxi dress and her pale skin and fiery hair.
MTV’s Bluey Robinson smoldered at the cameras as he arrived at last night’s NME Awards.
British electronic music group Metronomy showed the value of matching outfits at last night’s NME Awards.