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Jessie J Grabs Four MOBO Awards

Other winners include Rihanna, Adele, Tinie Tempah

October 6, 2011 11:00 AM ET
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Jessie J poses during the MOBO Awards in Glasgow, Scotland.
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Jesse J led all winners with four awards at last night's MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards in Glasgow, Scotland. In the show's 16th year, the Best Newcomer also took home hardware for Best Album (Who You Are), Best Song ("Do It Like a Dude") and Best U.K. Act.

Other winners included Rihanna for Best International Act and Adele for Best R&B/Soul Act. Amy Winehouse was honored in a special tribute that featured her goddaughter, Dionne Bromfield, singing "Love Is a Losing Game."

 

2011 MOBO Award Winners
Best U.K. act: Jessie J

Best newcomer: Jessie J

Best hip hop/grime act: Tinie Tempah

Best video: "Spaceship," Tinchy Stryder and Dappy

Best international act: Rihanna

Best song: "Do It Like a Dude," Jessie J

Best album: Who You Are, Jessie J

Best reggae act: Alborosie

Best jazz act: Kairos 4Tet

Best African act: Wizkid

Best gospel act: Triple O

Best R&B/soul act: Adele

Outstanding contribution to music: Boyz II Men

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