Former Love Island star Indiyah Polack stole the show with her co-host with comedian Babatunde Aleshe for the 26th MOBO Awards ceremony inside the Utility Arena Sheffield last night.
Indiyah started the night looking absolutely stunning on the red carpet with a jaw dropping gown before wowing MOBO viewers with her presenting skills. She stepped out with boyfriend Dami Hope for a night of glitz and glam. The Influencer/ TV personality turned heads on the red carpet as she put on a very busty display in her diamond embellished sheer dress.
MOBO Founder Kanya King CBE said: 'We are proud to champion this year's incredible lineup of nominees for the 26th MOBO Awards, who have all brought stellar music and content to our attention through their remarkable work in music, film, TV, online and more."
There were show stopping performances from the likes of Pioneer award winner Ghetts, and after reuniting two years ago Sugababes also graced the stage with a nostalgic medley of some old school bangers. The Sugababes were presented with their special honour, the MOBO Impact Award.
They collected their award from fellow girlband FLO, Keisha, Siobhan and Muyta who said how grateful they were to be standing on stage twenty years on from first forming a band.
There were also flashy performances from Afrobeat artists Camidoh and King Promise. Cristale, Byron Messia, DJ Spoony and Soul II Soul also made appearances to perform some hit bangers.
Despite missing the show, artist Stormzy was live via video link to receive an award for Video of the Year for "Mel Made Me Do It', which was dedicated to his stylist Melissa Holdbrook-Akposoem.
Central Cee topped the winners at the 2024 MOBO awards, winning Best Male for the second year in a row, and Best Song for Sprinter, his collaborative track with Dave, that dominated the summer months with a 10-week run at No 1. While Potter Payper beat some very stiff competition to win Album of The Year.
Despite being nominated for four awards, Little Simz only managed to scoop up one of them for Best Hip-Hop Act, beating the likes of Giggs, Nines and Album of the Year winner Potter Payper.
The winners for the night are as followed:
All the action was streamed live on the MOBOs YouTube channel but if you missed it then highlights will be broadcast on BBC One at 11.30pm on Friday, February 9, and become available on the BBC iPlayer shortly afterwards.