The Ting Tings cleaned up at last night's UK Festival Awards, picking up gongs for Best Pop Act, Best Newcomer and Anthem of the Summer.
The pop duo saw off reality show winners Will Young and Girls Aloud to take Best Pop Act, before beating Glasvegas and MGMT to the Best Newcomer Award.
The pair, made up of Jules De Martino and Katie White, made it a hat trick of prizes by taking the Anthem of the Summer Award for their number one single 'That's Not My Name'.
Elsewhere in the artist categories, Kings Of Leon were unveiled as the Best Headline Act for their top slot performance at Glastonbury.
Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro took away the Best Rock Act prize following incendiary shows at the likes of Reading, Leeds, Glastonbury, T In The Park and Download.
Other winners on the evening included The Prodigy who were voted the most popular Dance Act of the summer and Dizzee Rascal who was honoured as the Best Urban Act.
The Mighty Boosh won the Festival Feel-Good Act after they headlined their own festival in July and performed at The Big Chill in August.
The artist winners were as follows:
Best Headline Act – Kings Of Leon
Festival Rock Act – Biffy Clyro
Festival Dance Act – The Prodigy
Festival Pop – The Ting Tings
Festival Feel-Good – The Mighty Boosh
Best Urban – Dizzee Rascal
Best Newcomer – The Ting Tings
Anthem Of The Summer – The Ting Tings – 'That's Not My Name'
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