Adele Scores Two Q Awards

October 24th, 2011 11:35am EDT

Adele Singer Adele celebrated a double delight on Monday when she won two top honors at Q magazine's music awards ceremony.

The soul star was named Best Female Artist and also scooped the Best Song of the year award for her track Rolling in the Deep.

Rapper Tinie Tempah won the Best Male Artist prize, Coldplay took home the best act in the world today honor, and Bon Iver won Best Album for his self-titled disc.

Price Tag hitmaker Jessie J won Best Video for her Do It Like a Dude promo, Biffy Clyro landed the Best Live Act honor, and U2 were named the best band of the last 25 years.

Noel Gallagher - whose debut solo album topped the British chart on Sunday - crowned a memorable weekend when he collected the Q Icon award, telling the audience, "I've had a lot of awards over the years but this is the most recent."

Take That star Gary Barlow received the Classic Songwriter award at the ceremony in London, Queen were entered into Q's Hall Of Fame, and '80s star Siouxsie Sioux was honored for her outstanding contribution to music.

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