Adele was the big winner at last night's BBC Music Awards - for material released in 2015.
The awards opened with a spectacular performance from The 1975, performing a lavish version of 'The Sound'.
Adele was the big winner on the night, picking up 'Song Of The Year' for 'Hello' before snatching Album Of The Year for '25'.
The only catch? Both were released in 2015.
Adele spoke from Los Angeles: "I'm so sorry I'm not there. It's been a long year on the road and this makes me feel a little less homesick."
Robbie Williams accepted the best album prize on Adele's behalf, saying: "It's an honour to accept this award on your behalf. It's an amazing album, and you're an incredibly deserving winner. You're also an amazing mum. The hardest working mum in showbusiness. Congratulations Adele."
The full winners are as follows:
Artist Of The Year: Adele
Album Of The Year: Adele - 25
Song Of The Year: Adele - 'Hello'
Radio 1 Live Lounge Performance Of The Year: The 1975 - 'What Makes You Beautiful'
BBC Introducing Award: Izzy Bizu