Dua Lipa has been crowned Best New Artist supported by TOPMAN at the VO5 NME Awards.
The rising pop star is due to release her debut album later this year and has already scored a Top 10 single with ‘Be The One’ and two Top 20 singles with ‘Hotter Than Hell’ and ‘Scared To Be Lonely’. She also featured on Sean Paul’s 2016 track ‘No Lie’.
BBC Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo presented the singer with the award. Dua Lipa said: “Oh man thank you so much. Thank you to everyone that voted for me, my fans. I want to thank my management, my label and all of you for your hard work, my agent and my family and friends and thanks NME so much for this. It means the world to me.