Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Robbie Williams, Mark Owen and Jason Orange were together for the Q Awards at The Grosvenor House Hotel in London this afternoon. They were honoured with the Hall of Fame award, and are the magazine's December issue cover stars.
Florence Welch won Best Female and Best Track. She posed with Breakthrough Artist winner Plan B, while Innovation in Sound winner Mark Ronson hung out with Best Male Paolo Nutini in the press room. Other winners included The Chemical Brothers, Kasabian, Mumford and Sons, and Bryan Ferry. See pictures of the attendees, including Fearne Cotton, after the jump!
To see the full list of winners plus more pictures, including The National, Madness, Clare MaGuire, and Chase & Status, just
Winners of the Q Awards 2010
Breakthrough Artist — Plan B
Best New Act — Mumford & Sons
Hall of Fame — Take That
Best Track Presented — Florence And The Machine, "You've Got The Love"
Q Classic Songwriter — Neil Finn
Q Inspiration Presented by HMV — Suede
Best Live Act — Green Day
Best Video presented by Nixon — Chase & Status, "End Credits" (ft. Plan B)
Q Next Big Thing — Clare MaGuire
Q Idol — Madness
Q Hero — The Chemical Brothers
Q Best Male — Paolo Nutini
Q Best Female — Florence Welch
Q Innovation in Sound — Mark Ronson
Best Album Presented — The National, High Violet
Best Act In The World Today — Kasabian
Q Icon — Bryan Ferry
Q Classic Album — Band On The Run, Wings
Images include: Take That, Bryan Ferry, Mark Ronson, The National, Kasabian, Paolo Nutini, Madness, Mumford and Sons, The Chemical Brothers, Clare MaGuire, Chase and Status, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Robbie Williams, Mark Owen, Jason Orange, Fearne Cotton, Corrine Bailey Rae, Tinie Tempah, Noel Fielding, Nadine Coyle, Ellie Goulding, Paul McCartney