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Muse Scoop Double Honours At MTV Awards

Muse Scoop Double Honours At MTV Awards

[b]Muse[/b] have scooped two top honours at this years [b]MTV Europe Music Awards[/b] tonight (November 1).

The English rock trio have won [b]Best UK and Ireland Act[/b] and [b]Best Headline Act[/b] at the ceremony hosted by Snoop Dogg in Munich, Germany.

Pop star [b]Avril Lavigne[/b] also grabbed two honours at the event, being
named [b]Best Solo Artist[/b] and her hit single 'Girlfriend', was named Most Addictive Track.

[b]Babyshambles[/b] were among the artists who performed at the ceremony - with a more focussed sounding front man in [b]Pete Doherty[/b].

The singer, who recieved a suspended jail sentence on Monday (October 29) for drug and motoring offences told a news reporter outside the awards venue:"It's a whole turnaround in the Babyshambles philosophy," when asked to explain his band's punctuality for rehearsals.

[b]Amy Winehouse[/b], who performed 'Back To Black' at the ceremony as a last minute addition to the bill, took the [b]Artist Choice[/b] award which is voted for by fellow musicians.

The MTV Europe Music Awards also saw live performances from [b]Foo Fighters[/b], [b]My Chemical Romance[/b] and [b]Mika[/b].


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