Britain's main annual music prizes have been handed out in London at the Brit Awards, the equivalent of the US Grammys.
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran was voted best British male solo artist while Sam Smith, who won four Grammys a few weeks ago, picked up the British global success award.
American country singer Taylor Swift was named international female solo artist.
"I'm very lucky to have the British fans who have changed my life, who have changed my life. I love you. And i'm very lucky to have my first Brit Award. Thank you so much," she said.
During a performance to close the awards, American singer Madonna tumbled down some steps.
The singer landed awkwardly - apparently after a dancer tried to remove a cape she was wearing at the start of her routine.
However, she recovered and returned to the stage to finish her song, 'Living For Love'.
She later released a statement saying she was "fine" and her cape had been "tied too tight".
"Nothing can stop me and love really lifted me up," she wrote on Instagram, referencing the lyrics to her song. "Thanks for your good wishes!"