LOVE Island's Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville joined Celebrity Big Brother's Ashley James to rub shoulders with music stars at the NME Awards tonight.
The reality stars showed up for annual music industry prizegiving along with famous faces including Liam Gallagher and Craig David.
Gabby and Marcel looked loved-up as they spent their Valentine's Day posing on the red carpet at the event, which was held at the O2 Academy Brixton in London.
They were not the only reality regulars to swap the small screen for the music awards as they were joined CBB's Ashley, who looked glam in a red suit.
The TV stars were mixing with the cream of the music industry as famous faces flocked to the gathering to pick up their gongs.
Former Oasis frontman Liam already had his Godlike Genius trophy and he proudly displayed it as he posed for snaps outside.
He was joined by pop star Craig David, and Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson, who wore a quirky black cape and long skirt.
Professor Green was there with girlfriend Fae Williams while James Bay flew solo.
Other stars at the bash included Coronation Street's Lucy Fallon, who looked stunning in a pink suit, Neelam Gill, who wowed in a white mini-dress, and Lilah Parsons, who turned heads in a plunging black dress.
Ella Eyre wore a long T-shirt dress and the stars of Haim - Este, Danielle and Alana, also chose quirky costumes for the red carpet.
Former The Voice judge Ricky Wilson was there, but he appeared to have lost the rest of his band, The Kaiser Chiefs, as she stepped out on his own.
Roman Kemp went for a casual look in a denim jacket and trainers while Stefflon Don went all out in a short black dress and lace-up thigh-high boots.
Also on the roll-call of cool were Sergio Pizzorno and Tom Meighan from Kasabian, Muse, The Blossoms, Alt-J, Big Narstie, and Pale Waves.
There were big wins during the night for J Hus, who won Best Album for Common Sense, and Charli XCX, who claimed Best Track for Boys.
Kasabian were named Best Live Act and Muse got the Best Festival Headliner.
Lorde was named Best International Solo Artist, Haim got Best International Band and Craig David won Best Collaboration for I Know You - his track with Bastille.
NME Awards 2018
The full list of winners
Best British Band
Best British Solo Artist
Best New Artist
Best Live Artist
Charli XCX – Boys
Best International Band
Avelino – No Bulls***
J Hus – Common Sense
Craig David & Bastille – I Know You
Best Music Video
The Big Moon – Sucker
Under The Radar Award
Best Festival Headliner
Best International Solo Artist
NME Innovation Award
Boy Better Know
Wiley – Eskiboy
Best TV Show
Stranger Things 2
Best Small Festival
Festival Number 6
Music Moment of the Year
One Love Manchester
Best Music Film
Gaga: Five Foot Two
Hero of the Year
Villain of the Year
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