Take That stars rule the GQ awards
Wed, 05 Sep 2012 1:55p.m.
Take That stars Gary Barlow and Robbie Williams were the toast of the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London on Tuesday night - both won top honours at the prizegiving.
Williams, who attended the ceremony with his heavily-pregnant wife Ayda Field, landed the Icon Award, while his bandmate was given the Outstanding Achievement trophy.
Homeland star Damian Lewis walked away with the TV Personality prize, Michael Fassbender was named Actor of the Year and Sacha Baron Cohen bagged the Best Comedian honour.
Film producer Harvey Weinstein was on hand to present the Editor’s Special award to James Corden, and Chris Hemsworth was awarded the International Breakthrough accolade by fellow Australian Kylie Minogue.
Other winners at the bash included Sir Tom Jones, who landed the Legend Award, rapper Tinie Tempah (Solo Artist), Mad Men star John Slattery (International Man), and Lana Del Rey (Woman of the Year).
And actress Olivia Munn presented Aaron Sorkin, the creator of her hit new show The Newsroom, with the Writer of the Year prize.
Comedians Jimmy Carr and David Walliams hosted the event.
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