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LMFAO big winners at Billboard

ADELE and LMFAO were the big winners at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday, with the British soul sensation winning 12 trophies, including Top Artist and Top Female Artist.

Adele's Rolling in the Deep hit and her smash-hit album 21 earned her four big prizes, including Top Alternative Song, Top Billboard 200 Album and Top Pop Album.

And she also picked up trophies for Top Hot 100 (singles) Artist and Billboard 200 (album) Artist.

LMFAO were the big winners at the ceremony, which Adele did not attend, claiming six awards - five for their 2011 smash-hit Party Rock Anthem and one for Top Duo or Group.

Other multiple winners included Coldplay who took home four awards, including Top Rock Album and Top Alternative Album for Mylo Xyloto.

>> Read the rest of the article at the Brisbane Times website.

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