Taylor Swift, Coldplay, Dave Grohl, David Bowie Win at NME Awards

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5 Second of Summer again won the dubious honor of worst band, while Donald Trump scooped villain of the year.

Taylor Swift, Coldplay, Dave Grohl, Wolf Alice and The Libertines were among the big winners at the 2016 NME Awards, held Wednesday night at the O2 Academy in Brixton, south London. 

Swift won for best international solo artist just days after collecting album of the year honors at the Grammy Awards, while Foo Fighter leader Dave Grohl was named NME's "hero of the year."  

The Maccabees were named best British band and Run The Jewels were tapped as best international band. Charli XCX beat out stiff opposition (including Adele) to earn the best British solo artist nod, while homegrown act Wolf Alice recevied best live band and best track honors for "Giant Peach."

The Libertines' secret Glastonbury set was declared the "music moment of the year" and the indie rock group also won for best fan community. 

There was a posthumous award for David Bowie, whose Five Years was named best reissue. The late great singer-songwriter was raised in Brixton, and the now-globally famous mural of the artist adorns a wall no more than 300 meters from the awards venue.

5 Second of Summer again won the dubious honor of worst band, while Donald Trump was tapped as villain of the year. 

Coldplay received the "Godlike Genius" award from Kylie Minogue before wrapping the night up with a five-song set which included "Viva La Vida" and the classic "Yellow."

The annual awards are voted on by readers of the NME music-news title.

See all the winners below.

Best British Band — The Maccabees
Best International Band — Run The Jewels
Best New Artist — Rat Boy
Best British Solo Artist — Charli XCX
Best International Solo Artist — Taylor Swift
Best Live Band — Wolf Alice
Best Album — Foals, What Went Down
Best Track — Wolf Alice, "Giant Peach"
Best TV Show — This is England '90
Best Film — Beasts of No Nation
Best Music Film — Blur: New World Towers
Best Music Video — Slaves, "Cheer Up London" 
Best Actor — Idris Elba
Best Actress — Vicky McClure
Best Reissue — David Bowie, Five Years
Best Book — Patti Smith, M Train 
Best Festival — Glastonbury
Best Small Festival — End Of The Road
Music Moment of the Year — The Libertines' secret Glastonbury set
Best Fan Community — The Libertines
Worst Band — 5 Seconds of Summer
Villain of the Year — Donald Trump
Hero of the Year — Dave Grohl
Vlogger of the Year — KSI
Godlike Genius — Coldplay

This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.