Ed Sheeran has been celebrating after picking up two awards at the 2012 Brits.
He landed best British breakthrough and beat stars such as Professor Green and Noel Gallagher to take best British male.
Ed thanked his manager Stuart Camp who he said was responsible for turning the "spotty, chubby, ginger teenager into the person up here tonight".
The red-haired singer - who played his hit Lego House at the ceremony - said:
"I honestly didn't think I'd get this one, so I'd just like to say thanks to my family, my friends, my fans, every single promoter that's ever booked me, every single radio DJ that's every played me and my label. I'm really bad at this."
After being handed a second award for best British breakthrough act, he added:
"I'm ecstatic. This is the best night of my life. Its been wonderful, I didn't expect it.
“I don't have a house but I do share a flat with my brother. These will go on the mantelpiece."
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