One Direction win large during Radio 1 Teen Awards
November 9, 2015 - one direction
One Direction are a large winners during this years Radio 1 Teen Awards, holding dual of a tip prizes.
They won best British organisation and best British singular for Drag Me Down.
The esteem was collected on a band’s interest by DJ Greg James, who suggested that One Direction will play a special Live Lounge on Radio 1 on Thursday 12 November.
Best film was given to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, while The X Factor picked adult best British TV show.
Ed Sheeran took home best British solo artist, while Joe Sugg won best British vlogger, violence his sister Zoella to a prize.
As good as handing out awards to celebrities, a rite also distinguished a achievements of 3 Teen Heroes.
The 2015 Teen Heroes are Alice, a 14-year-old carer from Gloucestershire, Rosie, 14, who is a fundraiser from Coventry with a rarely virulent primary mind swelling and Aaren, a 16-year-old from Bristol who was innate with gender dysphoria.
The Teen Awards were hosted by Radio 1 Breakfast Show horde Nick Grimshaw, with co-hosts Demi Lovato, Rita Ora, The Vamps and Troye Sivan.
The audience, done adult of thousands of screaming 14 to 17-year-olds, saw performances by Little Mix, Nick Jonas, 5 Seconds of Summer, All Time Low and Demi Lovato during a SSE Wembley Arena.
Justin Bieber kicked off a eventuality with a warn appearance.
Other special guest enclosed Idris Elba, Olly Murs, Jim Chapman and Keith Lemon.
Highlights from a eventuality can be found on Radio 1’s BBC iPlayer channel and on a Radio 1 YouTube channel.