Kylie Minogue and Cheryl Cole each scooped two prizes at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards held at London's Berkeley Square Gardens last night (02.06.09).
Kylie Minogue and Cheryl Cole won two prizes each at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards last night (02.06.09).
Australian singer Kylie went home with the Entrepreneur of the Year accolade and the prestigious Woman of the Year gong from the ceremony held at London's Berkeley Square Gardens.
Cheryl, 25, was named TV Personality of the Year for her work on British TV talent show 'The X Factor', while she and her Girls Aloud bandmates - Sarah Harding, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh - were honoured with the Best Band of the Year prize.
However, the five girls could not attend the awards show as they were performing in Liverpool.
'Merlin' actress Michelle Ryan - who recently starred in the remake of hit series the 'Bionic Woman' - was named the UK TV Actress of the Year, while Alexa Chung - who is dating Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner - scooped the Presenter of the Year accolade.
Winners of the Glamour awards - which are now in their sixth year - are voted for by readers of the British magazine to celebrate the success of women in film, TV, music, theatre, business and literature.
Glamour Women of the Year Awards full list of winners:
Radio DJ of the Year - Fearne Cotton
UK TV Actress of the Year - Michelle Ryan
Accessory Designer of the Year - Samantha Cameron
Band of the Year - Girls Aloud
Entrepreneur of the Year - Kylie Minogue
Comedy Actress of the Year - Becki Newton
Theatre Actress of the Year - Joanna Page
Filmmaker of the Year - Sharman Macdonald
Presenter of the Year - Alexa Chung
Writer of the Year - Sophie Kinsella
Aussie Hair Care Newcomer - Katy Perry
Sportswomen of the Year - Victoria Pendleton, Sarah Storey, Sarah Webb and Pippa Wilson
Clothes Designer - Frida Giannini, Gucci
UK Solo Artist - Adele
Film Actress of the Year - Amanda Seyfried
Woman of the Year - Kylie Minogue
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