Most Successful Acts
|British Acts||Number of awards|
|Robbie Williams (5 with Take That)||17|
|George Michael (3 with Wham!)|
|Freddie Mercury (3 with Queen) (2 posthumous)|
|Manic Street Preachers|
|International Acts||Number of awards|
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