BTS won three awards at this year’s MTV Europe Music Awards in Spain.
The K-pop seven-piece won in the best group, best live and biggest fans categories.
Flying the flag for the UK were Little Mix (best UK & Ireland act), Liam Gallagher (rock icon) and FKA Twigs (best alternative).
But Ariana Grande and Lil Nas X came away empty-handed, despite starting the night with seven and six nominations respectively.
Niall Horan, Halsey and Mabel were among the performers, while US singer Becky G hosted.
British acts bookended the show
Dua Lipa opened the show with her new song Don’t Start Now – and a performance complete with over 40 dancers.
Liam Gallagher closed the show with the Oasis classic Wonderwall.
Worldwide artists were represented
BTS may have won big, but there’s one honour they won’t have.
The first K-pop act to ever play live at the EMAs was NCT 127, whose performance of Highway To Heaven was the first time they have performed the English version at a televised event.
Spanish native Rosalia also performed in front of a home crowd – picking up best collaboration for Con Altura with J Balvin, featuring El Guincho, as well.
Sigrid won for best Norwegian act, while Avicii got a posthumous award for best Swedish act.
Some of the big nominees didn’t win
Leading the nominations were Ariana Grande (seven), Lil Nas X, Shawn Mendes and Billie Eilish (six each).
Ariana Grande was nominated in all the big categories but didn’t win anything, and Lil Nas X – who broke records with Old Town Road – also lost out in all his categories.
Billie Eilish managed to win two of her nominations.
The 17-year-old got the best song award for Bad Guy and also won for the best new category.
Shawn Mendes won in one of the six categories he was nominated in, taking home the best artist award.
Halsey was surprised with an award on the red carpet
Halsey ended the night with two awards – and she got one of them before the show even started.
She was up for the best look along with J Balvin, Lil Nas X, Lizzo and Rosalia.
But she was surprised with the award as she arrived for the night on the red carpet.
The 25-year-old had a busy night, winning for best pop – and treating the audience to a unicorn-inspired performance of Graveyard.
Best video – Taylor Swift for Me! featuring Brendon Urie
Best artist – Shawn Mendes
Best song – Bad Guy by Billie Eilish
Best collaboration – Con Altura by Rosalia and J Balvin
Best new – Billie Eilish
Best pop – Halsey
Best live – BTS
Best rock – Green Day
Best hip-hop – Nicki Minaj
Best alternative – FKA Twigs
Best electronic – Martin Garrix
Best look – Halsey
Biggest fans – BTS
Best group – BTS
Rock icon – Liam Gallagher
Best push – Ava Max
World stage – Muse live at MTV World Stage in Bilbao, Spain, 2018
Best UK & Ireland act – Little Mix
Best US act – Taylor Swift