Westlife and Lisa Scott-Lee were among the winners at the Naomi awards, an alternative to the Brits, which give prizes for the worst acts in pop
Westlife and Lisa Scott-Lee are the two big winners at the Naomi awards, an alternative to the Brits, which give prizes for the worst acts in pop, winning three awards each. Run by digital channel Music Choice, the awards winners are voted for by music industry experts.
As of the Irish pop act Westlife, they brought home awards for the categories of Worst International Album for "Face to Face", Worst International Group, and Outstandingly Bad Contribution to Music. Meanwhile, Lisa Scott-Lee won the Worst British Female Solo Artist, Worst British Single for "Electric", and Worst Pop Act.
Winners in full are: Lee Ryan for Worst British Male Solo Artist, Steve Brookstein winning the Worst British Album for "Heart and Soul", Son of Dork for Worst Attempt at Rock, Ms Dynamite won the Worst Urban Act category, and Babyshambles for Worst Live Act.
Also there is Jack Johnson who won Worst International Male Solo Artist, Jessica Simpson who brought home the Worst International Female Solo Artist award, and The Pussycat Dolls who won the Worst International Breakthrough Artist prize.