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Ora, Harris win Glamour awards

Former flames Rita Ora and Calvin Harris have been named winners at this year's Glamour awards.

DJ Harris - now said to be dating Taylor Swift - was presented with the Man of the Year gong by model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

The Voice coach Ora stayed away from the ceremony, accepting her gong for best TV Personality via video link.

Meanwhile, Fearne Cotton was named top Radio Personality - just days after airing her final show on Radio 1.

Claudia Winkleman - who was hosting tonight's glitzy London ceremony - was named best Presenter alongside Tess Daly for their Strictly Come Dancing roles.

Hollywood actress Kate Hudson - who split from British Muse frontman Matt Bellamy last year - won the Entrepreneur gong at the Glamour Women of the Year awards, while her screen star mum Goldie Hawn also made an appearance.

The Theory of Everything star Felicity Jones took home the Film Actress trophy, while Gillian Anderson, who won plaudits for her stage role in A Streetcar Named Desire, was presented with the Theatre Actress award.

Other winners included The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco Sweeting (Comedy Actress), Scandal star Kerry Washington (International TV Actress), model Suki Waterhouse (Breakthrough) and singer Ellie Goulding (Solo Artist).

Stars attending included Poldark actresses Eleanor Tomlinson and Heida Reed, former X Factor presenter Dermot O'Leary, Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams, comedienne Jennifer Saunders, chat show host Alan Carr, pop group Little Mix and actor Douglas Booth.

:: Glamour Women of the Year award winners

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Columnist: Caitlin Moran

Comedy Actress: Kaley Cuoco Sweeting

Radio Personality: Fearne Cotton

Accessories Designer: Anya Hindmarch

Next Breakthrough: Suki Waterhouse

TV Personality: Rita Ora

Presenters: Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly

Sportswoman: Laura Trott

Clothes Designer: Mary Katrantzou

Writer: Paula Hawkins

Cointreau Solo Artist: Ellie Goulding

Film Actress: Felicity Jones

Glamour Trailblazer: Amy Schumer

Theatre Actress: Gillian Anderson

Man Of The Year: Calvin Harris

Editor's Special Award: Ellie Kemper

International TV Actress: Kerry Washington

Entrepreneur: Kate Hudson

Host Winkleman opened the ceremony saying: "You are the very best at what you do - they've had over a half a million votes. I am not glamorous but I have good news, I have some very glamorous friends."

Ellie Goulding, who was awarded the Cointreau solo artist award, attended with her boyfriend, McFly's Dougie Poynter.

"I'm quite confused as to why I'm still here doing what I Iove. Thank you for supporting real women. Also my boyfriend who might be the coolest person ever, punching above my weight... Thank you so much," she said.

Jennifer Saunders presented the Trailblazer award to American comedian Amy Schumer.

Schumer said: "Thank you, Glamour has given me a voice. I'm not going to apologise for who I am. I make fun of women's magazines a lot. I want to thank Glamour, and my younger sister. Man I want to really thank Goldie Hawn, it's been so inspiring."

The best Theatre actress award went to Gillian Anderson for A Streetcar Named Desire.

Anderson said: "I had to take my entire dress off to pee this evening. Thank you Glamour - it's been an extraordinary year. I got to play a character I've wanted to play for 30 years."

She also announced the play would also be going to New York.

Man of the Year was presented to Harris by model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

Harris said: "My mum is going to be so impressed - I've never been to anything like this in my life. I feel like I should make the worst speech of the night, being the sole male speech."

Shoe designer Christian Louboutin presented Scandal actress Kerry Washington with the International Actress award.

Washington said: "I am so honoured to be here and it's very meaningful for me because deep down there's always going to be a part of me that's just a little girl from the Bronx riding the train."

Caitlin Moran was presented her Columnist award by Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams and Iwan Rheon and said: "I am fan girl freaking out here."

She added: "I'm very grateful, thank you very much."

Sir Philip Green presented the final award of the evening to Kate Hudson for Entrepreneur of the Year. Hudson founded her online clothing company, Fabletics, last year.

Hudson said: "Thank you to Glamour... I started this company and the core comes from something I'm passionate about... It was one of the most rewarding things I've ever been a part of... I couldn't do that without an incredible team of people. It's fun and I get to express myself."

Hudson also referenced her famous mother saying: "I grew up with an incredibly ambitious mother, but her ambition was for a greater purpose.

"In true Goldie form she was doing it for all women. We are all here together and we need to support each other, we need to create a support system. We are more powerful together."

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