Debbie Harry has got to win most rock-star hairstyle of the year as she appears at the Q Awards

It’s back again! With the final results just hours away, the cream of the crop of the music industry are taking their seats at The Roundhouse in London.

Stars old and new are hitting the red carpet, but Debbie Harry proves she isn’t so blondie anymore with an impressive two-tone do that put everyone else’s to shame.

As for the awards themselves, what we do know so far is that the late, great David Bowie’s last album, Blackstar, is nominated for Best Album – along with Coldplay’s A Head Full Of Dreams and The 1975′s I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It.

But whether they are winners, losers, or just visiting, it looks like everyone is already having a great night…

Seriously though, how much do you wish you were there right now?!

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