LEAST CONTROVERSIAL POPSTAR
1. Emeli Sandé
2. Ellie Goulding
3. Kelly Clarkson
4. Leona Lewis
5. Gary Barlow
6. Rebecca Ferguson
7. Katy Perry
8. Ariana Grande
9. Britney Spears
10. Conor Maynard
Popjustice notes: Do you think there's a side to Emeli Sandé that we don't see? Do you think it's all an act? Perhaps she will go properly berserk in 2014.
BEST COLLABORATION
1. Icona Pop & Charli XCX
2. Lady Gaga & R Kelly
3. Disclosure & AlunaGeorge
4. Annie & Richard X
5. Calvin & Ellie
6. Daft Punk & Pharrell & Nile
7. Pink & Nate Ruess
8. Eminem & Rihanna
9. Mariah & Miguel
10. Sia & The Weeknd & Diplo
Popjustice notes: Icona Pop and Charli XCX not per­form­ing 'I Love It' on Christmas TOTP rep­res­ents all that is wrong with modern society.
ESTABLISHED ACT MOST LIKELY TO SAVE POP IN 2014
1. Robyn
2. Rihanna
3. Beyoncé
4. Marina & The Diamonds
5. Shakira
6. Kylie
7. Lana Del Rey
8. Lily Allen
9. Lady Gaga
10. Nicola Roberts
Popjustice notes: The most exciting thing about Robyn's 2014 comeback is that we all know she's been in the studio and that new music could appear at literally any moment.
NEWISH ACT MOST LIKELY TO SAVE POP
1. MNEK
2. Say Lou Lou
3. Tamera Foster
4. Betty Who
5. Chloe Howl
6. Ella Eyre
7. Florrie
8. Foxes
9. Lea Michele
10. Tove Lo
Popjustice notes: MNEK received almost twice as many votes as Say Lou Lou, which is pretty impress­ive. NO PRESSURE MNEK.
BEST ADVERT WITH UNPURCHASEABLE BEYONCE SONG ON IT
1. H&M
2. Pepsi
3. Coke (oh dear)
4. O2
5. "Go Compare"
Popjustice notes: We've only published five entries in this category because, for obvious reasons, the answers became rather silly after Go Compare. (The presence of Coke on this list, meanwhile, should probably act as a 'wake up call' to brands throwing piles of cash at celebrit­ies.)
BEST NEW MALE SINGER WITH GREAT VOICE BUT LITTLE CHARISMA
1. John Newman
2. Sam Smith
3. Tom Odell
4. Bastille
5. Jahmene Douglas
6. James Arthur
7. Joel Compass
8. "All of them"
9. Aiden
10. Luke Friend
Popjustice notes: Looking on the bright side, almost everyone on this list has very tidy hair.
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BEST COVER VERSION
1. Lily Allen — 'Somewhere Only We Know'
2. Bastille — 'Of The Night'
3. Chvrches — 'It's Not Right, But It's Okay'
4. Mutya Keisha Siobhan — 'Lay Down In Swimming Pools'
5. Charli XCX — 'I Want It That Way'
6. James Arthur — 'Wrecking Ball'
7. Leona Lewis — 'Ave Maria'
8. AlunaGeorge — 'This Is How We Do It'
9. Arctic Monkeys — 'Hold On, We're Going Home'
10. London Grammar 'Nightcall'
Popjustice notes: What a strange list of record­ings.
BEST MUSICY THING TV
1. Glee
2. The Big Reunion
3. The X Factor
4. Eurovision Song Contest
5. American Idol
6. The Voice
7. Never Mind The Buzzcocks
8. Later… With Jools Holland
9. Nashville
10. Made In Chelsea
Popjustice notes: Just think, next year this category could have 'CD:UK' in it. How amazing would that be?
BEST RADIO DJ
1. Scott Mills
2. Nick Grimshaw
3. Greg James
4. Annie Mac
5. Fearne Cotton
6. Lauren Laverne
7. Ryan Seacrest
8. Zane Lowe
9. “None / They're all shit / Etc"
10. Jameela Jamil
Popjustice notes: There's a pretty strong clue in this list as to which station may have won the Best Radio Station category.