Last night's Popjustice Twenty Quid Music Prize judging event was a roaring success ('roaring success' = 'nobody was seriously injured') and, after quite a lot of arguing, 'Call The Shots' was crowned the best British pop single of the last twelve months. As you can see from the professional photograph above the final two songs were 'Call The Shots' and 'About You Now', although 'Bleeding Love' and 'Song 4 Mutya' were also favourites among the judges, with a surprising swell of support for Little Boots' 'Stuck On Repeat'.
Other things we learned:
1. You really don't want to know what Disney employees get up to on their weekends.
2. Yelling "I'M A SCIENTIST!!" does not make your opinion more valid, even if you are a proper actual real life scientist.
3. Smokers don't like Leona Lewis.
Thanks to everyone who came along and helped judge the prize last night — see you next year…