The BBC have announced details of a brand new music 'event' thing to take place on December 11.
The BBC Music Awards — for that is the creative title they've gone with — will be hosted by Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton, so we're sure you'll agree the signs are already pretty good, and will take place at Earls Court, which is in London.
A bit like ITV's very own Brit Awards, the ceremony will feature performances and a look back at the last 12 months of music, and will include categories such as British Artist of the Year, International Artist of the Year and Song of the Year.
The whole thing will be shown on BBC One and will be all over Radio 1, Radio 2 and The One Show.
But let's see what BBC One controller Charlotte Moore has to say about it all, shall we (as quoted here).
"I think this is a fantastic opportunity for BBC One to collaborate with Radio 1 and Radio 2 and host this unique celebration of music in the UK. The BBC has always been a destination for new and established musical talent, and by bringing the two together the BBC Music Awards promises to give viewers and listeners an unforgettable night."
So there we go. Shall we just give Sam Smith all the awards now and save some time and money?