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16 February 2017, 10:36 | Updated: 23 February 2017, 18:57
The 1975 frontman is believed to have gifted the award to a mega-fan waiting outside the event.
Last night's NME Awards saw The 1975 pick up a gong for Best Live Band.
However, it seems frontman Matt Healy wasn't too bothered about keeping the accolade, as - according to this Twitter user - he might just have given his gong away.
See the fan clutching what's believed to be the award outside the O2 Academy Brixton here:
When receiving the award on the night, the Love Me singer said: “Thank you. Stop talking. Listen. This our second NME Award. The first time we were the shittest band. Now it’s for being good, so I don’t know what that proves.
"I don’t think it proves anything, I think it proves that…hey listen (NME Editor) Mike (Williams) came out this evening and he said if you’re an artist, we have a duty to make pop music didactic."
He added: "I know this is unfashionable and boring and no-one really gives a fuck but everything is fucked. And if your music isn’t purposefully informative, then there’s no point to it. So let’s make sure that we do that. Thank you.”
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