U2 Honored As “Greatest Act” In Last 25 Years

Queen's Brian May and Roger Taylor make Q Hall of Fame

Jeff Fusco

Rock icons U2 have something new to brag about — winning Q Magazine's Greatest Act of the Last 25 Years award.

The annual music awards by Britain's best-selling music monthly took place Monday at London's Grosvenor House. The Irish quartet were present at the ceremony.

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Brian May and Roger Taylor, meanwhile, accepted entry into the Q Hall of Fame on behalf of the band Queen.

U.K. singer/songwriter Adele won two awards, Best Female Artist and Best Track for her song "Rolling in the Deep."

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Coldplay was voted Best Band in the World at the Moment, while the U.S. Internet sensation Lana Del Ray wa s crowned the Next Big Thing.

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