Ed Sheeran is flying high tonight after taking home the top honor at the 2014 BBC Music Awards: British Artist of the Year! The 23-year-old musician was up against heavy hitters Sam Smith and David Bowie for the award.
Clad in a signature red flannel shirt, Teddy accepted the golden microphone from Sir Tom Jones.
"I just want to say a massive thank you to everyone who has bought a record, bought a ticket, streamed on YouTube, or done anything to listen to my music and pushed it out," Ed said to a chanting crowd. "Thank you so much."
When asked about the highlight of his night, Sheeran credited it back to the Sheerios who've supported his music over the years and pushed him to the top.
"I always thought my career would top with one album," the singer-songwriter said. "So, knowing that my career will be longer than one album is probably the highlight for me."
The "Sing" crooner took to Instagram after the show to share his hype and a bright smile with fans, writing "I'm BUZZIN".
Pharrell Williams also took home a couple of awards at the show, scoring Song of the Year for "Happy" and International Artist of the Year. Unfortunately the superstar was absent from the award show due to filming for "The Voice."