Davina McCall was the big winner at the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women Awards on last night. Expect LOTS of overuse of the word 'Ultimate'.

The 47-year-old TV presenter - who fronts Got To Dance on Sky1, and The Million Pound Drop on Channel 4, and pretty much anything that requires a presenter not to kack themselves live on air  - was thrilled to pick up the Ultimate Editor's Choice gong at the ninth annual ceremony at the One Mayfair hotel in London.

Upon receiving the award, she said: "There's something so powerful about girls together. I remember the day I was no longer in the FHM top 100, but this means so much more."

The X Factor judge Mel B, 39, was shocked to be named the Ultimate TV Personality. She wasn't the only one. Accepting the award, she said: "I didn't think I would win an award for just saying what the f**k I want. I don't win awards. Thank you Cosmopolitan. You've boosted my confidence so who knows what I'll say on Saturday."

This Morning stylist and former model Abbey Clancy was also surprised to be named the Ultimate Style Icon.

Upon receiving her accolade, she told the 250 guests, including Kelly Brook, Pixie Lott, Tulisa and Danny O'Donoghue: "I feel a bit silly collecting this in the company of such amazing women tonight. I never thought I would be called a style icon."

Dame Vivienne Westwood was named the Ultimate Icon, Ella Henderson won the Ultimate Uk Music Artist award and The Saturdays picked up the Ultimate Fabulous Friends trophy. You read that correctly. Don't make me type it again.

Of their prestigious award Mollie King said: "It's such a huge compliment - whatever we've achieved with our musical careers it's great that people have noticed what good friends we are and that we will be friends for life."

Taylor Swift and Lena Dunham were also honoured (but didn't appear to show, obvs), while McBusted were named the Ultimate Men of the Year.

The event, hosted by Fearne Cotton, also celebrated the achievements of six "ordinary" (their term not mine) women, chosen for their outstanding personal achievements, acts of courage, bravery and determination. Nobody appears to have their names to hand.

The full list of winners:

Ultimate Editor's Choice - Davina McCall

Ultimate #FabulousFriends in association with Baileys - The Saturdays

Ultimate TV Personality - Mel B

Ultimate Sports Star - Jo Pavey

Ultimate Style Icon - Abbey Clancy

Ultimate UK Music Artist - Ella Henderson

Ultimate Icon - Dame Vivienne Westwood

Ultimate Writer - Lena Dunham

Ultimate Men of the Year - McBusted

Ultimate International Man of the Year - Samuel L Jackson

Ultimate Breakthrough Actress - Natalie Dormer

Ultimate International Music Star - Taylor Swift

Ultimate Funny Woman - Morgana Robinson

Ultimate Inspiration - Ellen Page