Some of our winners and performers have gone on to do amazing things after taking home a UK Entertainment Award.
Find out where they are now.

Mo The Comedian

Mo The Comedian, stand-up comedian and internet superstar took home the 'Best Comedian' award in 2017 and has since gone on to sell out shows on his UK 'Coupla Cans Tour'. 


Recently announced, Mo The Comedian was given the green light to host his own show for Channel 4. Mo’s Town will be an hour of comedy, sketches, music, celebrity guests and audience interaction. He is also featured alongside Big Narstie on the Big Narstie Show.

Ms Banks

Ms Banks, performed at the UK Entertainment Awards 2014 and took home the award for 'Best Rapper' in 2014 and 2016. Since winning, Ms Banks has gone on to stand at the vanguard of British Female MCs earning her the respect from none other than  'Queen of Rap', Nicki Minaj.


Ms Banks has gone on to perform with UK's biggest girl band Lil Mix at the Brit Awards 2019. 

Lurine Cato

Lurine Cato wowed the audience at the UK Entertainment Awards 2016 with her acoustic version of Naughty Boy and Beyonce's hit 'Running' and in 2017 was awarded with the 'Gospel Honouree award. 

Since then Lurine Cato has gone on to lead the 'B Positive Choir' which partnered with the National Health Service (NHS) and performed on Britain's Got Talent 2018 and at the Westminster Abbey in front of the Royal family.  Lurine was also been appointed as lead vocal coach for ITV's 'Good Morning Britain: Sing It To Win It.'

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Ella Mai 

UK ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS had nominated  group ARIZE in 2014 .

 Group member Ella Mai had gone on to pursue her solo career and has since  gone on to win Best RnB song Boo'd Up at the Grammy Awards in 2019. Ella Mai has collaborated with artist such as Meek Mills, Chris Brown, John Legend and more.