One Direction were crowned 'Best Group' in our annual poll, after claiming 19.8% of the vote following a year that's seen them become a worldwide sensation.
Mumford & Sons placed second with 13.6%, while Girls Aloud round off the Top 3 with 11.8%.
Muse came fourth with 11.5% of the vote and 2011 X Factor champions Little Mix came fifth with 8.8%.
Olly Murs has been crowned 'Best Male Solo Artist' by Digital Spy readers, after topping the chart with his latest single 'Troublemaker' and third studio album Right Place Right Time.
The star topped the list with a massive 35.2% of the vote, while Bruno Mars came in second place with 20.3%.
Calvin Harris placed third with 13%, Labrinth came in fourth place with 8.3% of the vote and Plan B completes the Top 5 with 7.1%.
Emeli Sandé has been voted 'Best Female Solo Artist' after releasing her debut album Our Version of Events, which is the UK's biggest-selling album of 2012.
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The singer-songwriter claimed 19.8% of the vote, while Rihanna came in second place with 15.4%.
Pink came in third place with 14%, Taylor Swift landed at four with 12.4% and Lana Del Rey completes the Top 5 with 11.4% of the vote.
Over 25,000 readers voted in Digital Spy's annual end of year poll, which included categories for music, film, television, showbiz, gaming, tech and soaps.
Watch the music video for One Direction's 'Live While We're Young' below: