When we heard that Victoria Beckham had picked up two awards from Glamour, we wondered. Especially since she turned up to get them, so they couldn't have been anything she actually deserved.
It turns out she's the magazine's Woman of the Year, presumably given to reward her for a successful twelve months in which her husband got a new job and she had dinner with the public faces of a cult.
Even more surprisingly, she won Entrepreneur of the Year. In a way, that she manages to spin gold from nothing, does means she is at least packagable as a brand, but could Glamour not find a woman who was an actual entrepreneur, rather than having a team of people finding projects making overpriced jeans for her to sign off on?
Victoria also had something to say to those who suggest that it's the fault of her upbringing that David Beckham won't get a knighthood in Blair's resignation honours:
The really sad thing is that probably is all she cares about. She's thirty-three and feels the need to tell people that a man who makes trousers thinks she's "cool".
The winners, in weary-making full:
Woman Of The Year:
Entrepreneur Of The Year:
Nokia Newcomer Of The Year:
Accessory Designer Of The Year: ANYA HINDMARCH
Band Of The Year:
Writer Of The Year:
TV Personality Of The Year:
Film Actress Of The Year:
Film-makers Of The Year:
TRACEY SEAWARD and CHRISTINE LANGAN
International Solo Artist Of The Year: BEYONCE
Fashion Designer Of The Year:
UK Solo Artist Of The Year:
Sportswoman Of The Year:
Presenter Of The Year:
Radio Personality Of The Year:
Funny Woman Of The Year:
Man Of The Year: