Pop star Cody Simpson and model/actress Ruby Rose were among the winners at Australia's GQ Men of the Year Awards.
The singer was named International Sensation at the awards show in Sydney this week (ends15Nov15), while Orange is the New Black star Ruby landed the coveted Woman of the Year title.
A Good Day to Die Hard star Jai Courtney took the Actor of the Year trophy and The Water Diviner's Ryan Corr landed Breakthrough Actor.
Other winners included model David Gandy (International Man of Style), Silverchair rocker Daniel Johns (Musician of the Year), Joel and Benji Madden (Duo of the Year), and singer/songwriter Troye Sivan (Breakthrough Solo Artist).
Speaking at the ceremony, Ruby admitted she has "mixed feelings" about finally being recognised for her achievements in her home country after her profile sky-rocketed in Hollywood thanks to her role in the hit prison drama.
"I have mixed feelings about that, because I really think that people underestimate you," she told News.com.au. "There are so many talented people who worked really hard within Australia, they work their butt off and they don't get the credit that they deserve and they don't get the awards that they should get, and they don't get the (magazine) covers they deserve.
"Because we wait as a country, we wait for them to make it big overseas and I don't necessarily agree with that. So yes, as soon as I got Orange (Is The New Black), and as soon as America kind of embraced me, I've had this huge resurgence in Australia and I love that and I love people loving me here again, because it's been a tumultuous ride."