I often compare listening to music as being very similar to eating food. You can't live on an unhealthy diet of fast food, and expect physical health. Likewise, you can't listen to musical fast food and expect to be psychologically satisfied by it. The bulk of "diva" music rarely amounts to being anything more than a ball of lard and sugar.
All would have been well and good if the award had gone to someone other than Kasabian, a band that has gone from weakness to weakness with unparalleled consistency. Initially, tracks like "Club Foot" had a certain retro appeal, but as time has worn on, their formula is the dried skimmed milk of rock 'n' roll, diluted with lashings of whatever acceptable rock liquor they favour.