The stars were out in force for the TV Choice Awards on Monday at The London Hilton on Park Lane.
After a night celebrating the best in British television the celebrity guests seemed all partied out as they made their way home from the event.
Leading the way was Katherine Ryan, 40, who appeared to be feeling amorous as she planted a kiss on husband Bobby Kootstra.
Spotted round the corner of the hotel were Nick Knowles, 61, who sneaked a cigarette with fiancée Katie Dadzie, 35.
Striding on past them to get into her car home was Olivia Attwood, 32, who wowed in an orange mini dress that showcased her toned legs and small waist.
Katherine Ryan, 40, appeared to be feeling amorous after the TV Choice Awards as she planted a kiss on husband Bobby Kootstra
Spotted round the corner of the hotel were Nick Knowles, 61, who sneaked a cigarette with fiancée Katie Dadzie, 35
Striding on past them to get into her car home was Olivia Attwood, 32, who wowed in an orange mini dress that showcased her toned legs and small waist
Happy Valley had a double win at the TV Choice Awards on Monday after its final series aired last year.
The show was named the winner of the Best Drama Series gong after going up against Heartstopper on Netflix, Channel 5’s All Creatures Great and Small, and ITV1’s Vera.
Sarah Lancashire, 59, who played Catherine Cawood, won the Best Actress prize.
Around 7.5 million viewers watched the climax to the BBC One drama, which saw James Norton’s escaped convict Royce set himself ablaze in the kitchen of the embattled officer played by Sarah – making it one of the most-watched single shows of the year.
This year’s winners were announced at a glittering ceremony – hosted by Tom Allen, with the comedian anchoring the event for the first time – at the London Hilton on Park Lane, where TV’s biggest names gathered.
The TV Choice Awards 2024 celebrated another great year in TV and the glitzy ceremony saw some of Britain’s biggest celebrity names scoop the coveted trophies, as voted for by the British viewing public.
Emmerdale was named Best Soap, having last won in 2022, while cast member Jeff Hordley, 53, who plays Cain Dingle, scored his first TV Choice Awards as he triumphed in the Best Soap Actor category.
Dame Maureen Lipman, 77, who plays Evelyn Plummer in Coronation Street, won the Best Soap Actress prize, while Martin Clunes, 62, won Best Actor for his part in Doc Martin.
Elsewhere, Beyond Paradise won in the Best New Drama category, while Call The Midwife won Best Family Drama and Mrs Brown’s Boys won Best Comedy Show.
Katherine cosied up to her husband as they posed for snaps together after the event
The duo strode arm in arm out of the venue as they made their way to their taxi home
Katherine clambered into the back of her taxi home after her night out with her husband
Nick seemed in good spirits as he strode away from the smoking area with his glam fiancée
The pair held hands as they searched for their taxi after a night out with the stars
The pair couldn’t contain their giggles as they laughed together on the way home from the event
Olivia looked ready for bed after the event as she could barely keep her eyes open on the ride
Jess Wright and Jowita Przystal looked incredible in their flesh flashing ensembles as they headed home from the star-studded soiree
Rachel Shenton had a goodie bag in hand as she strutted out of the venue
Sian Welby and Myleene Klass looked glamorous in all-black looks as they made their way home from the glamorous soiree
Bake Off star Sandro Farmhouse turned heads with her body plate top
Bobby Brazier looked in good spirits as he made his way home from the soiree
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! and I’m A Celeb South Africa win in the Best Reality Show category, both Gogglebox and Celebrity Gogglebox won the Best Entertainment Show prize.
The Martin Lewis Money Show Live which airs on ITV1 won the Best Lifestyle Show prize and BBC One’s Animal Park was named the winner of the Best Daytime Show gong.
James Martin’s Saturday Morning which is broadcast on ITV won in the Best Food Show category, and Channel 5’s Winter on the Farm and Springtime on the Farm won the Best Factual Show award.
The Great British Bake Off, Bake Off The Professionals, Junior Bake Off and The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice won the Best Talent Show award, while ITV1’s The Chase won Best Game Show and Netflix was named Favourite Channel/Streaming Site.
While it didn’t win, The Traitors was nominated in the category of Best Reality Show alongside I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, Queer Eye and At Home With The Furys.
Series two star Paul Gorton said recreating the success of his series will be a ‘big old task’ as he attended the awards. He became well known for hood-winking The Faithfuls before being voted out
Asked at the bash if the series two success can be recreated, he told the PA news agency: ‘They’ve got a lot to do.
‘It’s a big old task. But they (next series participants) have to go in there, they have to beat Harry, beat me, Diane, they have to be big characters. And yeah best of luck to them, I’m excited to see it.’
Speaking about public reaction he has received following the show, he added: ‘I’m walking down the street and I can’t believe people know what my name is, so I’m lapping it up.’
He added: ‘I’m a pro at taking selfies now, I pride myself on how good I am at selfies.’
Steph McGovern wowed in a vibrant yellow trouser suit and hot pink heels
Elaine Paige looked ready for bed as she clambered into her waiting taxi home
Pete Wicks tried to stifle a yawn after his night of partying with the stars
Mark Wright looked dapper in a fitted grey suit and stopped to sign autographs for fans
JLS’ JB Gill was happy to stop and pose for selfies with fans after the awards show
EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt looked dapper in a black suit while Kris Marshall was suave in a navy tailored set
Carol Harrison looked radiant in a black strapless dress with a feathered trim
Stanley Johnson looked chipper as he headed home from the awards show