NTAs 2021: Katie Piper puts on a leggy display in a baby pink gown with daring split

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    Katie Piper put on a leggy display as she posed up a storm on the red carpet of the National Television Awards at London’s O2 Arena on Thursday. 

    The TV personality, 37, looked stunning in a baby pink, off-the-shoulder gown which featured silver embellishments and a daring split that allowed her to flash plenty of leg. 

    Katie oozed elegance in the floaty number as she smiled for the cameras at the star-studded event.

    Looking good: Katie Piper put on a leggy display as she posed up a storm on the red carpet of the National Television Awards at London's O2 Arena on Thursday

    Looking good: Katie Piper put on a leggy display as she posed up a storm on the red carpet of the National Television Awards at London’s O2 Arena on Thursday

    The star accessorised her look with an embellished silver handbag and towering silver platform heels. 

    She swept her blonde locks up into an elegant up ‘do, while she finished off her glam look with a dewy palette of make-up. 

    Ant and Dec scooped the Best Presenter gong for an epic 20th time in a row at the National Television Awards, with a visibly emotional Ant seen clutching his new wife Anne-Marie as the news was delivered.

    Wow: The TV personality, 37, looked stunning in a baby pink, off-the-shoulder gown which featured silver embellishments and a daring split that allowed her to flash plenty of leg

    Wow: The TV personality, 37, looked stunning in a baby pink, off-the-shoulder gown which featured silver embellishments and a daring split that allowed her to flash plenty of leg

    The great and the good of British television gathered at London’s 02 Arena for the star-studded awards show, which also saw Kate Garraway choke back tears as her Finding Derek documentary bagged the inaugural authored documentary award.

    Meanwhile, This Morning triumphed once again in the Best Daytime category as they led the other big winners on the night including Line Of Duty, Gogglebox and It’s A Sin.

    Ant and Dec looked both elated and stunned as their names were read out amid huge cheers from the audience, with Ant’s new bride Anne-Marie showing him support by taking his hand before applauding the pair.

    Fabulous: The star accessorised her look with an embellished silver handbag and towering silver platform heels

    Fabulous: The star accessorised her look with an embellished silver handbag and towering silver platform heels

    The Geordie duo beat off competition from the likes of Piers Morgan, Holly Willoughby, Alison Hammond and Bradley Walsh to win the coveted gong once more.

    Taking to the stage with his co-star, Ant McPartlin said: ‘Thank you very much indeed’, before going on to recall that the first time they won the award in 2001, Tony Blair was Prime Minister and Newcastle United were qualifying for the Champion’s League. 

    He went on to add: ‘I’m shaking. You have no idea how special this is.’ 

    Pink lady: She swept her blonde locks up into an elegant up 'do, while she finished off her glam look with a dewy palette of make-up

    Pink lady: She swept her blonde locks up into an elegant up ‘do, while she finished off her glam look with a dewy palette of make-up

    Dec then added that the award is ‘pretty overwhelming’, before thanking their wives for their support. 

    He continued: ‘When you get to 20, you cant help but look back at first one, so much has changed in lives, but one thing hasn’t changed it how unbelievably grateful we are to you for voting.’ 

    The duo’s proud wives Anne-Marie Corbett and Ali Astall looked on from the audience as their partner’s gave their speech.

    Speaking in the winner’s room later, Ant said: ’20 years, it’s a long time and to get up there tonight and to be voted for so much has happened and the public are still voting for us it means the absolute world. 

    We did it! Ant and Dec scooped the Best Presenter gong for an epic 20th time in a row at the National Television Awards on Thursday, with a visible emotional Ant seen clutching his new wife Anne-Marie as the news was delivered

    We did it! Ant and Dec scooped the Best Presenter gong for an epic 20th time in a row at the National Television Awards on Thursday, with a visible emotional Ant seen clutching his new wife Anne-Marie as the news was delivered

    Winners: Meanwhile, This Morning triumphed once again in the best Daytime category as they led the other big winners on the night including Line Of Duty, Gogglebox and It’s A Sin

    ‘It’s the biggest privilege to be on air and put a smile on people’s faces while going through an awful time.’

    While Dec remarked: ‘In the category, the calibre was so high, three other candidates who deserved it! (Jokingly referring to one of those not being Piers Morgan, who was also up for the same gong).

    Elsewhere, it proved to be a triumphant night for for This Morning as they once again won the Daytime award.

    Hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield led the way up on stage as they delightedly accepted the award alongside co-hosts Ruth Langsford, Eamonn Holmes and Rochelle Humes.  

    So grateful: 'It's the biggest privilege to be on air and put a smile on people’s faces while going through an awful time'

    Thank you: Dec then added that the award is 'pretty overwhelming', before thanking their wives for their support

    So grateful: ‘It’s the biggest privilege to be on air and put a smile on people’s faces while going through an awful time’

    Looking good: Ant and Dc looked dapper in black suits, while Ant's new wife Anne-Marie Corbett looked ravishing in a lemon yellow gown, while Dec's wife Ali Astall looked chic in black

    Looking good: Ant and Dc looked dapper in black suits, while Ant’s new wife Anne-Marie Corbett looked ravishing in a lemon yellow gown, while Dec’s wife Ali Astall looked chic in black

    However, the duo will not make their usual worse-for-wear appearance on the ITV show as this year’s awards is held on a Thursday, with the pair not presenting on Fridays. 

    Phillip thanked the viewers for sticking with the show during the pandemic, while Holly also thanked the team and everyone at home for watching and voting. 

    Meanwhile, Kate Garraway looked simply stunned as the documentary about her husband Derek Draper’s Covid battle won the authored documentary.

    The Good Morning Britain host received a standing ovation from the audience including her ITV pals Holly Willoughby, Phillip Schofield and Ruth Langsford as she made her way to the stage.

    But things became a bit too much as she choked back tears and asked one of her team to say something while she composed herself.

    Nice one! Elsewhere, it proved to be a triumphant night for for This Morning as they once again won the Daytime award

    Nice one! Elsewhere, it proved to be a triumphant night for for This Morning as they once again won the Daytime award

    So happy: Phillip thanked the viewers for sticking with the show during the pandemic, while Holly also thanked the team and everyone at home for watching and voting

    So happy: Phillip thanked the viewers for sticking with the show during the pandemic, while Holly also thanked the team and everyone at home for watching and voting

    Happy days: Phillip and Holly later post with their award in the winner's room, with Holly looking stunning in a sequinned, blue gown

    It's really ours: Phil inspected the gong as he posed with his co-star

    Happy days: Phillip and Holly later post with their award in the winner’s room, with Holly looking stunning in a sequinned, blue gown

    All together now: They later posed with co-stars Eamonn Holmes, Ruth Langsfors, Rochelle Humes and Dr Zoe Williams

    All together now: They later posed with co-stars Eamonn Holmes, Ruth Langsfors, Rochelle Humes and Dr Zoe Williams

    As she stepped up to the mic, she said: ‘It was a hugely brave decision from ITV for doing this, they didn’t know if they were making a TV show about bereavement or triumph’, adding that it ‘ended up being something between the two.’ 

    In her speech, she said: ‘Thank you so much for voting, I wonder if the reason you did this is because our story is your story, I think we’ve all been touched by the pandemic, whether it’s livelihoods or mental health.

    ‘All the other extraordinary documentaries that have been highlighted this evening have also been affected by the pandemic. I just want to say to all the Darcys and Billies and Dereks and Derek’s family that whatever you’re going through and however you’re effected – you’re not forgotten.

    ‘We want the joy back, we want it to be over but if you’re still living with the scars the fight goes on.

    Emotional: Kate Garraway choke back tears as her Finding Derek documentary bagged the inaugural authored documentary award

    They’ve done it again! Ant and Dec scooped the best presenter gong for an epic 20th time in a row at the National Television Awards at London’s 02 Arena on Thursday

    Amazing win: Meanwhile, Kate Garraway looked simply stunned as the documentary about her husband Derek Draper's Covid battle won the authored documentary

    Can't believe it: Kate struggled to hide her shock as she made her way to the stage

    Amazing win: Meanwhile, Kate Garraway looked simply stunned as the documentary about her husband Derek Draper’s Covid battle won the authored documentary

    Struggle: But things became a bit too much as she choked back tears and asked one of her team to say something while she composed herself

    Struggle: But things became a bit too much as she choked back tears and asked one of her team to say something while she composed herself

    Speech: As she stepped up to the mic, she said: 'It was a hugely brave decision from ITV for doing this, they didn't know if they were making a TV show about bereavement or triumph'

    Speech: As she stepped up to the mic, she said: ‘It was a hugely brave decision from ITV for doing this, they didn’t know if they were making a TV show about bereavement or triumph’

    But most important of all, Derek you should be here and he should have had the chance to tell his own story, Derek you’re gonna get the chance, I believe, the hope is real thank you so much!’

    Speaking later in the winner’s room, Kate said: ‘Congratulations to the team who made it though together. It’s there’s really. I wasn’t sure if I was going to come tonight. 

    ‘I’m extraordinarily proud of it but it felt like a strange time to leave the family but even on the way in here a woman called Angela and her son jack said I lost my husband and the documentary helped.’

    She added: ‘The reaction was extraordinary. They voted because it was their story. We’ve all been touched by the pandemic. 

    Brave: Speaking later in the winner's room, Kate said: 'Congratulations to the team who made it though together. It’s there’s really. I wasn’t sure if I was going to come tonight'

    Brave: Speaking later in the winner’s room, Kate said: ‘Congratulations to the team who made it though together. It’s there’s really. I wasn’t sure if I was going to come tonight’

    ‘Derek’s gonna know about this award tonight. I need to phone home. The kids are in the room with Derek we have a weird contraption at home and they’re watching the whole thing.’

    She concluded: ‘The award goes to Derek and kids.’

    It was an especially great night for Ant and Dec as their show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! also bagged The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award.

    Ant and Dec took to the microphone first before handing things over to reigning champion Giovanna Fletcher, who dazzled in a white gown with feathered cape.

    Meanwhile, Line Of Duty bagged their first NTA during the night, scooping the award for best returning drama. 

    The drama pipped The Crown, Call The Midwife and Unforgotten to the post, with the cast and crew looking elated as they made their way to the stage. 

    Nice job: It was an especially great night for Ant and Dec as their show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! also bagged The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award

    Nice job: It was an especially great night for Ant and Dec as their show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! also bagged The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award

    TV stars: Ant and Dec took to the microphone first before handing things over to reigning champion Giovanna Fletcher, who dazzled in a white gown with feathered cape

    TV stars: Ant and Dec took to the microphone first before handing things over to reigning champion Giovanna Fletcher, who dazzled in a white gown with feathered cape

    Congrats: Meanwhile, Line Of Duty bagged their first NTA during the night, scooping the award for best returning drama

    Congrats: Meanwhile, Line Of Duty bagged their first NTA during the night, scooping the award for best returning drama

    However, it was actor Tommy Jessop – who played Terry Boyle – who stole the show as he performed a hilarious dance and did Bruce Forsyth’s famous pose for the audience.

    Star Martin Compston later said in the winner’s room: ‘Thank You to everyone who voted for us. Tommy was fantastic. I think he’s going to take the award! 

    ‘People ask me every two mins if there will be another season. These people love what we do so I never take it for granted. 

    ‘It means it’s going well. It means people are so invested and the fact the audience keeps getting bigger over ten years so who knows?’

    Sta of the show: Line Of Duty's Tommy Jessop took centre stage as the show won the Returning Drama prize

    Sta of the show: Line Of Duty’s Tommy Jessop took centre stage as the show won the Returning Drama prize

    Showman: However, it was actor Tommy Jessop - who played Terry Boyle - who stole the show as he performed a hilarious dance and did Bruce Forsyth's famous pose for the audience

    Performer: The actor left everyone in stitches with his hilarious performance

    Showman: However, it was actor Tommy Jessop – who played Terry Boyle – who stole the show as he performed a hilarious dance and did Bruce Forsyth’s famous pose for the audience

    Yes! He also stole the show backstage too as he delightedly held the gong aloft

    Yes! He also stole the show backstage too as he delightedly held the gong aloft

    Sweet victory: Show star Martin Compston watched on as Tommy kissed the award

    Sweet victory: Show star Martin Compston watched on as Tommy kissed the award

    Meanwhile, Gogglebox paid tribute to the stars of the show who’ve passed away in recent years as they scooped the Factual award.

    Julie Malone said to the audience: ‘On behalf of all the Gogglebox families I just want to say thank you for nominating us for this award.

    ‘And on a sadder note, nominate it to all the people we’ve lost over the past 18 months and two years.

    ‘That’s Andy, Pete, Mary, and everybody’s favourite grandma June who is now reunited with Leon.’

    Fellow show star Sophie Sandiford had initially began a speech, but soon forgot her words, blaming her blunder on having too much drink. 

    Gone but not forgotten: Meanwhile, Gogglebox paid tribute to the stars of the show who've passed away in recent years as they scooped the Factual award

    Gone but not forgotten: Meanwhile, Gogglebox paid tribute to the stars of the show who’ve passed away in recent years as they scooped the Factual award

    Whoops: Fellow show star Sophie Sandiford had initially began a speech, but soon forgot her words, blaming her blunder on having too much drink

    Whoops: Fellow show star Sophie Sandiford had initially began a speech, but soon forgot her words, blaming her blunder on having too much drink

    Happy days: Julie's husband Tom put on a very animated display as he larked about with host Joel Dommett

    Happy days: Julie’s husband Tom put on a very animated display as he larked about with host Joel Dommett

    Celebrations: The foursome appeared delighted as they celebrated their big win

    Celebrations: The foursome appeared delighted as they celebrated their big win

    Her brother Pete then took over as he thanked the cast, crew and fans, before handing over to Julie. 

    Elsewhere, in a funny moment, Jude Riordan couldn’t even reach the microphone as he accepted his award for Best Newcomer for his performance on Coronation Street – making him the youngest ever winner at the event. 

    The 10-year-old had to be lifted by host Joel Dommett so he could give his speech in the hilarious moment at the ceremony. 

    He said in his speech: ‘Oh my word this is amazing! I would just like to say thankyou to all my fans for voting for me, and all my Corrie cast and crew for helping me, and my family for supporting me and yeah that’s mainly it – thankyou guys!’ 

    Funny: Jude Riordan, 10, couldn't even reach the microphone as he accepted his award for Best Newcomer for his performance on Coronation Street - making him the youngest ever winner at the event

    Funny: Jude Riordan, 10, couldn’t even reach the microphone as he accepted his award for Best Newcomer for his performance on Coronation Street – making him the youngest ever winner at the event

     Winner! He had to be lifted by host Joel Dommett so he could give his speech in the hilarious moment at the ceremony which is being held at the O2 Arena in London

    Thrilled: He said in his speech: 'Oh my word this is amazing! I would just like to say thankyou to all my fans for voting for me, and all my Corrie cast and crew for helping me, and my family for supporting me and yeah that’s mainly it - thankyou guys!'

    Thrilled: He said in his speech: ‘Oh my word this is amazing! I would just like to say thankyou to all my fans for voting for me, and all my Corrie cast and crew for helping me, and my family for supporting me and yeah that’s mainly it – thankyou guys!’

    He exclusively told MailOnline after his speech: ‘It was very scary on stage, but I enjoyed it. I feel great. 

    ‘I think oh my god I’ve actually won this. My mums proud. They’re all really nice and supportive on Corrie. Sam is a fun character to play and gives me so many great scenes.’ 

    Meanwhile, Olly Alexander said making It’s a Sin was ‘one of the greatest experiences of his life’ after it won the New Drama Award at the National Television Awards.

    Show creator Russell T Davies told MailOnline selling the show was not easy and one unnamed TV executive even referred to it as ‘that miserable AIDS drama’. 

    Proud: Olly Alexander said making It's a Sin was 'one of the greatest experiences of his life' after it won the New Drama Award at the National Television Awards

    Proud: Olly Alexander said making It’s a Sin was ‘one of the greatest experiences of his life’ after it won the New Drama Award at the National Television Awards

    Show: Creator Russell T Davies told MailOnline selling the show was not easy and one unnamed TV executive even referred to it as 'that miserable AIDS drama'

    Show: Creator Russell T Davies told MailOnline selling the show was not easy and one unnamed TV executive even referred to it as ‘that miserable AIDS drama’

    Olly said: 'It was one of the greatest experiences of my life. It's created a conversation that I'm amazed to be a part of. A global conversation'

    Olly said: ‘It was one of the greatest experiences of my life. It’s created a conversation that I’m amazed to be a part of. A global conversation’

    Speaking after the drama won, show star Olly said: ‘It was one of the greatest experiences of my life. It’s created a conversation that I’m amazed to be a part of. A global conversation.’

    It’s a Sin was turned down by both the BBC and ITV before it eventually found a home at Channel 4.

    Asked why he kept persisting to have the show aired after being rejected, Russell said: ‘It’s my job to persist if something doesn’t get made you keep going. I believed in it.

    ‘One television executive referred to it as “that miserable AIDS drama”. He won’t be able to lick my trophy now!’    

    He added: ‘It’s a drama about aids about a minority subject so it’s astonishing that it won on a mainstream show. A lot of it was based on my life Jill (who’s here)

    Award winner: Ricky Gervais accepted the award for his Netflix show After Life, which won the Comedy prize on the night

    Award winner: Ricky Gervais accepted the award for his Netflix show After Life, which won the Comedy prize on the night

    Surprised: 'I’m really surprised by this - I thought it’s not my demographic this show. It’s lovely thank you,' he said afterwards. 'This made the two hour car journey here worth it! The cast are great but I take all the credit!'

    Surprised: ‘I’m really surprised by this – I thought it’s not my demographic this show. It’s lovely thank you,’ he said afterwards. ‘This made the two hour car journey here worth it! The cast are great but I take all the credit!’

    Support: Ricky was supported by partner Jane Fallon as the news was announced

    Support: Ricky was supported by partner Jane Fallon as the news was announced

    Fun times: The star larked about and pulled faces backstage as he posed with his prize

    Silly: Ricky pulled numerous silly faces backstage

    Fun times: The star larked about and pulled faces backstage as he posed with his prize

    ‘It’s nice to say that behind us are so many charities and activists and fundraisers so we’re aware of the privilege of being their spokespeople.’ 

    Ricky Gervais accepted the award for his Netflix show After Life, which won the Comedy prize on the night.

    ‘I’m really surprised by this – I thought it’s not my demographic this show. It’s lovely thank you,’ he said afterwards. ‘This made the two hour car journey here worth it! The cast are great but I take all the credit!’

    He updated those eager to know about the third series, saying: ‘Season three will be as close to Christmas as we can. It’s the best one yet. It’s nearly finished. Very pleased with it. We did it through Covid so was a double pleasure.’

    He quipped: ‘The dog does not die, everyone else does!’

    He went on: ‘I’m still surprised how well the show does around the world. It’s a show about a guy who kills himself because his wife died from cancer. People who are grieving approach me on the street and say how much the show helped them.’

    Waltzing off with the prize: Other big winners on the night included Strictly Come Dancing, who were awarded the prize for Best Talent Show

    Waltzing off with the prize: Other big winners on the night included Strictly Come Dancing, who were awarded the prize for Best Talent Show

    Group: Janette Manrara stunned in a ruffled salmon dress as she was joined by stars from the last series including Nicola Adams, JJ Chalmers, Jamie Liang and HRVY

    Group: Janette Manrara stunned in a ruffled salmon dress as she was joined by stars from the last series including Nicola Adams, JJ Chalmers, Jamie Liang and HRVY

    Risinbg to the challenge: The Great British Bake Off also won in the Challenge Show category, with show stars Peter Sawkins and Laura Adlington taking to the stage

    Risinbg to the challenge: The Great British Bake Off also won in the Challenge Show category, with show stars Peter Sawkins and Laura Adlington taking to the stage

    Can't believe it: Baker Laura, who stunned in a cobalt blue gown, looked over the moon as she clutched their award

    Can’t believe it: Baker Laura, who stunned in a cobalt blue gown, looked over the moon as she clutched their award

    Other big winners on the night included Strictly Come Dancing, who were awarded the prize for Best Talent Show.

    Professional dancer Janette Manrara, who was recently announced as the new host for spin-off show It Takes Two, took the lead as she thanked fans for voting.

    The beauty stunned in a ruffled salmon dress as she was joined by stars from the last series including Nicola Adams, JJ Chalmers, Jamie Liang and HRVY.

    The Great British Bake Off also won in the Challenge Show category, with show stars Peter Sawkins and Laura Adlington taking to the stage. 

    Nice one: Meanwhile, David Tennant, scooped the best Drama Performance prize for his portrayal of Dennis Nilsen in drama Des

    Dapper: The actor cut a sharp figure in a bright blue suit and yellow tie

    Nice one: Meanwhile, David Tennant, scooped the best Drama Performance prize for his portrayal of Dennis Nilsen in drama Des

    Nice to see you? David went to embrace Michael Sheen, who presented him with his award

    Nice to see you? David went to embrace Michael Sheen, who presented him with his award

    Stellar work: While Coronation Street's Mollie Gallagher was overwhelmed as she won the best Serial Drama Performance for playing Nina Lucas in the ITV soap

    Stellar work: While Coronation Street’s Mollie Gallagher was overwhelmed as she won the best Serial Drama Performance for playing Nina Lucas in the ITV soap

    I did it! The actress was in a very chipper mood as she posed with her prize while wowing in a purple and black gothic-style gown with tulle overlay

    I did it! The actress was in a very chipper mood as she posed with her prize while wowing in a purple and black gothic-style gown with tulle overlay

    Meanwhile, David Tennant, scooped the best Drama Performance prize for his portrayal of Dennis Nilsen in drama Des.

    While Coronation Street’s Mollie Gallagher was overwhelmed as she won the best Serial Drama Performance for playing Nina Lucas in the ITV soap.

    She said in her speech: ‘Massive thank you to my mum, my dad, my auntie and uncle and my boyfriend. You’ve been so supportive.

    ‘And I just want to dedicate this award to anyone who feels like they don’t fit the mould or they feel like they don’t belong. You’re amazing as you are.’

    Soaper-stars: There were extra celebrations for Corrie as the soap bagged the coveted Serial Drama award, warding off rivals EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks

    Soaper-stars: There were extra celebrations for Corrie as the soap bagged the coveted Serial Drama award, warding off rivals EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks

    Elated: The cast and crew were overjoyed after winning the Serial Drama award

    Elated: The cast and crew were overjoyed after winning the Serial Drama award

    'It means everything': Taking the helm, Sally Carmen, who portrays Abi Franklin, said: 'Oh my goodness, thank you so so much for voting for us, it means everything it really, really does'

    ‘It means everything’: Taking the helm, Sally Carmen, who portrays Abi Franklin, said: ‘Oh my goodness, thank you so so much for voting for us, it means everything it really, really does’

    Wonderful: 'The past year has been so difficult with lockdown as you all know, and we've worked so hard in every department. The actors, the crew, the make-up department, everyone in production. It's a real team effort on Coronation Street'

    Wonderful: ‘The past year has been so difficult with lockdown as you all know, and we’ve worked so hard in every department. The actors, the crew, the make-up department, everyone in production. It’s a real team effort on Coronation Street’

    There were extra celebrations for Corrie as the soap bagged the coveted Serial Drama award, warding off rivals EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks. 

    Taking the helm, Sally Carmen, who portrays Abi Franklin, said: ‘Oh my goodness, thank you so so much for voting for us, it means everything it really, really does.

    ‘The past year has been so difficult with lockdown as you all know, and we’ve worked so hard in every department. The actors, the crew, the make-up department, everyone in production. It’s a real team effort on Coronation Street.’

    She went on: ‘I adore my job and not only do we all work together really well but I get to call these people my friends.

    Victors: Beat The Chasers also emerged victorious, beating off competition from Celebrity Catchphrase, In For A Penny and Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel in the Quiz Show category

    Victors: Beat The Chasers also emerged victorious, beating off competition from Celebrity Catchphrase, In For A Penny and Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel in the Quiz Show category

    Geniuses: Chasers Shaun Wallace, Anne Hegerty, Darragh Ennis and Jenny Ryan posed for a snap after winning in the Quiz Show category

    Geniuses: Chasers Shaun Wallace, Anne Hegerty, Darragh Ennis and Jenny Ryan posed for a snap after winning in the Quiz Show category

    Host with the most: Comedian Joel Dommett kicked off the 2021 ceremony, celebrating the return of live in-person shows amid the COVID-19 pandemic

    Host with the most: Comedian Joel Dommett kicked off the 2021 ceremony, celebrating the return of live in-person shows amid the COVID-19 pandemic

    ‘On behalf of everyone at Coronation Street, thank you so much, this means everything. Thank you!’

    Beat The Chasers also emerged victorious, beating off competition from Celebrity Catchphrase, In For A Penny and Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel in the Quiz Show category.

     

     

    NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2021: THE WINNERS

    Challenge Show 

    Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins

    Love Island

    WINNER: The Great British Bake Off

    The Great British Sewing Bee

    New Drama

    Bridgerton

    Des

    WINNER: It’s A Sin

    Normal People

    Talent Show

    Britain’s Got Talent

    RuPaul’s Drag Race UK

    WINNER: Strictly Come Dancing

    The Masked Singer

    Tasty! Bake Off won the Challenge Show prize

    Tasty! Bake Off won the Challenge Show prize 

    Authored Documentary

    WINNER: Kate Garraway: Finding Derek

    Katie Price: Harvey and Me

    Marcus Rashford: Feeding Britain’s Children

    Rob Burrow: My Year With MND

    Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency

    Touching: The Authored Documentary winner was Kate Garraway: Finding Derek

    Returning Drama

    Call the Midwife

    WINNER: Line of Duty

    The Crown

    Unforgotten

    TV Presenter

    Alison Hammond

    WINNER: Ant and Dec

    Bradley Walsh

    Holly Willoughby

    Piers Morgan

    Factual

    Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death

    WINNER: Gogglebox

    Gordon, Gino and Fred: American Road Trip

    Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs

    Drama Performance

    Adrian Dunbar, Ted Hastings, Line of Duty

    WINNER: David Tennant, Dennis Nilsen, Des

    Martin Compston, Steve Arnott, Line of Duty

    Olly Alexander, Ritchie Tozer, It’s A Sin

    Vicky McClure, Kate Fleming, Line of Duty

     

    The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award

    Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

    WINNER: I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

    Taskmaster

    The Graham Norton Show

    You lose some, you win some! Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway was up for a prize, but the duo’s other show, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! scooped the gong

    Serial Drama

    WINNER: Coronation Street

    EastEnders

    Emmerdale

    Hollyoaks

    Serial Drama Performance

    Billy Price, Sid Sumner, Hollyoaks

    Danny Dyer, Mick Carter, EastEnders

    WINNER: Mollie Gallagher, Nina Lucas, Coronation Street

    Sally Carman, Abi Franklin, Coronation Street

    Quiz Game Show

    WINNER: Beat The Chasers

    Celebrity Catchphrase

    In For A Penny

    Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel

    Newcomer

    Emile John, Ethan Anderson, Emmerdale 

    WINNER: Jude Riordan, Sam Blakeman, Coronation Street

    Olivia D’Lima, Paramedic Fenisha Khatri, Casualty

    Rhiannon Clements, Summer Ranger, Hollyoaks

    Rose Ayling-Ellis, Frankie Lewis, EastEnders

    Winner! Mollie Gallagher, who plays Nina Lucas in Coronation Street, bagged herself a gong

    Daytime

    Loose Women

    The Chase

    The Repair Shop

    WINNER: This Morning

    Comedy

    WINNER: After Life

    Friday Night Dinner

    Sex Education

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