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Thrilled; Declan Donnelly joined his Britain's Got Talent co-stars in accepting Best Entertainment Programme at the British Academy Television Awards on Sunday Beaming: Dec's appearance was the star's first red carpet arrival without his presenting partner Ant McPartlin Jovial: Dec appeared to be in great.
'All of the nans, the grandads, the younger people, the middle-aged people who come up to me in the street don't want to talk about football.
Joining forces: Abbey posed alongside fellow presenter Emma Willis on the red carpet, putting on an animated display.A huge thank you to all the Islanders for giving so much of themselves.' Leading ladies: The Crown stars Claire Foy (left and right) and Vanessa Kirby (centre) were in attendance Hotly anticipated: Popular programme The Crown is expected to win big on the night.Stunning in silver: Binky exuded confidence in her flowing silk dress, accessorised with matching heels.Rob Brydon - The Trip to Spain.Stunning: Vanessa Kirby scooped Best Supporting Actress for her role as Princess Margaret in The Crown Legend: Despite Blue Planet II losing out for Specialist Factual, fans had some consolation that it won the viewer-voted Must-See TV Moment Elated: Singer Jane McDonald accepted the award for.She will be in my shoulder all the way!'.Meanwhile, the stars were out in force at Sunday night's 2018 Virgin TV baftas, held at London's Royal Festival Hall.In a star-studded evening honouring the best and brightest in TV, Dec took to the stage without his presenting partner Ant McPartlin for the show in London's Royal Festival Hall.Leading actor, jack Rowan - Born to Kill.'I've had marvellous colleagues, great support from the BBC, but over all those years I've learned one thing: It's an absolute privilege to be a reporter thank you.' Sensational: Daisy also made a dramatic impact by sporting a football shirt-themed dress and matching sock-style boots.Also putting in glamorous appearances were Lucy Mecklenburgh, discount appliances dundalk Laura Whitmore and Amanda Holden, who turned heads in bold and bright gowns.And I also think it's important in a democracy, that we tell it like.Advertisement, liv, who played Ruby Bowen in the BBC1 mini-series about the sexual abuse of teenage girls in Rochdale, is up for Best Supporting Actress alongside Brokens Anna Friel, Broadchurchs Julie Hesmondhalgh and The Crowns Vanessa Kirby.Former Made In Chelsea star Binky was also one of the best dressed on the night, donning favourite to win strictly 2014 a silver silk dress with a daring thigh-high split.




But to be fair: she is a teenager, and the news broke.30am in the morning.Additional names are yet to be confirmed.The You've Been Framed star was one of many celebrities to bring attention to the Times Up movement with a campaign pin - which aims to end inequality and sexual harassment in the entertainment industry.Britains Got Talent, winner, michael McIntyres Big Show, the Voice.She said: 'If there's one thing this year has taught us, if anyone can beat off horrible grotesque monsters, it's an actress.' Red hot: Alesha Dixon stunned in a bright dress with a one-shoulder style, looking ravishing in red Gorgeous: The BGT stunner wore her.Also opting for an eye-catching shade was Laura, who looked lovely in a bright yellow column dress featuring lace embellishment on the hips.Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda was the belle of the ball in a fuchsia dress featuring a full, floor-skimming skirt.'If people came to this programme it's because of you.
Revealing: Abbey flashed a hint of sideboob in her jewel embellished dress, boasting lace ruffles on the sleeves.



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Taking a stand: The You've Been Framed star was one of many celebrities to bring attention to the Times Up movement with a campaign pin Claire Foy has been named in the category for Leading Actress for the second consecutive for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth.
I spent my working life at the BBC starting in local radio, but in my very first months at the BBC.' Back in her early days Kate said she earned her big break as a local weather presenter, but due to a lack of resources.

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