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23 Jan 19
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Leomie Anderson was left furious on Tuesday night after the audience failed to applaud her when she strutted on stage at the National Television Awards at the 02. 

The Victoria’s Secret model, 25, was presenting the Talent Award and was aghast by the frosty reception, telling the crowd ‘come on guys let’s have a round of applause for these legs’.

Viewers took to Twitter in their droves following the awkward interaction, with some labelling her an ‘attention-seeker

23 Jan 19
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Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were very hungover on This Morning on Wednesday, with a green-looking Phillip almost vomiting into his helmet. 

The co-hosts turned up to work on motorbikes, driving directly into the studio after beating the likes of GMB to Best Daytime show, for the ninth year running.

Earlier, the pair failed to show their faces on the screen as they reached for the aspirin, during a teaser, with a tagline reading: ‘We’re live at 10.30, hopefully.’  

23 Jan 19
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Bodyguard’s Richard Madden paid a touching tribute to co-star Keeley Hawes at the National Television Awards on Tuesday night, as he scooped the coveted prize for Best Drama Performance.

The Scottish actor branded his job a privilege after left speechless by the prize, which came after the record-breaking BBC miniseries also scooped the award for Best New Drama.

This also came as Richard teased that a second series of Bodyguard was already in the works, as he told Digital Spy showrunner Jed Mercurio was ‘in talks’ for a follow-up.

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23 Jan 19
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He claimed that he would take a year off if Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly won Best TV presenters at the NTAs, held at London’s 02 arena on Tuesday.

And Piers Morgan, 53, told Good Morning Britain viewers on Wednesday that he was ‘livid’ with the outcome the next day.

He said: ‘It was Ant McPartlin’s speech that really cemented it for me. You mean, seriously, he hasn’t been on TV for a year. The only time he gets out of bed in the morning is to walk the dog! 

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23 Jan 19
The Irish Sun
THE National Television Awards are over for another year – but with them came lots of winners and of course the usual on-air gaffes. We have your essential guide to the highlights of the NTAs 2019. Dermot O’Leary opened the show with John Barrowman Who were the big winners of the NTAs? The awards saw 15 winners take home one of the coveted gongs. Here are the big winners of the night: Best TV Presenter Ant & Dec – WINNER Ant was genuinely shocked when it was revealed that the comedy duo had won the award, despite his recent troubles. Bradley Walsh Graham Norton Holly Willoughby Phillip Schofield Best Serial Drama: Emmerdale – WINNER, the long-running soap took home the coveted award Coronation Street EastEnders Hollyoaks Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Danny Dyer – EastEnders – WINNER, the actor who plays Mick Carter gave an emotional speech upon receiving his award, filled with expletives. Emma Atkins – Emmerdale Jack P. Shepherd – Coronation Street Lucy Pargeter – Emmerdale Bonnie Langford – EastEnders The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! – WINNER – The stars flocked to the stage to celebrate while Holly thanked everyone on behalf of Ant and Dec. Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway Love Island All Round to Mrs Brown’s The Graham Norton Show Best Daytime Good Morning Britain Loose Women Sunday Brunch The Jeremy Kyle Show This Morning – WINNER – Phil and Holly have done it again and they really do just have one of the best daytime TV shows EVER Best Drama Performance Cillian Murphy, Thomas Shelby, Peaky Blinders Jodie Comer, Villanelle, Killing Eve Jodie Whittaker, The Doctor, Doctor Who Michelle Keegan, L. Cpl Georgie Lane, Our Girl Richard Madden, Sgt David Budd, Bodyguard – WINNER Richard is riding high at the moment following the success of Bodyguard Get the FULL list of winners here. What were the big moments of the NTAs 2019? This year’s show brought the audience a night of gaffes and entertainment. Here’s a rundown of the best bits from the NTAs which took place on January 22, 2018. Dermot O’Leary’s dig at Holly Willoughby Host Dermot O’Leary opened the night with a cheeky dig at Holly Willoughby The show had barely started when host Dermot took a playful dig at fellow presenter Holly Willoughby. Referring to Holly’s increasing popularity, he made a quip that she could be after his NTA hosting gig next year. Taking a playful swipe at the This Morning host, he quipped the event was “one of the few shows on ITV not hosted by Holly Willoughby”. Piers got in a grump Piers Morgan was furious not to have won the National Television Award Piers Morgan was left furious This Morning beat Good Morning Britain to win a National Television Award. The controversial presenter put on a thunderous face as his arch rivals Holly and Phil scooped the prize for Best Daytime Show. Phillip said on collecting the award: “Thank you so, so much for voting for us. We never take it for granted. Our This Morning family are amazing.” Harry and Jamie Redknapp stole the show Harry Redknapp and his son Jamie were a big hit with the audience Father and son duo Harry and Jamie Redknapp got one of the biggest cheers of the night when they headed on stage to present an award. The pair shared a joke, where Jamie asked his dad why he was helping him to give out an award. To which the I’m a Celeb champ joked: “It’s because Sandra (his wife) is at home cooking me jam roly -poly!” Dani and Jack being “backstage” Jack and Dani were meant to be “backstage” The Love Island winners were meant to be hosting the backstage gossip. However, when host Dermot introduced them being “backstage” (which was meant to be live), producers failed to spot that Jack and Dani were quite visible in the audience shortly after the clip was played. Oops. Danny Divito got booed Danny DeVito was booed for his football comments Legendary star Danny DeVito was booed when he introduced the Best Drama Performance award. The Hollywood actor hit out at the “not nice” audience for booing him when he began to talk about football while on stage. Before making the award, he told the audience: “This is a big week for me this week. It’s really nice for me to be here. “I’ve got tryouts. I’m going to get Petr Cech’s job. Go Arsenal.” He added to the audience “you’re not nice” as they booed his seeming support for Arsenal. Danny Dyer dropped the f-bomb (of course) Danny hilariously swore as he dedicated his award to Harold Pinter The blunders continued when Danny Dyer picked up the award for Best Serial Drama Performance. The actor struggled to hold back tears during his emotional speech, while also dropping an awkward f-bomb. Choking up he said: “I can’t believe that wow! Thank you! I want to thank all my EastEnders mob over there you’re like my brothers and sisters, I just want to say to all you young kids living out there in poverty who don’t think they’ve got a right to dream or hope, do not let that define where you’re going in life, you can whoever you want to be. “I want to dedicate this award to Harold Pinter, he believed in me when no one else did.” But as he spoke movingly about the late writer, Danny couldn’t finish his sentence and swore instead. He said: “I’m getting all f***ing emotional, I don’t know what’s the matter with me, for f***’s sake.” Ant and Dec scoop Best Presenter Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly accept their NTA award Ant admitted he was “genuinely shocked” as he accepted the award with his presenting partner Declan Donnelly. The duo got the gong despite Ant being absent from his presenting duties most of the year, due to his legal troubles. “Thank you this is a genuine shock, especially this year,” he said. “I’m shaking here, we want to say thank you to everybody, I really don’t feel like I can accept this this year. “The one reason we’ve won the award this year is because of this guy, his hard work, dedication, wit, funniness and being the best mate there is out there, I love you man, well done. Ant then pulled Dec in for a hug and said: “It’s good to be back well done pal.” Ant and Dec were not at the awards bash because they are tied up filming BGT but accepted the award from the London Palladium. [boxout headline=”The big winners from the NTAs”] TV Presenter Ant & Dec – WINNER Bradley Walsh Graham Norton Holly Willoughby Phillip Schofield Best Serial Drama Emmerdale – WINNER Coronation Street EastEnders Hollyoaks Best Comedy Peter Kay’s Car Share – WINNER Benidorm Mrs Brown’s Boys The Big Bang Theory Jack Whitehall: Travels with my Father Best Quiz Show The Chase – WINNER Pointless 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown A League Of Their Own Catchphrase Best Drama Peaky Blinders – WINNER Call The Midwife Doctor Who Our Girl Casualty Best New Drama Bodyguard – WINNER Killing Eve Girlfriends A Discovery Of Witches The Cry The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! – WINNER Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway Love Island All Round to Mrs Brown’s The Graham Norton Show Best TV Judge David Walliams – Britain’s Got Talent – WINNER Louis Tomlinson – The X Factor Robert Rinder – Judge Rinder Simon Cowell – Britain’s Got Talent/The X Factor Robbie Williams – The X Factor Factual Entertainment Ambulance DIY SOS: The Big Build Gogglebox Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs – WINNER The Great British Bake Off Best Newcomer Aedan Duckworth – Oliver Morgan, Hollyoaks Alexandra Mardell – Emma Brooker, Coronation Street James Moore – Ryan Stocks, Emmerdale – WINNER Newt Mohan – Dr Rashid “Rash” Masum, Casualty Ricky Champ – Stuart Highway, EastEnders Best Daytime Good Morning Britain Loose Women Sunday Brunch The Jeremy Kyle Show This Morning – WINNER [/boxout] [article-rail-topic title=”More on the NTAs” term_id=”14125″ posts_number=”12″ /] Talking off camera We’re not sure what was going on with the sound mixer last night, but there was A LOT of talking off camera that could be heard by the audience. It all started when This Morning won Best Daytime, and Dermot could be heard talking to Holly off-mic. Later, viewers could then hear the host as he chatted to Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds star Lily as nominations were announced. Danny DeVito was also not spared the curse of the errant mic as he took to the stage. His voice could be heard as the nominations VT aired, with the Hollywood legend sounding confused as he asked a producer: “Oh you want me to say the names? They asked me not to say the names.” [bc_video video_id=”5992560388001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Hollywood actor Danny DeVito booed over gaffe packed NTAs speech”]      
23 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
THE National Television Awards are over for another year – but with them came lots of winners and of course the usual on-air gaffes. We have your essential guide to the highlights of the NTAs 2019. Dermot O’Leary opened the show with John Barrowman Who were the big winners of the NTAs? The awards saw 15 winners take home one of the coveted gongs. Here are the big winners of the night: Best TV Presenter Ant & Dec – WINNER Ant was genuinely shocked when it was revealed that the comedy duo had won the award, despite his recent troubles. Bradley Walsh Graham Norton Holly Willoughby Phillip Schofield Best Serial Drama: Emmerdale – WINNER, the long-running soap took home the coveted award Coronation Street EastEnders Hollyoaks Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Danny Dyer – EastEnders – WINNER, the actor who plays Mick Carter gave an emotional speech upon receiving his award, filled with expletives. Emma Atkins – Emmerdale Jack P. Shepherd – Coronation Street Lucy Pargeter – Emmerdale Bonnie Langford – EastEnders The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! – WINNER – The stars flocked to the stage to celebrate while Holly thanked everyone on behalf of Ant and Dec. Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway Love Island All Round to Mrs Brown’s The Graham Norton Show Best Daytime Good Morning Britain Loose Women Sunday Brunch The Jeremy Kyle Show This Morning – WINNER – Phil and Holly have done it again and they really do just have one of the best daytime TV shows EVER Best Drama Performance Cillian Murphy, Thomas Shelby, Peaky Blinders Jodie Comer, Villanelle, Killing Eve Jodie Whittaker, The Doctor, Doctor Who Michelle Keegan, L. Cpl Georgie Lane, Our Girl Richard Madden, Sgt David Budd, Bodyguard – WINNER Richard is riding high at the moment following the success of Bodyguard Get the FULL list of winners here. What were the big moments of the NTAs 2019? This year’s show brought the audience a night of gaffes and entertainment. Here’s a rundown of the best bits from the NTAs which took place on January 22, 2018. Dermot O’Leary’s dig at Holly Willoughby Host Dermot O’Leary opened the night with a cheeky dig at Holly Willoughby The show had barely started when host Dermot took a playful dig at fellow presenter Holly Willoughby. Referring to Holly’s increasing popularity, he made a quip that she could be after his NTA hosting gig next year. Taking a playful swipe at the This Morning host, he quipped the event was “one of the few shows on ITV not hosted by Holly Willoughby”. Piers got in a grump Piers Morgan was furious not to have won the National Television Award Piers Morgan was left furious This Morning beat Good Morning Britain to win a National Television Award. The controversial presenter put on a thunderous face as his arch rivals Holly and Phil scooped the prize for Best Daytime Show. Phillip said on collecting the award: “Thank you so, so much for voting for us. We never take it for granted. Our This Morning family are amazing.” Harry and Jamie Redknapp stole the show Harry Redknapp and his son Jamie were a big hit with the audience Father and son duo Harry and Jamie Redknapp got one of the biggest cheers of the night when they headed on stage to present an award. The pair shared a joke, where Jamie asked his dad why he was helping him to give out an award. To which the I’m a Celeb champ joked: “It’s because Sandra (his wife) is at home cooking me jam roly -poly!” Dani and Jack being “backstage” Jack and Dani were meant to be “backstage” The Love Island winners were meant to be hosting the backstage gossip. However, when host Dermot introduced them being “backstage” (which was meant to be live), producers failed to spot that Jack and Dani were quite visible in the audience shortly after the clip was played. Oops. Danny Divito got booed Danny DeVito was booed for his football comments Legendary star Danny DeVito was booed when he introduced the Best Drama Performance award. The Hollywood actor hit out at the “not nice” audience for booing him when he began to talk about football while on stage. Before making the award, he told the audience: “This is a big week for me this week. It’s really nice for me to be here. “I’ve got tryouts. I’m going to get Petr Cech’s job. Go Arsenal.” He added to the audience “you’re not nice” as they booed his seeming support for Arsenal. Danny Dyer dropped the f-bomb (of course) Danny hilariously swore as he dedicated his award to Harold Pinter The blunders continued when Danny Dyer picked up the award for Best Serial Drama Performance. The actor struggled to hold back tears during his emotional speech, while also dropping an awkward f-bomb. Choking up he said: “I can’t believe that wow! Thank you! I want to thank all my EastEnders mob over there you’re like my brothers and sisters, I just want to say to all you young kids living out there in poverty who don’t think they’ve got a right to dream or hope, do not let that define where you’re going in life, you can whoever you want to be. “I want to dedicate this award to Harold Pinter, he believed in me when no one else did.” But as he spoke movingly about the late writer, Danny couldn’t finish his sentence and swore instead. He said: “I’m getting all f***ing emotional, I don’t know what’s the matter with me, for f***’s sake.” Ant and Dec scoop Best Presenter Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly accept their NTA award Ant admitted he was “genuinely shocked” as he accepted the award with his presenting partner Declan Donnelly. The duo got the gong despite Ant being absent from his presenting duties most of the year, due to his legal troubles. “Thank you this is a genuine shock, especially this year,” he said. “I’m shaking here, we want to say thank you to everybody, I really don’t feel like I can accept this this year. “The one reason we’ve won the award this year is because of this guy, his hard work, dedication, wit, funniness and being the best mate there is out there, I love you man, well done. Ant then pulled Dec in for a hug and said: “It’s good to be back well done pal.” Ant and Dec were not at the awards bash because they are tied up filming BGT but accepted the award from the London Palladium. [boxout headline=”The big winners from the NTAs”] TV Presenter Ant & Dec – WINNER Bradley Walsh Graham Norton Holly Willoughby Phillip Schofield Best Serial Drama Emmerdale – WINNER Coronation Street EastEnders Hollyoaks Best Comedy Peter Kay’s Car Share – WINNER Benidorm Mrs Brown’s Boys The Big Bang Theory Jack Whitehall: Travels with my Father Best Quiz Show The Chase – WINNER Pointless 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown A League Of Their Own Catchphrase Best Drama Peaky Blinders – WINNER Call The Midwife Doctor Who Our Girl Casualty Best New Drama Bodyguard – WINNER Killing Eve Girlfriends A Discovery Of Witches The Cry The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! – WINNER Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway Love Island All Round to Mrs Brown’s The Graham Norton Show Best TV Judge David Walliams – Britain’s Got Talent – WINNER Louis Tomlinson – The X Factor Robert Rinder – Judge Rinder Simon Cowell – Britain’s Got Talent/The X Factor Robbie Williams – The X Factor Factual Entertainment Ambulance DIY SOS: The Big Build Gogglebox Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs – WINNER The Great British Bake Off Best Newcomer Aedan Duckworth – Oliver Morgan, Hollyoaks Alexandra Mardell – Emma Brooker, Coronation Street James Moore – Ryan Stocks, Emmerdale – WINNER Newt Mohan – Dr Rashid “Rash” Masum, Casualty Ricky Champ – Stuart Highway, EastEnders Best Daytime Good Morning Britain Loose Women Sunday Brunch The Jeremy Kyle Show This Morning – WINNER [/boxout] [article-rail-topic title=”More on the NTAs” term_id=”14125″ posts_number=”12″ /] Talking off camera We’re not sure what was going on with the sound mixer last night, but there was A LOT of talking off camera that could be heard by the audience. It all started when This Morning won Best Daytime, and Dermot could be heard talking to Holly off-mic. Later, viewers could then hear the host as he chatted to Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds star Lily as nominations were announced. Danny DeVito was also not spared the curse of the errant mic as he took to the stage. His voice could be heard as the nominations VT aired, with the Hollywood legend sounding confused as he asked a producer: “Oh you want me to say the names? They asked me not to say the names.” [bc_video video_id=”5992560388001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Hollywood actor Danny DeVito booed over gaffe packed NTAs speech”]      
23 Jan 19
The Sun
THE National Television Awards are over for another year – but with them came lots of winners and of course the usual on-air gaffes. We have your essential guide to the highlights of the NTAs 2019. Dermot O’Leary opened the show with John Barrowman Who were the big winners of the NTAs? The awards saw 15 winners take home one of the coveted gongs. Here are the big winners of the night: Best TV Presenter Ant & Dec – WINNER Ant was genuinely shocked when it was revealed that the comedy duo had won the award, despite his recent troubles. Bradley Walsh Graham Norton Holly Willoughby Phillip Schofield Best Serial Drama: Emmerdale – WINNER, the long-running soap took home the coveted award Coronation Street EastEnders Hollyoaks Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Danny Dyer – EastEnders – WINNER, the actor who plays Mick Carter gave an emotional speech upon receiving his award, filled with expletives. Emma Atkins – Emmerdale Jack P. Shepherd – Coronation Street Lucy Pargeter – Emmerdale Bonnie Langford – EastEnders The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! – WINNER – The stars flocked to the stage to celebrate while Holly thanked everyone on behalf of Ant and Dec. Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway Love Island All Round to Mrs Brown’s The Graham Norton Show Best Daytime Good Morning Britain Loose Women Sunday Brunch The Jeremy Kyle Show This Morning – WINNER – Phil and Holly have done it again and they really do just have one of the best daytime TV shows EVER Best Drama Performance Cillian Murphy, Thomas Shelby, Peaky Blinders Jodie Comer, Villanelle, Killing Eve Jodie Whittaker, The Doctor, Doctor Who Michelle Keegan, L. Cpl Georgie Lane, Our Girl Richard Madden, Sgt David Budd, Bodyguard – WINNER Richard is riding high at the moment following the success of Bodyguard Get the FULL list of winners here. What were the big moments of the NTAs 2019? This year’s show brought the audience a night of gaffes and entertainment. Here’s a rundown of the best bits from the NTAs which took place on January 22, 2018. Dermot O’Leary’s dig at Holly Willoughby Host Dermot O’Leary opened the night with a cheeky dig at Holly Willoughby The show had barely started when host Dermot took a playful dig at fellow presenter Holly Willoughby. Referring to Holly’s increasing popularity, he made a quip that she could be after his NTA hosting gig next year. Taking a playful swipe at the This Morning host, he quipped the event was “one of the few shows on ITV not hosted by Holly Willoughby”. Piers got in a grump Piers Morgan was furious not to have won the National Television Award Piers Morgan was left furious This Morning beat Good Morning Britain to win a National Television Award. The controversial presenter put on a thunderous face as his arch rivals Holly and Phil scooped the prize for Best Daytime Show. Phillip said on collecting the award: “Thank you so, so much for voting for us. We never take it for granted. Our This Morning family are amazing.” Harry and Jamie Redknapp stole the show Harry Redknapp and his son Jamie were a big hit with the audience Father and son duo Harry and Jamie Redknapp got one of the biggest cheers of the night when they headed on stage to present an award. The pair shared a joke, where Jamie asked his dad why he was helping him to give out an award. To which the I’m a Celeb champ joked: “It’s because Sandra (his wife) is at home cooking me jam roly -poly!” Dani and Jack being “backstage” Jack and Dani were meant to be “backstage” The Love Island winners were meant to be hosting the backstage gossip. However, when host Dermot introduced them being “backstage” (which was meant to be live), producers failed to spot that Jack and Dani were quite visible in the audience shortly after the clip was played. Oops. Danny Divito got booed Danny DeVito was booed for his football comments Legendary star Danny DeVito was booed when he introduced the Best Drama Performance award. The Hollywood actor hit out at the “not nice” audience for booing him when he began to talk about football while on stage. Before making the award, he told the audience: “This is a big week for me this week. It’s really nice for me to be here. “I’ve got tryouts. I’m going to get Petr Cech’s job. Go Arsenal.” He added to the audience “you’re not nice” as they booed his seeming support for Arsenal. Danny Dyer dropped the f-bomb (of course) Danny hilariously swore as he dedicated his award to Harold Pinter The blunders continued when Danny Dyer picked up the award for Best Serial Drama Performance. The actor struggled to hold back tears during his emotional speech, while also dropping an awkward f-bomb. Choking up he said: “I can’t believe that wow! Thank you! I want to thank all my EastEnders mob over there you’re like my brothers and sisters, I just want to say to all you young kids living out there in poverty who don’t think they’ve got a right to dream or hope, do not let that define where you’re going in life, you can whoever you want to be. “I want to dedicate this award to Harold Pinter, he believed in me when no one else did.” But as he spoke movingly about the late writer, Danny couldn’t finish his sentence and swore instead. He said: “I’m getting all f***ing emotional, I don’t know what’s the matter with me, for f***’s sake.” Ant and Dec scoop Best Presenter Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly accept their NTA award Ant admitted he was “genuinely shocked” as he accepted the award with his presenting partner Declan Donnelly. The duo got the gong despite Ant being absent from his presenting duties most of the year, due to his legal troubles. “Thank you this is a genuine shock, especially this year,” he said. “I’m shaking here, we want to say thank you to everybody, I really don’t feel like I can accept this this year. “The one reason we’ve won the award this year is because of this guy, his hard work, dedication, wit, funniness and being the best mate there is out there, I love you man, well done. Ant then pulled Dec in for a hug and said: “It’s good to be back well done pal.” Ant and Dec were not at the awards bash because they are tied up filming BGT but accepted the award from the London Palladium. [boxout headline=”The big winners from the NTAs”] TV Presenter Ant & Dec – WINNER Bradley Walsh Graham Norton Holly Willoughby Phillip Schofield Best Serial Drama Emmerdale – WINNER Coronation Street EastEnders Hollyoaks Best Comedy Peter Kay’s Car Share – WINNER Benidorm Mrs Brown’s Boys The Big Bang Theory Jack Whitehall: Travels with my Father Best Quiz Show The Chase – WINNER Pointless 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown A League Of Their Own Catchphrase Best Drama Peaky Blinders – WINNER Call The Midwife Doctor Who Our Girl Casualty Best New Drama Bodyguard – WINNER Killing Eve Girlfriends A Discovery Of Witches The Cry The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! – WINNER Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway Love Island All Round to Mrs Brown’s The Graham Norton Show Best TV Judge David Walliams – Britain’s Got Talent – WINNER Louis Tomlinson – The X Factor Robert Rinder – Judge Rinder Simon Cowell – Britain’s Got Talent/The X Factor Robbie Williams – The X Factor Factual Entertainment Ambulance DIY SOS: The Big Build Gogglebox Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs – WINNER The Great British Bake Off Best Newcomer Aedan Duckworth – Oliver Morgan, Hollyoaks Alexandra Mardell – Emma Brooker, Coronation Street James Moore – Ryan Stocks, Emmerdale – WINNER Newt Mohan – Dr Rashid “Rash” Masum, Casualty Ricky Champ – Stuart Highway, EastEnders Best Daytime Good Morning Britain Loose Women Sunday Brunch The Jeremy Kyle Show This Morning – WINNER [/boxout] [article-rail-topic title=”More on the NTAs” term_id=”14125″ posts_number=”12″ /] Talking off camera We’re not sure what was going on with the sound mixer last night, but there was A LOT of talking off camera that could be heard by the audience. It all started when This Morning won Best Daytime, and Dermot could be heard talking to Holly off-mic. Later, viewers could then hear the host as he chatted to Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds star Lily as nominations were announced. Danny DeVito was also not spared the curse of the errant mic as he took to the stage. His voice could be heard as the nominations VT aired, with the Hollywood legend sounding confused as he asked a producer: “Oh you want me to say the names? They asked me not to say the names.” [bc_video video_id=”5992560388001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Hollywood actor Danny DeVito booed over gaffe packed NTAs speech”]      
23 Jan 19
The Grumpy Owl Redux

So this is the first of my school essays that I’m posting here. I took an ethics class last year and this essay is from that course. I can’t, off the top of my head, remember the question that the essay is supposed to be answering – only that I found the essay saved under […]

23 Jan 19
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

He claimed that he would take a year off if Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly won Best TV presenters at the NTAs, held at London’s 02 arena on Tuesday.

And Piers Morgan, 53, told Good Morning Britain viewers on Wednesday that he was ‘livid’ with the outcome the next day.

He said: ‘It was Ant McPartlin’s speech that really cemented it for me. You mean, seriously, he hasn’t been on TV for a year. The only time he gets out of bed in the morning is to walk the dog! 

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23 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

He claimed he would take a year off if Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly won the best TV presenters at the NTAs that took place on Tuesday at the 02 Arena in London. And Piers Morgan, 53, told Good Morning Britain's viewers on Wednesday that he was "angry" with the result the next day. He […]

23 Jan 19
Outback Family History

These are Roll of honour board’s in the memorial room, located inside the Old Miners Hall (Miners and Mechanics Institute)  at Westonia which was built in 1914 & fully restored between 2007 – 2009. The war memorial room was added and completed in 2008 to hold the WWI Roll of Honour (right) and the newly […]

23 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield spectacularly celebrated their victory at the National Television Awards for Best Daytime on Tuesday night as they fell offstage from a flask of flasks. The presenting duo seemed to be ahead of the times, putting down their drinks even before he reached the after-party after winning the coveted ninth year […]

23 Jan 19
National Post

ATLANTA — Georgia Tech was back at full strength. The Yellow Jackets are also back on the winning track. Abdoulaye Gueye had a huge putback with 52 seconds left, Jose Alvarado hit two clutch free throws and Georgia Tech held off Notre Dame for a 63-61 victory in the Atlantic Coast Conference on Tuesday night. […]

23 Jan 19
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

She’s no stranger to gracing the industry’s glitziest red carpets in racy numbers.

And Chloe Sims lived up to her typical saucy appearance once again as she attended the 23rd National Television Awards on Tuesday evening, alongside TOWIE co-stars Georgia Kousoulou and Danielle Armstrong.

Held at London‘s O2 Arena, the TV personality, 36, looked every inch the siren as she slipped her surgically-enhanced frame into an off-shoulder satin dress, which accentuated