She’s known for being the consummate professional, but presenter Tess Daly joined a host of stars who REALLY let their hair down at the BAFTA TV Awards.
Tess Daly, 48, was pictured looking very bleary-eyed as she left the afterparty at London’s Festival Hall following a very boozy affair.
Guided by her Strictly co-presenter, Claudia Winkleman, 45, the beautiful blonde held her hand tightly as her night came to a close.
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Fun night was it? Bleary-eyed Tess Daly left the BAFTA TV Awards as Holly Willoughby struggled to retain her composure following a VERY boozy night out on Sunday
Oh no, not again: Joining her for a night of antics, was Holly Willoughby, 36, who stayed true to form and looked rather sozzled as she made her way back to her car
Joining her for a night of antics, was Holly Willoughby, 36, who stayed true to form and looked rather sozzled as she made her way back to her car.
Having once famously come to work in her red carpet gown following a wild night at the NTAs, no doubt Holly will be dreading her This Morning alarm clock on Monday morning.
The bubbly blonde appeared to struggle to contain her composure as she sat in her car with her eyes wide open.
She’s going to be feeling it: Holly is well known for carried away with the tequila
Nothing to see here: Holly stared at her hand for some as her car prepared to leave
Oh Holly! While she still looked incredible, Holly seemed like she might be ready for bed
Letting her hair down: Sarah Lancashire appeared to be slumped in her seat following her raucous night out, after winning the Leading Actress gong
Arm candy: Bake Off’s Candice Brown was given a little help to stay steady on her feet
What’s getting to her? Vanessa Kirby was seen being reassured with a pat on the shoulder
The tequila loving stunner had no doubt celebrated her rare night out with her pals in style.
A host of other stars were pictured leaving the event and all looked like they had seriously let their hair down.
Actress Sarah Lancashire, 52, was pictured slumped in her car, while Bake Off champ Candice Brown, 32, was assisted by two companions.
Nothing to see here: EastEnders’ Lacey Turner looked altogether more refined when she was pictured heading home
Refined: Amy Nuttall wore a huge smile on her face as she held hands with Andrew Buchan
Lads: EastEnders star Steve McFadden appeared dapper, (left) as did James Nesbitt (right)
Holding hands: Tee total Denise Welch walked along with her hubby Lincoln Townley
Actress Vanessa Kirby, 29, was seen being reassured with a pat on the shoulder.
The likes of Anna Friel, Denise Welch, Steve McFadden and Katherine Ryan all seemed a little more composed as they exited the venue.
Earlier in the evening, Alan Carr jokingly roasted Holly at the event – by jesting that she will be once again be merry in the morning.
The blonde bombshell, who looked stunning in her duck-egg blue gown, was teased mercilessly by the Chatty Man, who quipped: ‘Yeah, they should have just waited till tomorrow morning when you’ll no doubt be p***ed on This Morning again!’
Big smiles: Comedienne Katherine Ryan was in very high spirits
Pink-redible: Singer Ella Eyre looked super cute in her ballerina style frock
The belle of the ball: Former Brookside icon Anna Friel was pictured in her tulle going home
All blue everything: Presenter Clare Balding wore one colour and stuck to it
In demand: Claire Foy was surrounded by autograph hunters as she tottered off
Nice to see you: Sean Bean cut a slick figure with his cheeky grin and smart suit
Holly began to present the award for Must See TV category in her signature sweet style, before the comedian ribbed her.
Referencing the now-infamous episode when Holly appeared on the ITV brunch-time show looking dazed and bleary-eyed following a night on the tiles after celebrating a win, she looked slightly bashful at being reminded of the incident.
Giggling, she looked at the floor and joked: ‘Oh, the shame!’
Alan couldn’t resist teasing her one last time, as he quipped: ‘I think being drunk on telly cheapens the art, if truth be told!’
Cheeky: Referencing her post-NTAs This Morning show in 2016, where she appeared a little worse for wear with Philip Schofield, Alan Carr jokingly roasted Holly once again
Whoops: The comedian was referencing the now-infamous episode when Holly appeared on the ITV brunch-time show looking dazed and bleary-eyed following a night on the tiles after celebrating a win
Build up: Holly began to present the award for Must See TV category in her signature sweet style, before the comedian ribbed her
Teasing: The Chatty Man quipped: ‘Yeah, they should have just waited till tomorrow morning when you’ll no doubt be p***ed on This Morning again!’
All in jest: Giggling, Holly looked at the floor and joked: ‘Oh, the shame!’
Sensational: Holly looked sensational at the prestigious awards ceremony, as she wore a baby blue floor-length gown complete with train
Holly looked sensational at the prestigious awards ceremony, as she wore a baby blue floor-length gown complete with train.
The dress nipped her in at her petite waist, while accentuating her famous curves, and she paired a delicate diamond necklace with the ensemble.
Styling her blonde bob into waves, the TV presenter looked glamorous as she sported glittering mauve eye make up.
Hourglass: The dress nipped her in at her petite waist, while accentuating her famous curves, and she paired a delicate diamond necklace with the ensemble
Gorgeous: Styling her blonde bob into waves, the TV presenter looked glamorous as she sported glittering mauve eye make up
Best of friends: Holly smiled as she posed with her comedian pal
The British Academy Television Awards took place at the London’s Royal Festival Hall on Sunday with the finest of British and global talent in attendance.
The star-studded show was hosted by former Bake Off star Sue Perkins – a change from usual presenter Graham Norton who was busy with Eurovision hosting responsibilities in Ukraine.
Sarah Lancashire from Happy Valley won the coveted Leading Actress award, while Adeel Akhtar won Leading Actor for his performance in Murdered By My Father.
Emmerdale scooped the prize for Soaps And Continuing Dramas, while Saturday Night Takeaway won Best Entertainment Programme.
It was a successful night for the cast and crew of Happy Valley, which also won Best Drama Series.
WINNER – Sarah Lancashire (Happy Valley)
Claire Foy, Jodie Comer, Nikki Amuka-Bird
WINNER – Adeel Akhtar (Murdered by My Father)
Babou Ceesay, Benedict Cumberbatch, Robbie Coltrane
WINNER – Saturday Night Takeaway
Britain’s Got Talent, Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, Strictly Come Dancing
WINNER- Michael McIntyre
Adam Hills, Claudia Winkleman, Graham Norton
WINNER- Planet Earth II; Snakes vs Iguana Chase
Ed Balls; Gangnam Style, Danny Dyer WDYTYA, Line Of Duty; Urgent Exit Required, Game Of Thrones; Battle Of The B**tards, The Late Late Show with James Corden; Carpool Karaoke with Michelle Obama
WINNER- Happy Valley
The Crown, The Durrells, War & Peace
Female Performance in a Comedy Programme
WINNER – Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag)
Diane Morgan, Lesley Manville, Olivia Colman
Male Performance in a Comedy Programme
WINNER – Steve Coogan (Alan Partridge’s Scissored Isle)
Asim Chaudhry, David Mitchell, Harry Enfield
WINNER – Wunmi Mosaku (Damilola Our Loved Boy)
Nicola Walker, Siobhan Finneran, Vanessa Kirby
WINNER – Tom Hollander (The Night Manager)
Daniel Mays, Jared Harris, John Lithgow
Soap & Continuing Drama
WINNER – Emmerdale
Casualty, Eastenders, Hollyoaks
WINNER – Who Do You Think You Are?
The Doctor Who Gave Up Drugs, The Great British Bake Off, Travel Man: 48 Hours in…
WINNER – Exodus: Our Journey to Europe
24 Hrs in Police Custody, Kids on the Edge, Prosecutors: Real Crime & Punishment
WINNER- Damilola Our Loved Boy
Aberfan: The Green Hollow, Murdered by my Father, NW
WINNER – The People V OJ Simpson: American Crime Story
The Night Of, Stranger Things, Transparent
WINNER – The Queens 90th Birthday
Centenary of the Battle of the Somme: Theipval, Shakespeare Live!, Stand Up to Cancer
WINNER – The Open
Rio 2016 Olympics, Rio 2016 Paralympics, Six Nations – England v Wales
WINNER – Planet Earth II
Alan Bennett’s Diaries, Attenborough’s Life That Glows, Grayson Perry: All Man
WINNER – Hillsborough
Behind Closed Doors, How to Die: Simon’s Choice, Hypernormalisation
WINNER – People Just Do Nothing
Camping, Fleabag, Flowers
Reality & Constructed Factual
WINNER – Muslims Like Us
First Dates, The Real Marigold Hotel, The Secret Life of 5 Year Olds
WINNER- Victoria Derbyshire: Footballers’ Abuse
@channel4news: Brexit Day One, @BBCNWT: Hillsborough, @SkyNewsTonight –Aleppo: Death of a City
WINNER – National Treasure
The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses, The Secret, The Witness for the Prosecution
WINNER – Teenage Prison Abuse Exposed
Inside Obama’s White House, Charlie Hebdo Attacks, Unarmed Black Male
Comedy & Comedy Entertainment Programme
WINNER – Charlie Brooker’s 2016 Wipe
Cunk on Shakespeare, The Last Leg, Taskmaster