Red carpet : National Television Awards 2016

STARS of the small screen were out in force tonight for the National Television Awards, held at London’s The O2 arena.

The glitzy event, hosted by Dermot O’Leary, is hailed as the biggest night of the year for British telly.

The 21st National Television Awards toasted the greatest shows and personalities of the television world for the past year on 20 January. While the anticipation surrounded who would take home the coveted awards, all eyes were on the red carpet arrivals to see what incredible creations the hopefuls would be stepping out in.

 

Best-dressed men on the red carpet

 

Aidan Turner donned a navy peak lapel suit, white cotton shirt, silk knitted tie and black lace-up brogues from the spring-summer 2016 collection of British label Dunhill.

Danny Dyer

Looking sharp: The actor had dressed the part in a navy blue three-piece suit

Shayne Ward  looked super smart as he collected his trophy wearing a Philip Armstrong suit.

 

Dan Osborne  looked dapper in a grey suit, white shirt and blue tie.

Ronan Keating  looked handsome in a grey Tom Ford suit complete with a bow tie

Ant and Dec

Ricky Rayment

Peter Andre

Greg James

National Television Awards 2016 – Winners

Challenge Show: Great British Bake Off

Drama: Downton Abbey

Entertainment Programme: I’m A Celebrity

Serial Drama Performance: Danny Dyer

Comedy: Peter Kay

Impact/TV moment: Aiden Turner

Live Magazine: This Morning

Newcomer: Shane Ward

New Drama: Dr Foster

Daytime: The Chase

TV presenter: Ant and Dec

International: The Big Bang Theory

Special Recognition Award: Billy Connolly

Drama Performance: Suranne Jones

Factual Entertainment: Googlebox

Serial Drama: Eastenders

Talent show: Strictly Come Dancing

 

 

 

 

 

 

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