Michelle Keegan, Ashley Roberts and Eleanor Tomlinson led the red carpet glamour at this year’s BAFTA Television Awards on Sunday afternoon.
The stylish trio did not shy away from pulling out all of the Grecian-inspired fashion stops at the prestigious event, held at London’s Royal Festival Hall.
Actress Michelle, 34, looked nothing short of spectacular as she graced the red carpet in a trailing dress which boasted a gorgeous hue of pale pink.
The former Coronation Street actress sported a glamorous face of makeup – complete with a nude lip and shimmering eyeshadow – and wore her brunette tresses with a stunning curl.
The dress gave a peek of Michelle’s lithe legs, which she paraded on a pair of silver heels.
She was joined by husband and former reality star Mark Wright, who looked adoringly at her whilst they were photographed ahead of the ceremony.
Radiant: The actress, 34, sported a glamorous face of makeup – complete with a nude lip and shimmering eyeshadow – and wore her brunette tresses with a stunning curl
Power couple: Michelle was joined by husband and former reality star Mark Wright, who looked adoringly at her whilst they were photographed ahead of the ceremony
Fan favourites: Former Corrie actress Michelle looked nothing short of spectacular as she graced the red carpet in a trailing dress which boasted a gorgeous hue of pale pink
Pussycat Doll Ashley, 40, put on a daring display, donning a metallic-esque gown which featured a thigh-grazing slit to allow her to present her toned pins.
The Heart FM host teamed the silver number, which was adorned with colourful feathers at the tail, with strappy heels.
Wowing in white was Eleanor, who cut her typically sophisticated figure as she stopped for her photo opportunities on the red carpet.
The 29-year-old, known for her roles in Angus Thongs and Perfect Snogging and Poldark, parted her auburn locks on one side and added a loose curl.
You go girl: Pussycat Doll Ashley, 40, put on a daring display, donning a metallic-esque gown which hugged her curvaceous figure
Stunning: The singer had a manicure to coincide with her silver number and sported a glowing face of makeup
Natural beauty: Wowing in white was Eleanor, who cut her typically sophisticated figure as she stopped for her photo opportunities on the red carpet
Beauty: The 29-year-old, known for her roles in Angus Thongs and Perfect Snogging and Poldark, parted her auburn locks on one side and added a loose curl
Glowing: TV and radio presenter Vick Hope, 34, arrived in sensational style, with the gorgeous ensemble boasting intricate detailing, as well several tassels to give it that extra wow factor
Meanwhile, TV and radio presenter Vick, 34, arrived in sensational style, wearing an elegant, embroidered gown which gathered at her feet.
The gorgeous number sat on her shoulders and boasted intricate detailing, as well several tassels to give it that extra wow factor.
The former Capital Breakfast host swept her raven tresses into a classy updo, which saw her curls pulled into a sleek bun.
Her red carpet attire was scarcely accessorised, bar a series of jazzy earrings which perfectly complemented her finery.
Here she is! Alison Hammond exuded glitz and glamour as she twirled for the cameras
Simply stunning: Katie Piper was pretty in pink, slipping into an extravagant satin dress
Classy: Call The Midwife’s Helen George kept it simple but effortless in a black midi dress which boasted bejewelled sleeves
Daytime TV stars: A string of familiar faces from Good Morning Britain, who have been nominated for their news coverage of Shamima Begum, joined forces on the red carpet ahead of the ceremony (from L-R: Sean Fletcher, Laura Tobin, Charlotte Hawkins, Alex Beresford, Ranvir Singh and Doctor Hilary Jones)
Exciting: Also in attendance was Ncuti Gatwa – who, the BBC has announced, will take over from Jodie Whittaker as the Time Lord in Doctor Who
Alison Hammond exuded glitz and glamour as she twirled for the cameras, while Katie Piper was pretty in pink, slipping into an extravagant satin dress.
Call The Midwife’s Helen George kept it simple but effortless in a black midi dress which boasted bejewelled sleeves – which she coordinated with sparkly heels.
A string of familiar faces from Good Morning Britain, who have been nominated for their news coverage of Shamima Begum, joined forces on the red carpet ahead of the ceremony, namely Sean Fletcher, Laura Tobin, Charlotte Hawkins, Alex Beresford, Ranvir Singh and Doctor Hilary Jones.
Beautiful in black: Emily Watson (left) and Sophie Willan (right) stunned in their respective gowns as they had they photos taken
Also in attendance was Ncuti Gatwa – who, the BBC has announced, will take over from Jodie Whittaker as the Time Lord in Doctor Who.
The 29-year-old will become the 14th Doctor on the popular BBC show, after Whittaker announced last July she will be leaving the role.
Gatwa is the first black actor to take on the leading role as The Doctor in the show’s history, after Jodie made history as the first permanent female Doctor.
These awards recognise and celebrate the very best in television craft and television programmes broadcast in the UK in 2021, with acclaimed programmes from the past 12 months, including It’s A Sin and Help leading the nods.
Channel 4 series It’s A Sin leads the nominations at the Bafta television awards where it is in the running for 11 gongs.
Hoping for a win: BAFTA announced the nominations for the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards and British Academy Television Craft Awards with It’s A Sin leading the nominations
Nod: Kate Winslet, who starred in HBO/Sky Atlantic’s Mare Of Easttown, has earned her first TV performance nomination, although she has previously been nominated for and won film Baftas
Both nominated: Channel 4’s acclaimed pandemic-set drama Help, starring Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham has earned six nods, including one each for the stars
Landscapers, which starred Olivia Colman, has received seven nominations while Channel 4’s acclaimed pandemic-set drama Help, starring Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham has earned six nods.
Another Stephen Graham led drama Time has also received six nods as has the comedy We Are Lady Parts.
There are five nominations for Sex Education and four for A Very British Scandal.
It’s A Sin, written and created by Queer As Folk and Doctor Who screenwriter Russell T Davies, tracked a group of gay men and their friends as they navigated the UK’s HIV/Aids crisis throughout the 80s and early 90s.
The show’s 11 nominations, comprising of five in the craft categories and six in the television awards categories, include nods for Davies in the writer drama category, as well as a leading actor nomination for singer Olly Alexander for his role as Ritchie Tozer.
BAFTA TV AWARDS 2022: NOMINATIONS
Comedy Entertainment Programme
The Graham Norton Show
The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan
Race Around Britain
Fearless: The Women Fighting Putin (Exposure)
Four Hours at the Capitol
The Men Who Sell Football (Al Jazeera Investigations)
Trump Takes on the World
Richard Osman’s House of Games
Steph’s Packed Lunch
In My Skin
Manhunt: The Night Stalker
Alison Hammond (I Can See Your Voice)
Big Zuu (Big Zuu’s Big Eats)
Graham Norton (The Graham Norton Show)
Joe Lycett (Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back)
Michael McIntyre (Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel)
Sean Lock (8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown)
An Audience with Adele
Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
Life & Rhymes
Strictly Come Dancing
The Factual Series
The Detectives: Fighting Organised Crime
9/11: One Day in America
Undercover Police: Hunting Paedophiles
Big Zuu’s Big Eats
Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing
Sort Your Life Out
The Great British Sewing Bee
Female Performance in a Comedy Programme
Aimee Lou Wood (Sex Education)
Aisling Bea (This Way Up)
Anjana Vasan (We Are Lady Parts)
Natasia Demetriou (Stath Lets Flats)
Rose Matafeo (Starstruck)
Sophie Willan (Alma’s Not Normal)
Call My Agent!
Mare of Easttown
The Underground Railroad
9/11: Inside the President’s War Room
Grenfell: The Untold Story
My Childhood, My Country – 20 Years in Afghanistan
Nail Bomber: Man Hunt
Death of England: Face to Face
I Am Victoria
Black Power: A British Story of Resistance
Freddie Mercury: The Final Act
The Missing Children
Silenced: The Hidden Story of Disabled Britain
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
ITV Racing: The Grand National
Tokyo 2020 Olympics
UEFA Euro 2020 Semi-Final: England v Denmark
David Thewlis (Landscapers)
Hugh Quarshie (Stephen)
Olly Alexander (It’s A Sin)
Samuel Adewunmi (You Don’t Know Me)
Sean Bean (Time)
Stephen Graham (Help)
Denise Gough (Too Close)
Emily Watson (Too Close)
Jodie Comer (Help)
Kate Winslet (Mare of Easttown)
Lydia West (It’s A Sin)
Niamh Algar (Deceit)
The Brit Awards 2021
The Earthshot Prize 2021
The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance
Male Performance in a Comedy Programme
Jamie Demetriou (Stath Lets Flats)
Joe Gilgun (Brassic)
Ncuti Gatwa (Sex Education)
Samson Kayo (Bloods)
Steve Coogan (This Time With Alan Partridge)
Tim Renkow (Jerk)
It’s A Sin
Channel 4 News: Black to Front
Good Morning Britain: Shamima Begum
ITV News at Ten: Storming of the Capitol
Sky News: Afghanistan: Endgame
Reality and Constructed Factual
Married at First Sight UK
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK
The Dog House
Alma’s Not Normal
Stath Lets Flats
We Are Lady Parts
Short Form Programme
Hollyoaks Saved My Life (Hollyoaks IRL)
People You May Know
Soap & Continuing Drama
Callum Scott Howells (It’s A Sin)
David Carlyle (It’s A Sin)
Matthew MacFadyen (Succession)
Nonso Anozie (Sweet Tooth)
Omari Douglas (It’s A Sin)
Stephen Graham (Time)
Cathy Tyson (Help)
Celine Buckens (Showtrial)
Emily Mortimer (The Pursuit of Love)
Jessica Plummer (The Girl Before)
Leah Harvey (Foundation)
Tahirah Sharif (The Tower)
Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment
An Audience with AdeleI
I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
It’s A Sin
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK
Strictly Come Dancing