Red carpet fashion at the TV Choice awards

The TV Choice awards were held in the Savoy hotel in London recently and saw several UK television shows recognised for their contribution to entertainment. Eastenders was the biggest winner of the night when it was named best soap. Additionally, Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie were named as best actress and actor in a soap at the awards.

Wallace has been featured in the papers a great deal lately after the recent cancellation of her wedding plans. She was absent from the awards and this is causing more rumours to circulate among the tabloid papers. The cancellation of is rumoured to be because the man she was supposed to marry sent sexually explicit photographs of her to a previous lover.

Another popular soap, Coronation Street was also recognised for having the best story line as well as newcomer, Paula Lane, winning an award for the best new soap actress. David Tennant was awarded the best actor award for his role in Single Father, Being Human won the award for best drama and The Inbetweeners won the best comedy award.

While the awards for acting were many, there would have been close to none for any of the actors if fashion and style were a factor. Amy Nutall was wearing a leopard print dress that looked more like it belonged in the 1980’s. Chloe Sims also went for an interesting choice of outfit because it looked mostly as if she were wrapped in a curtain.

Amy Childs was one of the few people at the event who actually managed to wear anything close to stylish and she deserves congratulations for this. Paddy Doherty and Anne Widdicombe, both presenters of reality TV shows, looked more as if they were dressed to go to a funeral rather than an awards ceremony.


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