The stars scrubbed up for last night’s annual TV Choice Awards at the Dorchester Hotel in London which hosted by Jo Brand.
Amongst all the fashion hits, misses and what-on-earth-were-you-thinkings, the awards for the years' best TV entertainment were dished out.
Doctor Who won Best Family Drama, while Sherlock won Best Drama series with its star Benedict Cumberbatch winning Best Actor. Call The Midwife who took home Best New Drama alongside Miranda Hart, who won Best Actress for her role in the BBC 1 series.
Eastenders took three gongs back to Walford including Best Soap. Shane Richie won Best Soap Actor for Alfie Moon and Best newcomer went to Tony Discipline who plays Tyler Moon.
In other soap success, Best Soap Actress went to Corries Michelle Keegan for Tina McIntyre, and Emmerdale won Outstanding Contribution, which is fitting as the soap celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.
Best Comedy Series went to Mrs Brown's Boys, The Hairy Bikers' Bakeation won Best Food Show beating, Gok Cooks Chinese, Saturday Kitchen and last year’s winner Jamie Oliver, for Jamie’s Great Britain.
Meanwhile Ant and Dec can feel a bit better as their Red And Black series faces the possible axe, as they were able to accept the award for Best Reality Show for I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! and Britain's Got Talent winning Best Talent Show.
Best Daytime Show went to The Jeremy Kyle Show whilst Leigh Francis, Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby took Best Entertainment Show for ITV’s Celebrity Juice for the second year in a row.
Other winners include Best Factual Entertainment, which went to Top Gear and Best Lifestyle Show to Supersize vs. Superskinny.