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The British Soap Awards took place on Saturday 9th May, as Coronation Street, Doctors, EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks stars donned their glad-rags for one of the award calendar’s most glamorous occasions. You can watch our interview with some of the Coronation Street stars on the red carpet in the player above.
Hosted by Phillip Schofield with awards being presented by some of the entertainment worlds most famous faces, there was everything to play for in the soap world’s ‘Oscars’.
Coronation Street won six awards including sexiest female for Michelle Keegan and Best exit for Rob James-Collier whilst Eastenders pipped them at the post with seven, including holding on to their title of Best British Soap.
Whilst it was a great year for BBC’s afternoon drama Doctors who picked up three awards, it wasn’t such a happy occasion for Emmerdale who only received one award and teen favourite Hollyoaks, who came away empty handed.
So who won what?
In no particular order, the winners were:
Scott Malsen who plays bad boy Jack Branning in Eastenders.
Michelle Keegan who plays Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street
Villain of the Year:
Scottish Gray O’Brien who plays murderer Tony Gordon in Coronation Street
Best Comedy Performance:
Nina Wadia who plays Zainab Masood in Eastenders
Emmerdale - Victoria Falls Through The Ice
Best Dramatic Performance:
Anita Carey who plays Vivien March in Doctors
Best Dramatic Performance from a young actor or actress:
Maisie Smith who plays Tiffany Dean in Eastenders
Rob James-Collier who played heartthrob Liam Connor in Coronation Street
Lifetime Achievement Award:
Barbara Windsor who plays Peggy Mitchell in Eastenders
Best On-screen Partnership:
Nitin Ganatra and Nina Wadia who play Masood Ahmed & Zainab Masood in Eastenders
Doctors – Vivien’s rape
Craig Gazey who plays Graeme Proctor in Coronation Street
Best Single Episode:
Doctors – A Kind of Hush
Special Achievement Award:
Peter Whalley, writer of Coronation Street
Robert Kazinsky who played Sean Slater in Eastenders
Katherine Kelly who plays Becky Granger in Coronation Street
You can watch The British Soap Awards tonight at 8pm on STV and more red carpet interviews with the stars at stv.tv/soapawards