The British Soap Awards returns to celebrate another mammoth year in soap opera, looking back on twelve months of murder, mystery, make ups, break ups, trials, tribulations and tears.
An incredible year in which the nation finally found out who killed Lucy Beale, a dramatic train crash tragically claimed lives in Hollyoaks, Rob and Karen were reunited in Doctors, Emmerdale beauty Katie Sugden fell to her death and many beloved Weatherfield residents were involved in a shocking minibus crash.
The 17th annual awards, which took place in Manchester at the Palace Theatre, honours the nation’s biggest and best-loved TV shows, as well as the stars that have appeared in this year’s most talked about storylines.
The five biggest soaps – Coronation Street, Doctors, EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks – battled it out to win recognition for their work over the past year, but Eastenders took home most of the trophies. Stars from all five soaps will be hitting the red carpet for the most star-studded TV event in the soap calendar.
Hosted by Phillip Schofield (his tenth year anniversary), the awards will be presented by an array of well-known faces from across the TV and showbiz world.
The British Soap Awards will be broadcast on Thursday 21 May at 8pm on ITV, but if you want to know who won, read below. Otherwise, if you don´t want to know the result, look away NOW.
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BEST BRITISH  SOAP

EastEnders

BEST ACTOR

EastEnders: Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale)

BEST ACTRESS

EastEnders: Kellie Bright (Linda Carter)

VILLAIN OF THE YEAR

Hollyoaks: Jeremy Sheffield (Patrick Blake)

BEST COMEDY PERFORMANCE

Coronation Street: Sally Dynevor (SallyWebster)

BEST NEWCOMER

Doctors: Jessica Regan (Niamh Donoghue)

BEST STORYLINE

EastEnders: Who Killed Lucy?

BEST SINGLE EPISODE

EastEnders: The Live Episode

BEST DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE

EastEnders: Kellie Bright (Linda Carter)

BEST ON-SCREEN PARTNERSHIP

EastEnders: Laurie Brett & Adam Woodyatt (Jane Beale & Ian Beale)

BEST YOUNG PERFORMANCE

Emmerdale: Amelia Flanagan (April Windsor)

SCENE OF THE YEAR

Emmerdale: Donna’s Goodbye

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD PRESENTED BY WILLIAM ROACHE AND BEVERLEY CALLARD TO ANNE KIRKBRIDE. ANNE’S HUSBAND DAVID BECKETT COLLECTED THE AWARD IN   HER HONOUR

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