The Irish bring sparkle and take home awards at the National TV Awards
Published 21/01/2016 | 08:03
The Irish brought a splash of colour to the National Television Awards in London last night - and picked up some awards to boot.
I'm A Celebrity host Laura Whitmore wore a striking tie-dye dress by Maria Grachvogel, while Graham Norton's orange and pink jacket livened up his all-black ensemble.
RTE presenter Angela Scanlon opted for an orange multi-coloured 60s style shift dress, while Vogue Williams wore a sweeping deep purple dress from Irish designer Shauna Harrison that she complemented with orange accessories.
Celebrity couple Ronan and Storm Keating were also in attendance last night at the O2 Arena, London. The Irish contingent also took home a nice number of awards.
Dubliner Aidan Turner picked up the gong for Best Drama Performance in Poldark.
His infamous shirtless moment was also voted 2016 TV Moment of the Year.
"I guess the pecs kinda speak for themselves," Aidan said as he collected the award.
Singer Shayne Ward walked away with the award for best newcomer for his part in Coronation Street. I'm A Celebrity picked up the award for Most Popular Entertainment Programme.