Top 10 Highlights Of National TV Awards

It’s that time of year again – The National TV Awards has kick started the awards season in the UK. The BAFTA and Brits nominations may have been read out but this was the  first actual ceremony where winners  were announced.

All the winners were voted for by the public and there was a real sense of anticipation as the stars walked the red carpet as you can never predict the public mood. I was there to get the gossip and the arrivals lasted 90mins with a constant stream of stars strutting their stuff down the walkway outside London’s 02 arena. These are my top 10 highlights.

Alesha Dixon

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Aleshas is currently doing BGT auditions around the UK and she was honest – she said she hasn’t yet seen something that makes her go ‘wow’. Well, if it’s any consolation, her bodycon black dress made a lot of fans on the red carpet go WOW.

Samantha Faiers

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Looking stunning in an orange dress with matching orange lipstick, Very designer Samantha Faiers talked about her new fitness project, as she says doing exercise helped with her Crohn’s disease.

Rochelle Humes

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Rochelle really made an effort on the red carpet. If I saw a red dress like this at the Oscars I wouldn’t be surprised – it’s a showstopper.

Kris Jenner

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Kris, who presented an award, was the only celeb to wear a faux fur coat on the red carpet. I bet everyone else was jealous. I want one!

Mel B

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Either Mel B was cold or she was in a bad mood, but she was one of the few celebs that decided to rush down the red carpet without talking to anyone. It’s a shame as her black maxi dress looked lovely from a distance, floating out as she walked / ran.

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman

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I have to admit Tess Daly looked sensational. Not many stars could pull off a jumpsuit on the red carpet but the Strictly Come Dancing host not only manages it but upstages the other stars. It’s all about wearing it with attitude! The monochrome effect reminds me of the Fearne Cotton lace panel jumpsuit

Charlotte Crosby from Geordie Shore

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Geordie Shore were nominated for an award for the first year ever and although they didn’t win, Charlotte won silently just by walking down the red carpet in this blue dress. She’s gone from chav to chic on the red carpet at least…I’m not convinced things were the same at the end of the night.

Gemma Collins

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The plus-size designer is a great role model for girls with curves. Her black dress showed off all her best assets and she seems happy right now, telling me she’d put her I’m a Celebrity jungle nightmare firmly behind her. Have you seen Gemma’s latest collection for Very yet?

Pixie Lott

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Pixie Lott really made a statement with a fairytale inspired red carpet dress. What do you think? It was different enough that she worked it but it was an unusual choice for the TV Awards.

Ant and Dec

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The TV presenters made the effort with their suits as they collected Best Entertainment Presenters – for the 14th year!!!

Who do you think looked the best?

And the winners are:

Most Popular Serial Drama

EastEnders

Most Popular Entertainment Presenter

Ant & Dec

 Outstanding Serial Drama Performance

Danny Dyer – EastEnders

 Most Popular Talent Show

The X Factor (UK)

 Most Popular Newcomer

Maddy Hill – EastEnders

 Landmark Achievement Award

Comic Relief

 National Television Special Recognition Award

David Tennant

 Most Popular Entertainment Programme 

I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!

 Popular Factual Entertainment Programme

Gogglebox

 Most Popular Drama 

Downton Abbey

 Outstanding Drama Performance

Sheridan Smith – Cilla

 Most Popular Daytime Programme

This Morning

 Most Popular Comedy Programme

Mrs. Brown’s Boys

 TV Judge 

David Walliams

 Multichannel

Celebrity Juice

 Chat Show Host

Alan Carr

 Skills Challenge Show

The Great British Bake Off

Love Zoex

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22nd January 2015
Written by Zoe Griffin

Posted by: Moumita 2 April 2015

Wow I see Sincere is still starting drama! This is utlerty hilarious! Google- Sincere + Hip Hop = Drama. Now here’s my piece on Ohha and Ohio Hip Hop in General. And I promise I will spell every word correctly lol.I’ve lived in NYC for a total of 11 years, I moved back briefly in 2007. I met Garbs trough a friend/co-worker at the label I work at in NY, right off the bat cool dude, met D. Lorand, Majestik all cool people, trying to do good for this STATE AND HIP HOP in general. This state gets no recongnition for Hip Hop and probably never will, because of Haters and people always trying to 1 up what everyone else is doing. Ohians need to be thankful that they at least have a Hip Hop Event such as The OHHA. Instead of STARTING DRAMA and complaining about the event (especially people that claim to do everything for hip hop) why don’t you get off your asses and try to do what Ohha is doing??? This show is BRAND NEW! They’ve only had 3 awards shows! Its a huge event, it will take some time to get everything in order and flowing correctly. I really don’t think you all know how much work goes into doing that show. Last year I helped out, I was busy for 3 months straight just handeling stuff on myspace and doing promo, so I know how hard D. Lorand, Garbs, Majestik, and everyone else at OHHA works, to put that show on every year. You people show be thankful that D.Lorand, Garbs, and Majestik are the only people in the entire state that are trying to make it happen for Ohio Artists, and bringing people together from every city to try to get Ohio on the map. And you all wanna sit there and be ungrateful, negative, and complain about shit, instead of doing all that why don’t you try to make something happen??? Because guess what major players in the music business in NY and other major cities HAVE heard of Garbs and D. Lorand but I bet they don’t know 99% of you. And connections mean everything in this music industry believe me. So don’t burn bridges. I wouldn’t have gotten where I am today without a connection and education ( I had to put that in ) You guys focus more on the bad than the good and there’s a term for that and it is H.A.T.E.R.S. Instead of cutting down OHHA do something to help out to make it better. I helped out last year and yes there were some things that I would have done differently, but at the end of the day, I know D. Lorand, Garbs, and everyone else at Ohha took my opinions,thoughts, and suggestions into consideration and I give them respect for doing that. And I give them major respect for bringing everybody from Ohio together to try to make something happen for everybody, because sitting on your ass doing nothing is not gonna get Ohio noticed in the music business. And starting drama with everyone won’t get you noticed either it just gets you retired! Heyyyyyy Kween whatcha doin’ girrrrrllll!? Also I would love to get on camera when I get back to OH Trillvision so get at me!!!!

Posted by: Joseph 26 March 2015

Guess its about time I speak my peace.1. I am extremely happy with envryoee that came and participated with my event, never have I seen such unity in my state or my city. I’ve worked and talked with so many different professionals over the last 2 years and will make efforts to include more of you in the promotion. I would like to thank all of our sponsors, hotcards.com, exclusivefits.com, ruleofnext.com, the rock hall, crowne plaza hotel, mathaus entertainment, hush money management, advanced custom sound out of warren, king ape ent, urbmob.com, scion, yoraps.com, z107.9, and of course the trillvision mobstaz also a big round of applause for our staff, ms storm really did her thing backstage, if anyone needs stage help ill get u her #. All the interns who put in work for the cause, I spent a lot of time with yall, thank you sooo much Everyone that came just to be there, it means soooo much to me, and for those with complaints please mail them to me, , I will use them to make a better show for YOU next year. There are many things that could have went better, ill be the first to say that, but this is not an easy endover by any means. Your comments drive me to provide a better show next year.Sincere, lorand, both of you are friends of mine and I hope that this issue can be resolved. As far as sinceres involvement I will say she has contributed to the cause by networking with me and by her support. At the same time, she has put herself in this position by choices made in the past. I think both of yall can do better than airing out yalls dispute on the trill couch. Its called a phone, a direct conversation between you 2 to settle your differences and move on. This will be better for you 2 professionally and for envryoee that you do business with including myself amongst many others.Speed, please let your girl know that there is noooooo more standing at award shows lol, that’s one lesson we learned from last year. I understand your views on the talent. I’m sure we both share many of the same views on that subject, but the performances at this years show were the best I’ve seen state wide. As far as the no shows, that is also fine with me some of the artists just couldn’t be there, they were out of town or busy. We aren’t at the point where we can book flights and hotel stay for the nationals, or pay for kat williams to host our event. We are still grass roots, and we are still growing. I also feel that we do this event to help artists, not ourselves, ill be the first to let you know that I will not be rollin in an 09 anything nor am I eating lobster and shrimp. This event has major overhead and a lot of my personal money went into making this possible. This has been a 3 year voluntary internship for us. We are not bet, mtv, vibe, the source or even ozone. We are four men from cleveland trying to put on the best way we can, through hard work and communications. Yeah I was hurt by some of the locals who didn’t show up, and by some of the comments that they made, but I do still appreciate their works and what they do.I do want to make one thing clear . Don’t be afraid to contact me and tell me your complaints! Many of you are friends and peers, and I do respect your opinions very much. There is no need for you to hide your thoughts or post them on a blog for others to read. Feel free to contact me about any concerns you have and I will work hard to correct my errors. That’s one thing I appreciate from sincere, she calls me and tells me what she thinks is wrong with the promotion. By no means do I feel that the event went perfectly, but I do feel that it was our BEST year to date. To anyone who wants to contribute to 09 or work with us on something they think needs improvement please call me 440-610-6567. We can build for the 09 season early and make some real noise for the state.Once again thanks to envryoee who is helping to make the awards a real threat in the future. To those who don’t want it to happen, do your best to stop us, Godspeed .