Who wore what At The TV BAFTAs 2013

It may have been raining on the night of the TV BAFTAs but the celebrities did not let that dampen their spirits. In fact, they brought shimmer and sparkle to the red carpet. One of the most gorgeous ladies of the night was our celeb designer Holly Willoughby – her red dress really suited her and the maxi dress she picked looked more Oscars than BAFTAs  as it fitted her perfectly. She’s not flashing too much flesh and the red lipstick matches the dress seamlessly so she just looks classy and sophisticated, don’t you think?

But aside from Holly, it looked like there was a  new trend in terms of party outfits. Cream and nude seem to be a popular colours right now as an array of stars opted to wear a light coloured maxi dress. The dresses may be different, but each TV personality looks great in their choice of outfit, which goes to show beige can suit most people.

Here’s a round up of the top five beige beauties and then the important bit – a list of who won what.

Kimberly Wyatt

The ex-pussycat doll shows off her long legs with a beige dress with a thigh high split. Stunning!

Kara Tointon

Kara went for a vintage look with her dress that had tassels that shimmied as she walked. Her hair really complimented it and the up do meant it didn’t get frizzy when it rained. Top marks for elegance, I think.

Louise Redknapp

Louise worked the trend with lace. Up close her black and cream dress was jaw-droppingly beautiful. She accessorised with a block clutch bag, which added some edge to the outfit.

Jenni Falconer

Jenni was manic on the night as she was presenting the red carpet coverage for BAFTA and had to interview all the stars as they walked the red carpet. However, that did not stop her outshining some of them as the lace embellishment on her dress added a romantic, elegant twist. Go, Jenni!

Jenna Louise Coleman

The new Dr Who star held her own at this prestigious event – normally she’s used to dressing up for the soap awards for when she was in Emmerdale. She looks a lot more grown up, but still gorgeous, in a simple but floaty maxi dress.

And the winners are:

Best Actor

  • Ben Whishaw – Richard II (The Hollow Crown)

Leading Actress

  • Sheridan Smith – Mrs Biggs

Supporting Actor

  • Simon Russell Beale – Henry IV Part 2 (The Hollow Crown)

Supporting Actress

  • Olivia Colman – Accused (Mo’s Story)

Entertainment Programme

  • Graham Norton for The Graham Norton Show

Entertainment Performance

  • Alan Carr – Alan Carr: Chatty Man

Female Performance in a Comedy Programme

  • Olivia Colman for Twenty Twelve

Male Performance in a Comedy Programme

  • Steve Coogan for Welcome To The Places Of My Life

Single Drama

  • Murder


  • Room At The Top

Drama Series

  • Last Tango In Halifax

Soap and Continuing Drama

  • EastEnders


  • Girls

Factual Series

  • Our War

Specialist Factual

  • All In The Best Possible Taste with Grayson Perry

Single Documentary

  • 7/7: One Day In London


  • The Great British Bake Off

Reality and Constructed Factual

  • Made In Chelsea

Current Affairs

  • The Shame Of The Catholic Church (This World)

News Coverage

  • Hillsborough – The Truth At Last (Granada Reports)

Sport and Live Event

  • The London 2012 Paralympic Games

Comedy Programme

  • The Revolution Will Be Televised

Situation Comedy

  • Twenty Twelve

Radio Times Audience Award (voted for by members of the public)

  • Game of Thrones

Special award

  • Clare Balding
14th May 2013
Written by Zoe Griffin