LOVE Island power couple Ekin-Su and Davide looked all partied out as they stole a kiss after the star-studded TV Choice Awards.
The duo were all smiles as they cosied up in the back of a taxi outside the Park Lane Hilton Hotel.Ekin-Su and Davide looked smitten on the way home from the TV Choice Awards[/caption] Danielle Harold was in a happy mood[/caption] Denise Van Outen wowed in a space age dress[/caption] Russell Kane showed off some skin in his cab[/caption]
The romantic moment topped off a top night of fun celebrating the best of British telly.
They weren’t the only ones who looked to have had a blast.
Denise Van Outen wore a content expression on her face as she left alone, looking great in a plunging silver dress.
EastEnders’ Danielle Harold beamed, waved and blew kisses for cameras after hopping into a car after hanging out with her co-stars.
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Minty Peterson actor Cliff Parisi appeared in the mood to entertain emerging from the hotel’s revolving doors with his arms outstretched.
Big Mo Slater actress Laila Morse ditched her shoes and climbed into a black cab barefoot.
Comedian Russell Kane ripped open his white shirt in his taxi to reveal his smooth and tanned bare chest.
The Chase’s Bradley Walsh delighted fans by signing autographs as he left the venue, while his co-star Mark Labbett rehydrated with a tin of water.
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Strictly duo Anton du Beke and Shirley Ballas were in fine spirits and brought ballroom glamour to the event.
Earlier in the night This Morning failed to secure its ninth win for best daytime TV show.
It is the first time since the pandemic that the star-studded awards, which showcase what viewers voted for as their favourite shows, have returned in-person and there were hosted by comedian Jo Brand.
Strictly Come Dancing won best talent show for its 19th series, beating ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent and The Masked Singer and Channel 4’s The Great British Bake Off.
Emmerdale was named best soap and its star Mark Charnock won best soap actor for his moving performance as stroke survivor Marlon Dingle.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! won its 17th best reality show award while Channel 4 saw Gogglebox named best entertainment show.
The BBC’s Call The Midwife won best family drama while the star of the period drama Jenny Agutter was named best actress.
Netflix won best new drama with LGBT+ romance Heartstopper, best comedy performance for Ricky Gervais’s After Life and best drama series for romance period drama Bridgerton.
Long Lost Family won the best lifestyle award, best actor went to Cillian Murphy for BBC period crime drama Peaky Blinders and best factual show went to Channel 5’s This Week On The Farm.
James Martin’s Saturday Morning on ITV picked up the best food show award and Gillian Wright took home the best actress award for her portrayal of Jean Slater in BBC soap EastEnders.
TV Choice Awards Winners 2022
BEST DRAMA SERIES Bridgerton, Netflix
BEST FAMILY DRAMA Call The Midwife, BBC1
BEST NEW DRAMA Heartstopper, Netflix
BEST ENTERTAINMENT SHOW Gogglebox/Celebrity Gogglebox, Channel 4
BEST REALITY SHOW I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, ITV
BEST COMEDY PERFORMANCE Ricky Gervais, After Life, Netflix
BEST TALENT SHOW Strictly Come Dancing, BBC1
BEST LIFESTYLE SHOW Long Lost Family/Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace, ITV
BEST DAYTIME SHOW The Chase, ITV
BEST ACTOR Cillian Murphy, Peaky Blinders, BBC1
BEST ACTRESS Jenny Agutter, Call The Midwife, BBC1
BEST FACTUAL SHOW This Week On The Farm/Springtime On The Farm/Summer On The Farm/Winter On The Farm, Channel 5
BEST FOOD SHOW James Martin’s Saturday Morning, ITV
BEST SOAP ACTOR Mark Charnock, Marlon Dingle, Emmerdale, ITV
BEST SOAP ACTRESS Gillian Wright, Jean Slater, EastEnders, BBC1
BEST SOAP Emmerdale, ITV