Emmerdale sweeps TV Choice Awards

Emmerdale has continued its winning streak, scooping every soap prize at this year's TV Choice Awards.
After being crowned best continuing drama at the BAFTAs and taking gongs at both the British Soap and the National TV Awards, the ITV series has added four new accolades to its cabinet.
It won best soap, while Ryan Hawley and Charlotte Bellamy were named best soap actor and actress respectively. Sally Dexter received best soap newcomer.The gongs were announced at London's Dorchester Hotel on Monday, where ITV took another batch for its crime drama Broadchurch.The final season of the show received three awards, including best drama, best actor and best actress for leading duo David Tennant and Olivia Colman.
Emmerdale sweeps TV Choice Awards

David Tennant attended the TV Choice awards at the Dorchester Hotel
The Dorset-set show concluded its third season this year, and was praised by viewers, critics and sexual assault campaigners for its "realistic" portrayal of a rape victim case.Other winners at the ceremony included The Great British Bake Off's former judge Mary Berry, honoured for her outstanding contribution to television, and Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, which scooped the prize for best entertainment show.Berry said she believes the new series will "do well" without her, and applauded Channel 4 for keeping the show's original format.
Emmerdale sweeps TV Choice Awards

Berry praised the new Bake Off show at Channel 4 and new judge Prue Leith
"It's very similar, sensibly they followed exactly the wonderful format and they've got great bakers, it's going to do well," she said.
"I haven't got my eye on a winner yet, we must never do that as judges."Present at the event were the contestants of this year's reality TV phenomenon Love Island.Olivia, Alex, Gabby, Mike, Danielle, Dom, Jesse and Amber were there - but not all had nice things to say about their fellow contestants.
Emmerdale sweeps TV Choice Awards

Love Island's Dom Lever and Jess Shears went together
Mike Thalassitis, AKA Muggy Mike, said fellow islanders Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay let the reality show "go to their heads"."I'm still the same, got the same group of mates," he said."Some people let it go to their heads, not going to mention any names... Chris and Kem, helmets the pair of them, but I'm not worried about them tonight."The award for best new drama went to Little Boy Blue, based on the murder of Liverpool child Rhys Jones, and best family drama went to Call The Midwife.
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