The 2008 Bafta Television Awards are now over for another year but we have one more award to hand out, for best dressed! Who impressed you the most out of these lovely ladies on the red carpet?
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Last night three ladies took to the red carpet for the 2008 Television Baftas in Vivienne Westwood dresses. Michelle Collins wore a black halter neck dress whilst Patsy Palmer and Katherine Jenkins both opted for origami gowns. Patsy went for a classic black lbd (little black dress) with pearls and satin clutch whilst Katherine went for a midnight blue strapless dress. Who do you think wore Westwood better?
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The celebration of British television took place at the London Palladium and on the red carpet was Joanna Lumley in a floaty orange dress. The fair skinned comedienne presented the Best Actor award in this bright coloured ensemble. Do you love it or hate it?
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Alesha Dixon has great style and last night was no exception as she impressed on the red carpet in this beautiful multi coloured maxi dress. I love the swirly print, perfect for Spring. What do you think of her look?
Gavin & Stacey and Harry Hill were the big winners with two gongs each at the BAFTA Television Awards at the London Palladium last night. After all the excitement of seeing the stars on the red carpet we settled in for Graham Norton's excellent hosting of the ceremony, which saw thirteen first time winners including Best Actor Andrew Garfield, Continuing Drama winner Holby City and International category winner Heroes. Favourite moments for me were Rob Brydon's hilarious presenting of the Comedy Programme Award, James Corden's surprise at winning the Comedy Performance BAFTA (and Ruth Jones' tears), Eileen Atkins' amusing acceptance speech for Best Actress, and good old Brucie receiving the Academy Fellowship.
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The stars were out in force for the BAFTA Television Awards last night, described by host Graham Norton as "sort of like the Oscars, but with less surgery". Recognisable faces poured out of the cars arriving at the London Palladium, from young whippersnappers like the Skins cast, to living legends Dame Judi Dench and Bruce Forsyth. It wasn't all Brits though, those Heroes, Milo Ventimiglia and Adrian Pasdar, showed up to present an award and rather gorgeous they both looked too. Yum! There were a lot of simple and safe dark colours on the red carpet, occasionally broken up by some lovely bright shades, like Tess Daly's hot pink number, Joanna Lumley's draping orange dress and Alesha Dixon's multicoloured masterpiece.
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