Glittering line-up for Bafta awards
Show Appropriate Adult picks up three gongs
A GLITTERING line-up of stars took to the red carpet for the annual TV Bafta awards.
And Kelly Brook, Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton were among the female artists to dazzle the fans as they showed off their stunning outfits.
But the big winner on the night was a drama about serial killer Fred West which picked up three of the biggest awards at the TV Baftas.
The ITV1 show, Appropriate Adult, picked up the Leading Actor, Leading Actress and Supporting Actress awards for three of its stars – Dominic West, Emily Watson and Monica Dolan respectively.
Other big awards included the gong for Supporting Actor which went to Andrew Scott who played the villainous Moriarty in Sherlock. Andrew, who beat his co-star Martin Freeman to pick up the award, paid tribute to the “exceptionally talented Mr Benedict Cumberbatch”, who plays Sherlock Holmes.
The event was hosted by comedian Dara O’Briain at the Royal Festival Hall. The Irish comic lost out on the award for Entertainment Performance which went to Graham Norton.