Laura Whitmore nailed afterparty dressing on Sunday when she hit the decks at the TV Bafta’s post-ceremony bash in London.
The former Love Island host, 38, looked killer in a super sheer sparkly dress while pumping out tunes at the Royal Festival Hall and appeared to be having a blast while she was at it.
Slinging her arm up into the air, the mum-of-one was clearly in her element while keeping the dancefloor busy.
Laura’s husband Iain Stirling was also at the P&O Cruises afterparty, as were the likes of Romesh Ranganatha, Rob Beckett, Joel Dommett and Damian Lewis.
For the main event, Laura looked killer in a black spaghetti-strap dress which featured a thigh split and cut-out detailing underneath the bust.
Bad Sisters, Derry Girls, I Am Ruth, and The Traitors were among the night’s biggest winners, with each walking away with two awards.
Meanwhile, performance category winners included Ben Whishaw, Kate Winslet, Adeel Akhtar, Anne-Marie Duff, Lenny Rush, Siobhán McSweeney, and Claudia Winkleman.
As for the viewers’ choice, Platinum Jubilee – Party at the Palace: Paddington meets the Queen was voted by the public as the winner of the P&O Cruises’ most memorable moment.
Platinum Jubilee – Party at the Palace also won in Live Event Coverage.
Hosted by Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan for the first time, the ceremony saw Titanic star Kate take home leading actress for her role in I Am Ruth, which won single drama.
In an emotional speech, the movie star said: ‘If I could break it in half, I would give the other half to my daughter, we did this together, kiddo.’
The actress also said that ‘small British television dramas can be mighty’ and mental health stories such as this one ‘need to be heard.’
She added: ‘To people in power, please criminalise harmful content, we don’t want it… to any young person listening, please ask for help, it will be there just ask for it.’
Anne-Marie then won supporting actress for her portrayal of Grace Williams in Bad Sisters, which won for drama series.
Paddington voice actor Ben won leading actor for his portrayal of Adam Kay in autobiographical drama This is Going to Hurt.
On stage, the 42-year-old actor said ‘everybody in the show is just mind-blowing’ and ‘most of all thank you, Adam Kay, for writing this wonderful role.’
He added: ‘I’m very humbled, and blessed.’
Catch up with all the Baftas action on BBC iPlayer.
TV Bafta Awards 2023 winners
Female performance in a comedy programme – Siobhan McSweeney – Derry Girls
Reality and constructed factual – The Traitors
Short form programme – How To Be A Person
Specialist factual – Russia 1985-1999: Traumazone;
Daytime – The Repair Shop: A Royal Visit
Sports coverage – Uefa Women’s Euro 2022
Male performance in a comedy programme – Lenny Rush – Am I Being Unreasonable?
Entertainment Programme – The Masked Singer
Supporting actress – Anne-Marie Duff – Bad Sisters
Current affairs – Children of the Taliban
News coverage – Channel 4 News: Live In Kyiv
Single drama – I Am Ruth
Mini-series – Mood
International – Dahmer-Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.
Features – Joe Lycett vs Beckham: Got Tour Back At Xmas
Drama series – Bad Sisters
Factual series – Libby, Are You Home Yet?
Single documentary – The Real Mo Farah
Comedy entertainment programme – Friday Night Live
Soap and continuing drama – Casualty
Live event – Platinum Jubilee- Party at the Palace
Entertainment performance – Claudia Winkleman – The Traitors
Special awards – David Olusoga
P&O Cruises Memorable moment – Platinum Jubilee – Party at the Palace Paddington meets the Queen
Supporting actor – Adeel Akhtar – Sherwood
Leading actor – Ben Whishaw – This Is Going To Hurt
Leading actress – Kate Winslet – I Am Ruth
Scripted comedy – Derry Girls
Special award – David Olusoga
Fellowship – Meera Syal
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