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BAFTA TV Awards filled with a star studded night until the downpour

BAFTA TV Awards was all about ground breaking shows and strong leading ladies making the event a memorable one. Holly Willoughby and Eleanor Tomlinson led the charge arriving in two very different gowns.

While ‘This Morning’s’ Holly Willoughby old school glamour in figure hugging Roland Mouret, ‘Poldark’ star Eleanor turned heads in a plunging embellished Naeem Khan gown. Both looking equally glamorous they paved the way for what turned out to be a very stylish night. Here are our fashion highlights:

 

Eleanor Tomilson

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The 24-year-old Poldark star turned heads in an embellished Naeem Khan floor length gown with a daring plunging neckline.

 

Holly Willoughby

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This Morning’s Holly, 36, opted for old school glamour in a strapless baby blue Roland Mouret floor length gown.

Katie Piper

bafta tv awardsThe 33-year-old made a dramatic entrance in a black brocade strapless Kolchaubarba gown with a big puff ball skirt along with her husband Richard James Sutton Dave Benett.

Laura Whitmore

bafta tv awardsLaura Whitmore, 32, never fails to make a statement on the red carpet and choosing an outlandish floor-length gown for this year’s BAFTAs, she certainly turned heads.

Gillian Anderson

bafta tv awardsThe Fall star, 48, may have arrived on crutches but she still managed to look ultra glamorous in a floral frock despite having a fractured foot.

 

Roxanne Pallet

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Here comes the bride: the soap star, 34, channeled wedding day chic in a backless white gown with a long flowing tulle train.

 

Joanna Lumley

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Leading lady of the night collecting her BAFTA Fellowship award. The 71-year-old looked modest in a black Alexander McQueen blazer and a long silver dress.

The British Academy Television Awards took place at the London’s Royal Festival Hall on Sunday with the finest of British Television stars and global talent in attendance. The star-studded show was hosted by former Bake Off star Sue Perkins – a change from usual presenter Graham Norton who was busy with Eurovision hosting responsibilities in Ukraine. What a Show.