Bafta night - and look who's muscling in?
The purpose of the Baftas is to 'celebrate the very best industry talent behind-the-scenes and in front of the camera', so obviously Katie Price took that to mean, 'turn up, in your most ridiculously OTT frock, and steal attention from the genuine actors who have a reason to be there.' Like, y'know, actually getting nominated.
While Pricey wore raven-black, the majority of the actors went for the usual bridal look that seems obligitory at awards ceremonies. The soap lot (Lacey Turner, Kara Tointon et al) chose Grecian inspired dresses, while eccentric good sports Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter looked reliably batty.
The Bafta winners:
Leading Actress – Julie Walters
Leading Actor – Kenneth Branagh
Supporting Actor – Matthew MacFadyen
Supporting Actress – Rebecca Hall
Entertainment Performance – Ant And Dec
Female Performance In A Comedy Role – Rebecca Front
Male Performance In A Comedy Role – Peter Capaldi
Single Drama – The Unloved
Drama Series – Misfits
Drama Serial – Occupation
Continuing Drama – EastEnders