TV Choice Awards: Coronation Street star Katie McGlynn has a FURIOUS row with Love Island couple Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard… as they lead the worse for wear stars leaving the after-party
- The group were seen having an animated conversation outside London’s Hilton Park Lane Hotel where the ceremony and party were held
- A source close to the Coronation Street star told MailOnline that ‘there was no row and Katie was trying to help calm a situation and help Maura and Curtis get outside’
- Soap star Katie, who plays Sinead in the soap, was seen with Maura, her boyfriend Curtis and Love Island pal Chris Taylor
- London ‘s Hilton Park Lane Hotel also saw some tipsy exits, with soap stars making their bleary-eyed departures
They were part of the TV glitterati at the 2019 TV Choice Awards on Monday night.
But as the night drew to a close with a glam after-party, some of the stars were looking decidedly worse for wear, and there was even a furious row between Coronation Street star Katie McGlynn and Love Island stars Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard.
London’s Hilton Park Lane Hotel also saw some tipsy exits, with soap stars making their bleary-eyed departures.
What a night! As the TV Choice Awards drew to a close with a glam after-party on Monday, there was a furious row between Coronation Street star Katie McGlynn and Love Island stars Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard
Soap star Katie, who plays Sinead in the soap, looked fuming during an animated conversation with Maura, while her boyfriend Curtis and Love Island pal Chris Taylor tried to calm everyone down.
Dressed in her glam blue dress, Katie gesticulated wildly at Maura, who stood still in her backless gold gown.
At one point a furious Katie seemed to turn her attention toward Curtis, while Chris was seen putting a comforting hand on Maura’s arm.
Row: Soap star Katie, who plays Sinead in the soap, looked fuming during an animated conversation with Maura, while her boyfriend Curtis and Love Island pal Chris Taylor tried to calm everyone down
What happened? At one point a furious Katie seemed to turn her attention toward Curtis as he stood next to Maura
Support: Later, Curtis was seen comforting Maura, kissing her head as he wrapped his arms around the glam reality star while they waited for a car
Maura seemed to stop Chris getting involved, putting a hand on his chest as the fight continued in the lobby of the Hilton Park Lane hotel.
Later, Curtis was seen comforting Maura, kissing her head as he wrapped his arms around the glam reality star while they waited for a car.
A source close to the Coronation Street star told MailOnline that ‘there was no row. Katie was trying to help calm a situation and help Maura and Curtis get outside’.
A representative for Maura told MailOnline: ‘These claims are false, Maura and Katie are friends and they even left together.’
Helping hand: Maura seemed to stop Chris getting involved, putting a hand on his chest as the fight continued in the lobby of the Hilton Park Lane hotel
Talking it out: The fight seemed to be a lengthy one as he foursome talked in both the hotel lobby and outside
Put on a happy face! Curtis and Maura appeared in better spirits as they made their way out of the party
Elsewhere, there were some tipsy exits from the stars of the small screen as they departed the Hilton Park Lane Hotel party.
Emmerdale stars Olivia Bromley and Natalie Ann Jamieson looked like they’d had a very merry night, holding onto each other as they stumbled their way to the car.
Natalie, who plays Amy in the ITV soap, was still looking glam in her black one-shouldered dress, as she gave her co-star a huge hug and snuggled into her chest before they walked arm in arm out of the bash.
I got you: While Maura still looked tense, Curtis flashed as big smile while holding her hand for the walk outside
Heading home: Maura gazed lovingly at her beau as they cosied up in the back of their ride home
All forgiven? Katie and Maura were seen holding hands at one point despite their furious looking row
Getting out of here: Katie was stony-faced as she led the way outside the hotel with Maura and Curtis behind
Upset: The actress appeared tearful as she made a phone call in the back of her car
Isabel Hodgins, who plays Victoria Sugden in Emmerdale, looked stunning in her tiny silver mini dress as she made an animated exit.
The glam actress was keen to get to her car, climbing over a barrier in her purple heels and mini dress.
She hitched up her skirt and successfully managed it over the rope while still looking sensational.
Good night? Elsewhere, there were some tipsy exits from the stars of the small screen as they departed the Hilton Park Lane Hotel party.Emmerdale stars Olivia Bromley and Natalie Ann Jamieson looked like they’d had a very merry night
I love you! The real life pals cosied up after celebrating the big night in the TV awards calendar
Fun times! Isabel Hodgins, who plays Victoria Sugden in Emmerdale, looked stunning in her tiny silver mini dress as she made an animated exit
Shortcut: The glam actress was keen to get to her car, climbing over a barrier in her purple heels and mini dress
Got my goodies: Isabel had her goody bay in hand as she walked out with Natalie Ann Jamieson and Laura Norton
EastEnders favourite Lucy Benjamin looked a little worse for wear as she headed out, closing her eyes in the back of her car.
The soap star looked ready for bed, managing to make it to her ride home with her goody bag slung over her arm.
Once safely in the back of the cab, Lucy appeared to doze off.
Ready for bed! EastEnders favourite Lucy Benjamin looked a little worse for wear as she headed out of the bash
Home driver! Once safely in the back of the cab, Lucy appeared to doze off, with her head drooping onto her chest
Alison King was merry after scooping the Best Soap Actress award for her Coronation Street role as Carla Connor.
The soap veteran looked bleary eyed as she made her way outside, still looking glam in her white caped mini dress and knee-high boots.
Flashing a huge smile, Alison looked delighted with the successful night, after beating a string of big names to one of the night’s top prizes.
Celebrating! Alison King was merry after scooping the Best Soap Actress award for her Corrie role as Carla Connor
Happy: Flashing a huge smile, Alison looked delighted with the successful night, after beating a string of big names to one of the night’s top prizes
Hilarious: Alison burst out laughing while walking ahead of Jamie Lomas out of the Hilton Park Lane
Worse for wear? Alison looked happy to make it to the car after the long night of celebrating her win
The TV Choice Awards 2019 celebrated the best of the last twelve months in TV, with a host of the nation’s favourite actors in attendance.
The glitzy ceremony saw some of Britain’s biggest celebrity names scoop the coveted trophies, as voted for by the British viewing public.
It’s the 23rd time that the Awards has honoured televisions best stars and shows, but the night heralded a TV Choice debut for its brand new host, comedy star Katherine Ryan, who replaced Pointless star Richard Osman.
Early night: Vicky Pattison was seen departing the awards early, looking subdued as she made her exit around 9pm
Time for bed? Vicky looked tired as she laid back in her car despite only being at the bash for a couple of hours
Belle of the ball: Holly Willoughby was in great spirits after This Morning’s win, flashing her tanned legs in her pretty summer dress
Winners: Holly went home with a smile on her face, after I’m A Celebrity bagged Best Reality Show, and This Morning won Best Daytime Show, which Holly hosts with Phillip Schofield
Popular: Holly and Phil both took time to sign autographs and snap photos for the waiting fans
Sisters in style: Billie and Sam Faiers wowed in satin gowns for the night and looked cosy as they headed out of the party
Feeling merry: The Mummy Diaries stars couldn’t hide their smiles despite losing out on the Best Reality Show award
Jodie Comer, 26, reigned triumphant as she scooped up the Best Actress award for her portrayal of Villanelle in Killing Eve, while Lorraine Kelly, 59, was given a Lifetime Achievement Award to honour her 35 years on daytime TV.
BBC police drama Line of Duty won Best Drama Series and Adrian Dunbar, 61, was crowned Best Actor for his portrayal of Ted Hastings, while EastEnders star Danny Dyer, 42, took home the award for Best Soap Actor as Best Soap Newcomer went to his co-star Kara-Leah Fernandes.
Although EastEnders racked up the most awards, Emmerdale picked up Best Soap – cementing its well-loved status with viewers.
Partying: Love Island winner Amber Gill looked in great spirits after her recent break up with Greg O’Shea
Calling it a night: The glam reality star gave the cameras a wave after her fun night out came to a close
Head turner: Amber’s BFF Anna Vakili wowed in her sheer jumpsuit at the event, and managed to give a quick autograph as she left
Here you go! Anna was in demand with a group of excited fans who waited outside the awards do
Fame game: Strictly star and social media sensational Saffron Barker looked stunning in her little black dress
His other leading lady: Saffron’s Strictly partner AJ Pritchard left the bash with his girlfriend Abbie Quinnen
Holly Willoughby went home with a smile on her face, after I’m A Celebrity bagged Best Reality Show, and This Morning won Best Daytime Show.
Meanwhile, The Graham Norton Show picked up Best Entertainment Show, while Call The Midwife scooped the award for Best Family Drama.
Although he missed out on the Best Actor award to Adrian Dunbar, Richard Madden and his Bodyguard co-star Keeley Hawes beat off stiff competition in the Best New Drama category.
TV favourite: Rochelle Humes, whose show This Morning triumphed, beamed with her goody bag in hand
Graceful exit: The star was without her husband and presenting partner Marvin Humes
Family: Mark Wright enjoyed the night with his model sister Natalya Wright
Always cheery! ITV favourite Lorraine Kelly had a huge smile on her face while looking fab in her metallic gown
Fun night out: Angela Griffin wowed in pink satin for her night out with her lookalike daughter Tallulah
Another row? Danny Dyer gesticulated wildly during a heated chat with EastEnders co-star Danielle Harold outside
Cheeky: The soap favourite gave the cameras a wink as he headed into his car and back home
Elsewhere, Britain’s Got Talent picked up Best Talent Show while ‘Blue Planet II won Best Factual Show for the second year running.
Ricky Gervais’s comedy After Life landed Netflix its first TV Choice Awards victory in the Best Comedy category.
Best Lifestyle show went to DIY SOS: The Big Build, and Gordon, Gino And Fred: Road Trip was crowned Best Food Show.
The biggest winner on the night was writer Jed Mercurio, who wrote both Line of Duty and Bodyguard.
TV CHOICE AWARDS 2019: THE WINNERS
BEST DRAMA SERIES
Game Of Thrones Sky Atlantic
Line Of Duty BBC1 – winner
After Life Netflix – winner
Derry Girls Channel 4
Not Going Out BBC1
Still Open All Hours BBC1
Best Actress: Jodie Comer won the award
BEST TALENT SHOW
Britain’s Got Talent ITV – winner
Dancing On Ice ITV
The Great British Bake Off Channel 4
Strictly Come Dancing BBC1
BEST DAYTIME SHOW
The Chase ITV
Good Morning Britain ITV
The Repair Shop BBC1
This Morning ITV – winner
Best Reality Show: I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! won the gong
Martin Compston Line Of Duty
Adrian Dunbar Line Of Duty – winner
Richard Madden Bodyguard
Aidan Turner Poldark
Brenda Blethyn Vera
Jodie Comer Killing Eve – winner
Vicky McClure Line Of Duty
Eleanor Tomlinson Poldark
BEST FACTUAL SHOW
24 Hours In A&E Channel 4
Blue Planet Live BBC1 – winner
Paul O’Grady: For The Love Of Dogs ITV
Soap King: Danny Dyer scooped a gong
BEST FOOD SHOW
Gino’s Italian Coastal Escape ITV
Gordon, Gino And Fred: Road Trip ITV – winner
Mary Berry’s Quick Cooking BBC2
Sunday Brunch Channel 4
BEST REALITY SHOW
First Dates/First Dates Hotel Channel 4
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! ITV – winner
Love Island ITV2
Sam & Billie Faiers: The Mummy Diaries ITVBe
Daytime fave: This Morning took the win
BEST FAMILY DRAMA
Call The Midwife BBC1 – winner
Doctor Who BBC1
The Durrells ITV
Best Talent Show: BGT were crowned winners, seeing off other popular shows
BEST NEW DRAMA
The Bay ITV
Bodyguard BBC1 – winner
Killing Eve BBC1
Sex Education Netflix
BEST ENTERTAINMENT SHOW
Celebrity Juice ITV2
Gogglebox Channel 4
The Graham Norton Show BBC1 – winner
Most Haunted Really
Best New Drama: Bodyguard took the prize
BEST LIFESTYLE SHOW
Antiques Roadshow BBC1
DIY SOS BBC1 – winner
Long Lost Family ITV
The Undateables Channel 4
Best entertainment show: The Graham Norton Show saw off stiff competition
BEST SOAP ACTRESS
Isabel Hodgins Victoria Barton Emmerdale
Alison King Carla Connor Coronation Street – winner
Lorraine Stanley Karen Taylor EastEnders
Gillian Wright Jean Slater EastEnders
BEST SOAP ACTOR
Danny Dyer Mick Carter EastEnders – winner
Ryan Hawley Robert Sugden Emmerdale
Jeff Hordley Cain Dingle Emmerdale
Jack P Shepherd David Platt Coronation Street
Love lost? I’m A Celeb beat Love Island to be crowned best reality show
BEST SOAP NEWCOMER
Olivia Bromley Dawn Taylor Emmerdale
Kara-Leah Fernandes Bailey Baker EastEnders – winner
Maureen Lipman Evelyn Plummer Coronation Street
Asan N’Jie Ellis Chapman Emmerdale
Coronation Street ITV
Emmerdale ITV – winner
Hollyoaks Channel 4
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