What is a perfect reminiscence of sizzling glamour and classic attitudes that we cherish eternally? One which encompasses stardust nights filled with Hollywood A-list celebrities taking our breath away. From their Red Carpet appearance to their inspiring performances and awards presentation, our spectacular night is magnetized with sparkle. We witnessed the same razzle-dazzle this Sunday at BAFTA TV Awards 2015.


Like every year, the award ceremony was held in England. Theatre Royal in London looked glitzy as smoldering hot celebrities made their presence.

Before we share the entire nominees and winners list, let’s have a look at noteworthy and flashy glimpses from the night:

Poldark stars, Eleanor Tomlinson and Heida Reed, made impeccable appearances in their impressively contrasting gowns.


Hosts Claudia Winkelman and Tess Daly, along with 2014 contestant Judy Murray supported Strictly Come Dancing.


Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams presented the award for best scripted comedy to BBC Four’s Detectorists.


Downton Abbey and W1A’s Hugh Bonneville came to the ceremony with his wife Lulu Williams.

Former Coronation Street star Michelle Keegan attended elegantly, while Davina McCall and John Bishop had coordinated their wardrobes.


Tamsin Greig, Russell Tovey and Emma Willis were amongst the hot attendees.


Hold your breaths, because we’re about to reveal tonight’s winners:

Best Entertainment Programme: Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway


Best Mini-Series: The Lost Honour Of Christopher Jefferies : Gareth Neame, Peter Morgan, Roger Michell, Kevin Loader

Best Factual Series: Life And Death Row

Best International: True Detective: Nic Pizzolatto, Cary Joji Fukunaga, Scott Stephens, Steve Golin

Best News Coverage: Sky News Live At Five: Ebola : Alex Crawford, Nick Ludlam, Thomas Moore, David Rees

Best Features: Grand Designs


Best Single Documentary: The Paedophile Hunter:  Dan Reed, Mark Towns, Tom Costello

Best Sport and Live Event: WW1 Remembered – From The Battlefield & Westminster Abbey

Best Current Affairs: Children On The Frontline (Dispatches): Marcel Mettelsiefen, Anthony Wonke, Stephen Ellis, Chris Shaw

Best Supporting Actor: Stephen Rea- The Honourable Woman


Best Comedy and Comedy Entertainment Programme: The Graham Norton Show : Jon Magnusson, Graham Stuart, Graham Norton, Steve Smith


Best Supporting Actress: Gemma Jones : Marvellous


Programme: Matt Berry : Toast of London

Best Specialist Factual: Grayson Perry: Who Are You? : Neil Crombie, Joe Evans, Grayson Perry, Dinah Lord


Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme: Jessica Hynes : W1A

Best Reality & Constructed Factual: The Island With Bear Grylls

Best Single Drama: Marvellous: Peter Bowker, Julian Farino, Katie Swinden, Patrick Spence

Special Award Recipient: Jeff Pope

Best Soap & Continuing Drama: Coronation Street

Best Drama Series: Happy Valley : Sally Wainwright, Karen Lewis, Euros Lyn, Nicola Shindler


Best Male Performance in a Comedy

Best Scripted Comedy: Detectorists: Mackenzie Crook, Adam Tandy

Best Entertainment Performance Winner: Ant and Dec: Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

Special Factual Award Winner: Grayson Perry: Who Are You?

Radio Times Audience Award Winner: Sherlock


Best Leading Actress: Georgina Campbell: Murdered by My Boyfriend


Best Leading Actor: Jason Watkins: The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies


BAFTA Fellowship Recipient: Jon Snow

BAFTA Special Award: Clive James

Content to see your favorite stars win? We know how it feels! Speaking of the Red Carpet, who did you consider best-dressed (and worst-dressed) celebrities? Who revealed the show stopping elegance? Share with us your thoughts by commenting below, and you’ll be entered to win free Angara jewelry at no additional cost. We look forward to hearing from you.

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