Stars of the small screen donned their finest dresses and tuxedos for the 2015 National Television Awards.
Soap stars, drama, comedians, TV hosts and reality TV were all honoured at the glitzy ceremony at London's O2 Arena.
Sadly, Sarah Lancashire missed out on the drama performance award for her role in Happy Valley, filmed in Sowerby Bridge, while Game of Thrones, featuring Shelley's own Lena Headey, didn't win the Multichannel Award it was nominated for.
The drama performance award instead went to Sheridan Smith for her performance in Cilla, and Celebrity Juice picked up the Multichannel Award.
The ceremony also included a moving tribute to Coronation Street star Anne Kirkbride, who played Deirdre Barlow for more than 40 years.
Anne, 60, passed away earlier this week after a short ilness.
Her on-screen husband William Roache, who plays Ken Barlow, led the dedication:
Click below to watch his tribute
Here are the winners of the 2015 National Television Awards:
Talent Show : 'The X Factor'
Comedy : 'Mrs Brown's Boys'
Drama Performance : Sheridan Smith - 'Cilla'
Factual Entertainment : 'Googlebox'
Daytime : 'This Morning'
Newcomer : Maddy Hill - 'EastEnders'
Serial Best Drama Performance : Danny Dyer - 'EastEnders'
Entertainment Programme: 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'
Entertainment Presenter: Ant & Dec
Skills Challenge Show: 'The Great British Bake Off'
TV Judge : David Walliams - 'Britain's Got Talent'
Multichannel : 'Celebrity Juice'
Chat Show Host : Alan Carr
Special Recognition Award : David Tennant
Drama : 'Downton Abbey'
Serial Drama : 'EastEnders'
Landmark Award : Comic Relief
The NTAs are voted for by the public.
Click below to see who wore what at last night's awards: