Inside British Soap Awards’ raucous afterparty

Inside British Soap Awards’ raucous afterparty: Katie McGlynn, Jennifer Metcalfe and slew of stars quaff champagne as they party into the early hours at boozy bash

It’s the biggest night in the soap calendar. 

And Katie McGlynn, Lucy Fallon, Jennifer Metcalfe and a slew of stars partied into the early hours after the British Soap Awards’ glamorous ceremony in Manchester on Saturday.

The casts of EastEnders, Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks celebrated and commiserated in style as they ringed in the night at Menagerie. 

Boozy: Katie McGlynn (pictured), Jennifer Metcalfe and a slew of stars partied into the early hours after the British Soap Awards’ glamorous ceremony in Manchester on Saturday

Lucy, 23, who plays Bethany Platt in Corrie, posed for a snap with co-stars Ellie Leach (Faye Windass), Sair Khan (Alya Nazir) and pregnant Brooke Vincent.

In the party spirit, she then danced with Colson Smith, who joked he was joining this year’s Love Island. 

The actor, who plays Craig Tinker, showed he was a true gentleman as he fanned his flustered co-star Brooke with a napkin. 

Raucous: With a glass of wine in one hand, Jennifer Metcalfe was also in a playful mood as she posed with Jude McGowan (Liam Donovan)

Celebrations: The casts of EastEnders, Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks celebrated and commiserated in style as they ringed in the night at Menagerie

Having fun: In the party spirit, she then danced with Colson Smith, who joked he was joining this year’s Love Island

Cheers! Lucy also shared a boomerang of herself with her on-screen mum Tina O’Brien (Sarah Platt) with a glass of wine


Absent: Pregnant Hollyoaks star Nadine Mulkerrin (L) and expectant Coronation Street actress Brooke Vincent (R) were notably absent at the after-party, having wisely opted to have an early night

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    Lucy also shared a boomerang of herself with her on-screen mum Tina O’Brien (Sarah Platt) with a glass of wine. 

    Meanwhile, Katie McGlynn (Sinead Osbourne) was joined by her on-screen husband Rob Mallard (Daniel Osbourne) who puffed on an pipe. 

    Once inside the Menagerie bar, the star quaffed champagne, which was lit up by sparklers, with her mum.

    Festivities: The cast of Corrie were in the party spirit after the award ceremony 

    Party time: Lucy, 23, who plays Bethany Platt in Corrie, posed for a snap with co-starsp regnant Brooke Vincent,Ellie Leach (Faye Windass) and  Sair Khan (Alya Nazir)

    Here come the girls! Lucy appeared in high spirits as she posed with Helen Worth (L) and Sue Nicholls (R)

    Great music: There was an impressive DJ set, which played all the latest tunes 

    Ryan Prescott (Ryan Connor) poured the bubbly, with Katie showing off her dance moves and impressive DJ set. 

    Emmerdale’s Amy Walsh also appeared a little worse for wear, as she shared a snap of the alcohol being consumed and Louisa Clein offering her chips while sat on the floor. 

    Hollyoaks star Stephanie, 26, who recently returned to Hollyoaks as Sinead Shelby, appeared in great spirits as she joined her Owen Warner, 19, at the celebrity hot spot.

    Glamorous: Lucy sat next to Julia Goulding at the ceremony 



    In good company: Joined by her boyfriend of three years Tom Leech, 27, Bethany Platt actress Lucy caught the eye as she slipped into the deeply low-cut Grecian-inspired ensemble, embellished with dramatic cape sleeves and a tie-waist belt

    Worse for wear: The blonde beauty looked very bleary-eyed as she got into a cab 

    Tired: Her boyfriend Tom Leech shared a photo of her fast asleep in bed after a night of partying 

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      The CBB star, who shares son Caben Albi, 16 months, with ex Jeremy McConnell, later switched into a cosy yet chic slinky jumpsuit, paired with gold strappy heels to show off her glossy pedicure. 

      Despite missing out on the Best Actress trophy, she still managed to beam with delight as she held hands with her co-star partner Owen.

      Actor Owen also switched into a more dressed down outfit as he donned a black denim jacket with a slogan tee, grey trousers and white trainers. 

      Bubbly: Once inside the Menagerie bar, Katie quaffed champagne, which was lit up by sparklers, with her mum

      Stunning: The soap star looked glamorous in a white embroidered maxi dress earlier on in the night 

      Pints of beer: Emmerdale’s Amy Walsh also appeared a little worse for wear, as she shared a snap of the alcohol being consumed

      Loved-up: Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davis, 26, who recently returned to Hollyoaks as Sinead Shelby, appeared in great spirits as she joined Owen Warner, 19, at the after party 

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        With a glass of wine in one hand, Jennifer Metcalfe was also in a playful mood as she posed with Jude McGowan (Liam Donovan). 

        The cast of Hollyoaks made sure they celebrated as the TV show won the Best British Soap gong.

        Picking up the coveted award, the talented actors were visibly emotional as they celebrated their first Best British Soap Award win since 2014.     

        The cast and crew climbed up onto the stage at Salford’s Lowry Theatre in their droves to celebrate their exciting win, heaping praise on show boss Bryan Kirkwood. 

        Sign of a good night: Louisa Clein offered Amy chips while sat on the floor

        Hollyoaks matched Coronation Street with nominations, bagging an impressive 14 nods.

        It was a successful night for the soap, which also saw actor Adam Woodward (Brody Hudson) win Best Male Dramatic Performance, Nathan Sussex (Buster Smith)  win for Best Villain and Gregory Finnegan (James Nightingale) pick up Best Actor.

        Gregory Finnegan said that winning Best Actor for Hollyoaks made it ‘worth missing the football’ – referencing the Champions League, which clashed with Saturday’s soap event, much to the chagrin of an obviously-miffed Danny Dyer, who lost out on the same award. 

        Hollyoaks last picked up the Best Soap Award award in 2014, losing out last year to Coronation Street.  

        And Corrie  was the top winner on the night, picking up five awards.  

        The soap’s suicide plot scooped two accolades – Best Single Episode and Best Storyline.

        Sweet: Colson, who plays Craig Tinker, showed he was a true gentleman as he fanned his flustered co-star Brooke with a napkin

        BRITISH SOAP AWARDS 2019 – NOMINEES AND WINNERS

        Best British Soap (viewer-voted)

        Coronation Street

        Doctors

        EastEnders

        Emmerdale

        Hollyoaks – WINNER

         

        Best Actor (viewer-voted)

        Jack P Shepherd (David Platt, Coronation Street)

        Danny Dyer (Mick Carter, EastEnders)

        Zack Morris (Keegan Baker, EastEnders)

        Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle, Emmerdale)

        Gregory Finnegan (James Nightingale, Hollyoaks) – WINNER

         

        Best Actress (viewer-voted)

        Alison King (Carla Connor, Coronation Street)

        Lorraine Stanley (Karen Taylor, EastEnders)

        Lucy Pargeter (Chas Dingle, Emmerdale) – WINNER

        Stephanie Davis (Sinead Shelby, Hollyoaks)

        Lauren McQueen (Lily McQueen, Hollyoaks)

         

        Villain of the Year (panel-voted)

        Greg Wood (Rick Neelan, Coronation Street)

        Matthew Chambers (Daniel Granger, Doctors)

        Ricky Champ (Stuart Highway, EastEnders)

        Claire King (Kim Tate, Emmerdale)

        Nathan Sussex (Buster Smith, Hollyoaks) – WINNER

         

        Best Comedy Performance (panel-voted)

        Patti Clare (Mary Cole, Coronation Street)

        Sarah Moyle (Valerie Pitman, Doctors) – WINNER

        Tameka Empson (Kim Fox, EastEnders)

        Nicola Wheeler (Nicola King, Emmerdale)

        Jessamy Stoddart (Liberty Savage, Hollyoaks) 

         

        Best On-Screen Partnership (panel-voted)

        Simon Gregson and Kate Ford (Steve and Tracy McDonald, Coronation Street)

        Ian Midlane and Adrian Lewis-Morgan (Al Haskey and Jimmi Clay, Doctors)

        Roger Griffiths and Kara-Leah Fernandes (Mitch and Bailey Baker, EastEnders) – WINNER

        Lucy Pargeter and Dominic Brunt (Chas Dingle and Paddy Kirk, Emmerdale)

        Nick Pickard and Alex Fletcher (Tony and Diane Hutchinson, Hollyoaks)

         

        Scene of the Year (panel-voted)

        Gail’s monologue (Coronation Street) – WINNER

        The crash (Doctors)

        Shakil’s funeral (EastEnders)

        Cain’s confession (Emmerdale)

        Brody confronts his abuser (Hollyoaks)   

        Best Newcomer (panel-voted)

        Alexandra Mardell (Emma Brooker, Coronation Street) – WINNER

        Bethan Moore (Izzie Torres, Doctors)

        Ricky Champ (Stuart Highway, EastEnders)

        James Moore (Ryan Stocks, Emmerdale)

        Talia Grant (Brooke Hathaway, Hollyoaks)

         

        Best Storyline (panel-voted)

        The impact of Aidan’s suicide (Coronation Street) – WINNER

        Daniel and Zara’s break-up (Doctors)

        Knife crime (EastEnders)

        Charity’s abuse (Emmerdale)

        Footballer abuse (Hollyoaks)

         

        Best Single Episode (panel-voted)

        Aidan’s suicide and the aftermath (Coronation Street) – WINNER

        ‘And the Beat Goes On…’ (Doctors)

        Consent (EastEnders)

        Chas and Paddy say goodbye to baby Grace (Emmerdale)

        Where Do I Belong? (Hollyoaks)

         

        Best Female Dramatic Performance (panel-voted)

        Katie McGlynn (Sinead Tinker, Coronation Street)

        Elisabeth Dermot Walsh (Zara Carmichael, Doctors)

        Gillian Wright (Jean Slater, EastEnders) – WINNER

        Lucy Pargeter (Chas Dingle, Emmerdale)

        Nadine Mulkerrin (Cleo McQueen, Hollyoaks)

         

        Best Young Actor (panel-voted)

        Elle Mulvaney (Amy Barlow, Coronation Street)

        Oliver Falconer (Joe Granger-Carmichael, Doctors)

        Kara-Leah Fernandes (Bailey Baker, EastEnders) – WINNER

        Joe-Warren Plant (Jacob Gallagher, Emmerdale)

        Lacey Findlay (Dee Dee Hutchinson, Hollyoaks) 

         

        Best Male Dramatic Performance (panel-voted)

        Rob Mallard (Daniel Osbourne, Coronation Street)

        Ian Midlane (Al Haskey, Doctors)

        Zack Morris (Keegan Baker, EastEnders)

        Dominic Brunt (Paddy Kirk, Emmerdale) 

        Adam Woodward (Brody Hudson, Hollyoaks) – WINNER  

         

        Outstanding Achievement

        Sue Nicholls

         

        Tony Warren Award

        Val Lawson 

         

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