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RTS 2013c.jpegCoronation Street has won the 'Soap and Continuing Drama award at last night's Royal Television Society Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel.

The cast members and producers present at the awards then went on to have a very nice time of it. As these pictures (courtesy of ITV) attest. Here are Natalie Gumede, Shobna Gulati, Kym Whatevershescalledthisweek, Marc Baylis, Phil Collinson and Stuart Blackburn enjoying themselves.

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All abougt soap awards logo.jpgVoting has opened in the All About Soap Awards 2013 and you can vote for Corrie in one of 8 categories.

Polls close on February 25th, so you need to get your skates on if you want to take part. You can vote here.

broadcast award.jpgCorrie has picked up another Best Soap award, this time at the Broadcast Awards 2013.

The award comes a week after picking up Best Serial at the National Television Awards and this is the second year running Corrie has won at the Broadcast awards. The soap beat Emmerdale, Eastenders, Hollloaks, Casualty and Holby City and Catherine Tyldesley broke the news of the win by posting a picture on her Twitter stream showing her, Michelle Keegan and Antony Cotton holding the award.

Thumbnail image for national tv awards.jpgCoronation Street won Best Serial and Alan Halsall won Serial Drama Performance at the National Television Awards.

In his speech, Alan paid special praise to his co-stars Liz Dawn (Vera Duckworth) and the late Bill Tarmey (Jack Duckworth), to whom outgoing producer Phil Collinson also dedicated the Serial award.

Not as fortunate were Natalie Gumede (Kirsty Soames) who lost out in the Newcomer category and Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) who was in the same category as Alan Halsall.

national tv awards 2013.jpgCorrie has been nominated for 4 awards at this year's National Television Awards, more than any other soap.

There are nominations for Alan Halsall (Tyrone Dobbs) and Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) for 'Serial Drama Performance' and a 'Newcomer' nod for Natalie Gumede. The soap is also nominated for the 'Serial Drama' prize.

Eastenders and Hollyoaks got 3 nominations and Emmerdale got 2.

michelle keegan at rts awards.jpgIt's just daft now. She's obviously a very good looking lass and all that, but there must be someone else out there in soapland that they can give the sexiest female award to? Apparently not.

Last night Michelle Keegan won Inside Soap's Sexiest Female award for the 946th time. If you add this to all the other sexiest female awards she's won she now has 12,794. Her mantle piece must be massive. That's not a euphemism, by the way.

What about Eastenders? Is there not any decent looking lasses in that? Surely there's the odd one in Hollyoaks? No? Oh well, looks like she'll keep winning for the foreseeable, then.

None of the Corrie cast turned up at the awards last night, incidentally. The Star says this is because they have got a sulk on about never winning but the official ITV line is that the entire cast was tied up with 'filming commitments'. Doesn't sound very likely.

inside soap 1012.jpegInside Soap Awards time again and Corrie have scored the most nominations with 16. Eastenders has 13, Hollyoaks 12 and Emmerdale just 7.

It seems that Corrie has done so well because they have two nominations in many of the categories. There is Simon Gregson (Steve McDonald) and Malcolm Hebden (Norris Cole) up for Funniest Male, Katy Cavanagh (Julie Carp) and Patti Clare (Mary Taylor) for Funniest Female, Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow) and Paula Lane (Kylie Platt) for Best Bitch.

Also in the frame are Chris Gascoyne (Peter Barlow) for Best Actor, Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) for Best Actress, Alex Bain (Simon Barlow) for Best Young Actor, Natalie Gumede (Kirsty Soames) for Best Newcomer, Chris Gascoyne again (Peter Barlow, again) for Best Bad Boy, Chris Fountain (Tommy Duckworth) for Sexiest Male, Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) for Sexiest Female and Best-Dressed Soap Star and, of course the soap in general as Best Soap.

You can vote for Corrie in the awards here.

Corrie hotty Michelle Keegan won yet another award last night. Surprisingly it wasn't for 'Sexiest Female' this time but for 'Best Soap Actress' at the TV Choice Awards.

Sadly, Corrie failed to win in the other two categories it was nominated, Kirsty Soames lost to Tony Discipline (whoever he is) in the 'Best Soap Newcomer' category and Corrie lost to Eastenders for Best Soap.

TvChoiceLogo.GIFYou can now vote for Coronation Street in 4 categories of the TV Choice Awards 2012. The shortlist has been announced and the options for sealing a win for Corrie are:

Best Soap - Coronation Street
Best Soap Newcomer - Natalie Gumede (Kirsty Soames)
Best Soap Actress - Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) or Alison King (Carla Connor)
Best Soap Actor - Chris Fountain (Tommy Duckworth)

Vote at the TV Choice Awards website here before July the 13th.

Corrie last night won the BAFTA for 'Best Soap and Continuing Drama.corrie bafta win.jpg

The awards were held at the Royal Festival Hall and hosted by Dara O'Briain. Corrie beat Eastenders, Holby City and Shameless to win the award, which was collected by William Roache, other cast members and members of the production team including exec producer Phil Collinson.

Angelina Jolie may have been mercilessly mocked for doing a weird leg thing when poising for pictures at this year's Oscars but it doesn't seem to have stopped Corrie actress Natalie Gumede copying her.soap awards leg.jpg

The Kirsty 'nutter cop' Soames actress happily poked her right leg out of her frock at a jaunty angle in a very similar way to the world's most famous actress when she posed for snappers at the British Soap Awards.

Maybe its all part of some celeb/ awards/ hokey-cokey dare?

As you would expect Corrie won its fair share of awards at the British Soap Awards.british soap awards 2012 logo.jpg

Michelle Keegan won Sexiest Female for the 112th year running, Andrew Lancel won Villain of the Year and Alison King was crowned Best Actress.

Best Comedy Performance went to Stephanie Cole for her improving efforts as Sylvia Goodwin and Natalie Gumede won Best Newcomer as nutter cop Kirsty Soames.

Becky McDonald was responsible for two awards with her final episode winning Best Single Episode and Katherine Kelly winning Best Exit. Katherine picked up the awards and had this to say: "I've just come along this evening to say hello to all my Corrie colleagues, thank you to the Soap Awards for this, thank you to the nation for watching, and goodbye."
Eastenders also won some awards, but who cares?

The shortlist has now been announced for the British Soap Awards 2012 and you can cast your vote in 6 of the categories.british soap awards 2012 logo.jpg

Corrie has been nominated in almost all of the 17 categories but you can help select the winners in the following:

SEXIEST FEMALE
Coronation Street: Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre)
EastEnders: Jacqueline Jossa (Lauren Branning)
EastEnders: Preeya Kalidas (Amira Masood)
Hollyoaks: Jorgie Porter (Theresa McQueen)

SEXIEST MALE
Coronation Street: Chris Fountain (Tommy Duckworth)
EastEnders: Scott Maslen (Jack Branning)
Emmerdale: Matthew Wolfenden (David Metcalfe)
Hollyoaks: Danny Mac (Dodger Savage)

VILLAIN OF THE YEAR
Coronation Street: Andrew Lancel (Frank Foster)
EastEnders: Ace Bhatti (Yusef Khan)
EastEnders: Joshua Pascoe (Ben Mitchell)
Hollyoaks: Jeff Rawle (Silas Blissett)

BEST ACTOR
Coronation Street: Chris Gascoyne (Peter Barlow)
EastEnders: Shane Richie (Alfie Moon)
Emmerdale: Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy)
Hollyoaks: Emmett Scanlan (Brendan Brady)

BEST ACTRESS
Coronation Street: Alison King (Carla Connor)
EastEnders: Jo Joyner (Tanya Jessop)
EastEnders: Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood)
Hollyoaks: Karen Hassan (Lynsey Nolan)

BEST BRITISH SOAP
Coronation Street
Doctors
EastEnders
Emmerdale
Hollyoaks

You can vote on the Soap Awards website here and you have until April 27th to chip in.

You can vote for Corrie in one of seven categories in the All About Soap Awards. Voting opens on Valentines Day on the All About Soap wwebsite and closes on February 27th, with winners announced in the subsequent issue of the magazine.

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Here are the nominations in full:

Best Actress
Coronation Street: Alison King
EastEnders: Jo Joyner
Emmerdale: Chelsea Halfpenny
Hollyoaks: Claire Cooper

Best Actor
Coronation Street: Chris Gascoyne
EastEnders: Jake Wood
Emmerdale: Danny Miller
Hollyoaks: Emmett Scanlan


Best Episode
Coronation Street: Steve and Tracy's wedding
EastEnders: Pat's funeral
Emmerdale: Cain's attack
Hollyoaks: Halloween murder

Best Villain
Coronation Street: Frank Foster
EastEnders: Derek Branning
Emmerdale: Cain Dingle
Hollyoaks: Silas Blissett


Best Mystery
EastEnders: Who's stalking Phil?
Emmerdale: Who attacked Cain?
Hollyoaks: Who's the father of Mercy's baby?
Home and Away: Who attacked Bianca?

Best Dressed Soap Star
Coronation Street: Michelle Keegan
EastEnders: Jacqueline Jossa
Emmerdale: Natalie Anderson
Hollyoaks: Jorgie Porter


Best Comeback
Coronation Street: John Stape
EastEnders: David Wicks
Hollyoaks: Steph Roach
Neighbours: Mal Kennedy

Best Couple
Coronation Street: Peter and Carla
EastEnders: Max and Tanya
EastEnders: Zainab and Masood
Home and Away: Brax and Charlie

It's that time again. Another soap awards show, another sexiest female award for Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre). This time it's last night's Inside Soap Awards at which Michelle won the award for the third year running.

Michelle, who is engaged to pop star Max George, did her best to feign surprise, saying: 'I genuinely didn't think I would win again. I think the people who vote clearly don't see me in my slobs on a daily basis. I think it's Tina they like anyway, not me. Max better have voted for me otherwise I'll kill him!'

Corrie also won the award for 'Outstanding Achievement' for the 50th anniversary week of shows but lost out to Eastenders for Best Soap.

Just a couple of weeks after the TV Choice Awards comes news of the nominations for the Inside Soap Awards. Corrie is represented in several categories, notably by Katherine Kelly (Becky McDonald) for Best Actress, Chris Gascoyne (Peter Barlow) for Best Actor, Paula Lane (Kylie Platt) for Best Newcomer and Patti Clare (Mary Taylor) for Funniest Performance.

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Keith Duffy (Ciaran McCarthy) and Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) are up for Sexiest Male and Sexiest Female, respectively and Roy and Hayley's wedding is also up for Best Wedding despite it feeling like it happened years ago.

You can vote for the Inside Soap Awards on their website until the night of the show on 26th of September.


Best Actor
Chris Gascoyne (Peter Barlow) Coronation Street
Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) EastEnders
Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) Emmerdale
Emmett J Scanlan (Brendan Brady) Hollyoaks

Best Actress
Katherine Kelly (Becky McDonald) Coronation Street
Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) EastEnders
Pauline Quirke (Hazel Rhodes) Emmerdale
Claire Cooper (Jacqui Ashworth) Hollyoaks

Best Young Actor
Alex Bain (Simon Barlow) Coronation Street
Maisie Smith (Tiffany Butcher) EastEnders
Joe-Warren Plant (Jacob Gallagher) Emmerdale
Ellis Hollins (Tom Cunningham) Hollyoaks

Best Newcomer
Paula Lane (Kylie Platt) Coronation Street
Steve John Shepherd (Michael Moon) EastEnders
Pauline Quirke (Hazel Rhodes) Emmerdale
Emmett J Scanlan (Brendan Brady) Hollyoaks

Funniest Performance
Patti Clare (Mary Taylor) Coronation Street
Tameka Empson (Kim Fox) EastEnders
Gillian Wright (Jean Slater) EastEnders
Bronagh Waugh (Cheryl Brady) Hollyoaks

Sexiest Male
Keith Duffy (Ciaran McCarthy) Coronation Street
Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) EastEnders
Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) Emmerdale
Danny Mac (Dodger Savage) Hollyoaks

Sexiest Female
Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) Coronation Street
Jo Joyner (Tanya Jessop) EastEnders
Sammy Winward (Katie Sugden) Emmerdale
Jennifer Metcalfe (Mercedes Fisher) Hollyoaks

Best Wedding
Roy and Hayley Cropper Coronation Street
Tamwar Masood and Afia Khan EastEnders
Chas Dingle and Carl King Emmerdale
Gilly Roach and Steph Cunningham Hollyoaks

Corrie won two major awards at the TV Choice Awards at a ceremony in London last night. The event, at the swanky Savoy hotel, saw Corrie pick up the award for Best Soap Storyline for the 50th anniversary tram crash and Paula Lane (who plays Weatherfield wild child Kylie Platt) won Best Soap Newcomer.

Eastenders won the prize for Best Soap.

See pictures from the TV Scoop Awards 2011 below:


The 2011 Inside Soap Awards take place in a couple of weeks but there's still time to register your vote for Corrie in a number of categories. You can vote on the awards website at www.insidesoap.co.uk and you have until midday on the 26th of September. The awards are presented that evening.

Here are the categories and the Corrie nominations in each:

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Best Actor
Chris Gascoyne (Peter Barlow)
Simon Gregson (Steve McDonald)
Graeme Hawley (John Stape)

Best Actress
Jane Danson (Leanne Barlow)
Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre)
Katherine Kelly (Becky McDonald)

Best Young Actor
Alex Bain (Simon Barlow)
Elle Mulvaney (Amy Barlow)

Best Newcomer
Chris Fountain (Tommy Duckworth)
Paula Lane (Kylie Platt)

Funniest Performance
Patti Clare (Mary Taylor)
Stephanie Cole (Sylvia Goodwin)

Sexiest Male
Keith Duffy (Ciaran McCarthy)
Chris Fountain (Tommy Duckworth)

Sexiest Female
Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre)
Alison King (Carla Connor)

Best Exit
Graeme Hawley (John Stape)
Bill Tarmey (Jack Duckworth)

Best Wedding
Roy and Hayley Cropper
David Platt and Kylie Turner/Graeme Proctor and Xin Chi

Best Dramatic Performance
Jane Danson (Leanne's deathbed wedding to Peter: live episode)
Katherine Kelly (Becky and the sledgehammer)

Go on, vote now and let's help Corrie win some much deserved awards.

Corrie has received 6 nominations in the 2011 TV Choice Awards. They are:

Simon Gregson (Steve McDonald) for Best Soap Actor

Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) and Katherine Kelly (Becky McDonald) for Best Soap Actress

Paula Lane (Kylie Platt) for Best Soap Newcomer

50th anniversary tram crash for Best Soap Storyline

And the programme has also been nominated for Best Soap.

The awards are voted by the public and you can vote by clicking here.

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Make sure you help Corrie win as many as possible!

Corrie stunner Michelle Keegan has been voted the sexiest woman in soap for the third year running. Michelle, who plays Rovers barmaid Tina McIntyre beat Rita Simons of Eastenders, Jennifer Metcalfe from Hollyoaks and Corrie's own Alison King to win Sexiest Female at the British Soap Awards. Receiving her award from pop band McFly, Michelle said, 'I've always wanted to meet them! Thank you so much to everyone who's voted. I want to dedicate the award to my mum and dad, I love them very much.'

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It was an award-laden night for Coronation Street with the soap picking up nine gongs in total including prizes for Spectacular Scene of the Year for the 50th anniversary tram crash story. Other winners included Alexander Payne (who plays Simon Barlow) and Patti Clare (Mary Taylor).

The nominations for the British Soap Awards have been announced and there's ample chance for you to vote for your Corrie favourites. There are nominations for Keith Duffy and newcomer Chris Fountain in the Sexiest Male category, Michelle Keegan and Alison King is Sexiest Female and Tracy Barlow is up for Villain of the Year. Chris Gascoyne and Katherine Kelly are in the Best Actor and Actress categories and Corrie is obviously included in the Best Soap section, one they are very likely to win after an amazing 50th anniversary year.

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You can vote here - http://www.britishsoapawards.tv/ - and voting closes on May 13th. Come on Corrie!

The TV drama 'The Road to Coronation Street' which was shown in the UK last year has won a gold medal New York Festivals International Television and Film Awards. The programme, which featured Eastenders star Jessie Wallace as Pat Phoenix, was scripted by Corrie writer Daran Little and made to coincide with the Street's 50th anniversary celebrations. It outlined the travails Corrie creator Tony Warren had to go through to get the show up and running and was shown on BBC4.

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It's the second award the show has won after it was awarded Best Single Drama at the Royal Television Society Programme Awards.

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