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The TV's small screen queens came out in force for the National Television Awards in London tonight.

And one thing's for sure, the style did not disappoint. We look the five best dressed stars and their FAB outfits:

1. Emma Willis

Even with a baby bump, Emma looks gorgeous tonight in a navy and floral midi dress.


2. Vogue Williams

Vogue is not letting the Irish ladies down. Stepping out in a blue halter dress and red heels, we're giving her major style points.


3. Jorgie Porter

This has to be one of our fave outfits. Classic and sexy, Hollyoak's Jorgie did not disappoint.


4. Michelle Keegan

Rocking it on the red carpet with her hubby, Michelle flaunted her taut tummy with this cut-out two-piece.


5. Jessica Wright

Keeping the TOWIE standards high, Jessica looked very chic tonight. And we're loving the eclectic blue peeking out from her dress. 


The fans of I’m A Celebrity went into a totally meltdown last night and began angry claims that the show is fixed. Following one unfortunate Bushtucker Trial that involved some ‘deadly’ crabs, viewers were less than pleased with what they had seen.

Jorgie Porter, Brian Friedman and Lady Colin Campbell had to take on a mud crab and snakes in the challenge on Friday, however, despite the claims of the dangerous nature of the crabs some viewers discovered something slight off about the challenge. 

"Not fair on the crab, its got it's claws restrained. That's cruel to the animal," one user wrote after spotting the crabs on screen with their claws bound.

A close-up had revealed that Jorgie and other challengers would not actually be in any danger from the crabs because their sharp claws were in fact tied together.

Fans immediately took to social media in order to draw attention to the ‘fix’. They were less than pleased. 

"What's the point of putting a mud crab in when it's claws are immobilised?" asked another view. More took to Twitter to call the show a 'fix':

"Absolute fix. Poor show #AntandDec the winners weren't even drinking their shots properly. Just throwing them down their torsos."

Viewers were also less than pleased when Vicky Pattison was dunked in the splash pool despite the fact that she won her part of the live trial.

When Ant and Dec mistakenly announced her fate eagle-eyed viewers were quick to spot  the second slip-up of the evening.

The pair were forced to apologise live on air after the supposed mix up.

Meanwhile, Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews left the reality competition and has since become the focus of some serious speculation.

The Mirror reports that his abrupt departure is a result of a “secret steroid addiction”.  

In a statement he explained: “My admission to the production team that I was still taking these pills led to the conclusion that it would be unsafe for me to stay in the jungle- a decision which I found extremely hard to stomach.”

He admitted that in the run up to a charity boxing match, which “ironically never took place” he had started taking the supplements to bulk up.

He added: “Taking these pills was a serious error of judgement, which I hugely regret.”



Hollyoaks actress Jorgie Porter has hit back at rumours she was drunk on ITV’s Text Santa marathon.

Twitter was alight with speculation that the actress was drunk or under the influence causing her to hit back saying: “nope sorry that’s just me.”

Jorgie, who plays Theresa McQueen on the soap joined Phillip Schofield for the 24hour marathon show. Phillip managed to stay awake for the whole marathon, finally signing off at 11am and leaving the ITV studios with his wife. 

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