Do you like that picture of Dermot O’Leary as much as we do? The NTA’s were held last night in the UK; all glitz and glam, it was.
Here are the big winners of the night:
Serial drama performance
Julie Hesmondhalgh – Hayley Cropper, Coronation Street
Mrs. Brown’s Boys – do they see something we don’t?
Matt Smith – Doctor Who
Ant & Dec
Best TV detective
Benedict Cumberbatch – Sherlock
Now this we agree with, in fact, we’ve given Benedict his very own article. You’re welcome.
This year’s Golden Globes saw some impressive movies and TV shows go head-to-head for those shiny gongs.
There wasn’t too much surprise when it came to the main movie awards, with Best Drama going to 12 years a slave and American Hustle winning Best Comedy/Musical.
There was a murmur of recognition when it came to Best Actor in a Drama, won by Matthew McConnaughey for his powerful portrayal of Ron Woodruff in Dallas Buyers Club.
Staying with the fellas, Leonardo Di Caprio won Best Actor for a Comedy/Musical for his role as corrupt and wild stockbroker Jordan Belfort.
Cate Blanchett won Best Actress for her role in Blue Jasmine, while Amy Adams was awarded a globe for her portrayal of con artist Sydney Prosser.
Jennifer Lawrence and Jared Leto were awarded Golden Globes for their supporting roles in American Hustle and Dallas Buyers Club respectively.
Gravity seemed to disappoint in its predictions of numerous awards however Alfonso Cuaron did walk away with the Best Director award for the 3D science-fiction thriller.
Finally, Disney’s newest contribution Frozen won the Golden Globe for Best Animation.