British Soap Awards 2015: All the winners!

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British Soap Awards 2015: All the winners!

Warning! Contains spoilers

We’ve already brought you all of the style news from the British Soap Awards, mainly nipple goss, so how about we tell you who actually picked up an award?

The cast and crew of EastEnders reigned supreme at the bash, which was held in Manchester at the swanky Palace Theatre, collecting a whopping 8 awards!

Kellie Bright, aka Linda Carter in Easties
Kellie Bright, who plays Linda Carter, was named Best Actress. Linda Carter was the centre of a horrific rape storyline involving her husband Mick Carter’s brother, which Kellie Bright portrayed brilliantly. Kellie tweeted a pic of her onscreen fam via Twitter after winning the award.

Actor Ian Woodyatt, Ian Beale, bagged the Best Actor prize while Who Killed Lucy Beale stole Best Storyline. Easties also took home the much-coveted Best British Soap prize.

Late actress and Corrie legend Anne Kirkbride was honoured with an Outstanding Achievement award, collected on her behalf by former co-stars William Roache and Beverly Callard.

ALL THE WINNERS

BEST ACTOR

Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale, EastEnders)

BEST ACTRESS

Kellie Bright (Linda Carter, EastEnders)

BEST STORYLINE

Who Killed Lucy (Eastenders)

VILLAIN OF THE YEAR

Jeremy Sheffield (Patrick Blake, Hollyoaks)

BEST COMEDY PERFORMANCE

Sally Dynevor (Sally Webster, Coronation Street)

BEST NEWCOMER

Jessica Regan (Niamh Donoghue, Doctors)

OUSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT

Anne Kirkride (Coronation Street)

BEST SINGLE EPISODE

Episode 5020 - Live Episode (EastEnders)

BEST DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE

Kellie Bright (Linda Carter, EastEnders)

BEST ON-SCREEN PARTNERSHIP

Laurie Brett and Adam Woodyatt (Jane and Ian Beale, EastEnders)

BEST YOUNG PERFORMANCE

Amelia Flanagan (April Windsor, Emmerdale)

SCENE OF THE YEAR

Donna's goodbye (Emmerdale)

BEST BRITISH SOAP

EastEnders

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT (OFF SCREEN)

  • EastEnders* writer Rob Gittins

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