CHRISTINE McGuinness led the glamour as she arrived at today’s Tric Awards.
The 35-year-old was joined by a host of very famous faces on the pink carpet at London's Park Lane's Grosvenor House , including Charlotte Hawkins and Danielle Harold.
Looking amazing, Christine wore a halterneck blue minidress with her hair falling down her bag.
Charlotte Hawkins was a vision in pink, while Laura Tobin opted for a frilly red number.
EastEnders actress Danielle Harold looked a far cry from her character Lola, wearing a chic black dress and heels.
The annual Tric Awards celebrate the very best of British broadcasting.
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We previously revealed that TalkTV legend James Whale is to be awarded the first ever TRIC Recognition Award for his outstanding work in the TV, radio and online industry.
James, 71, is a pioneer in the speech radio and TV medium, laying the foundations for so many to thrive in this genre.
The TV favourite – who is also living with stage four kidney cancer – has dedicated over 50 years of his life to being a broadcaster, author and podcaster.
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He has shown true grit and determination to entertain and inform the nation every week, and in recent years on the James Whale Unleashed show on TalkTV.
During today’s bash 18 awards will be presented, alongside the special award for James.
In the category for TV Personality, national treasures Ant and Dec are up against Bradley Walsh, Stacey Solomon, Lee Mack and funny man Michael McIntyre.
The News Presenter award is a five-way fight between GMB’s Susanna Reid and former co-host Piers Morgan, as GB News’ Stephen Dixon, Nigel Farage and last year’s winner Eamonn Holmes all go head to head.
The Drama category sees Peaky Blinders, up against binge-worthy favourites Call the Midwife, Doc Martin and Death in Paradise.
In Game Show, it’s a tight race between Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, The Chase, Pointless and newcomer on the block The 1% Club.
Meanwhile in Entertainment there’s stiff competition between Barney and Bradley Walsh: Breaking Dad, Gogglebox, Strictly Come Dancing, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! and Have I Got News for You.
In the Soap category, it’s a battle of heavyweights with Coronation Street, Emmerdale, EastEnders and Casualty all fighting for honours.
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