Thursday, December 29, 2011

Bronagh Waugh Leads the Red Carpet Glamour at The Inside Soap Awards - 24 Pics



This is latest news on DailyMail that, Hollyoaks' Bronagh Waugh plunges to new depths as she leads the red carpet glamour at the Inside Soap Awards.

Plunging: Bronagh showed off her best assets as she sent the flashbulbs into a frenzy Plunging: Bronagh showed off her best assets as she sent the flashbulbs into a frenzy
Plunging: Bronagh showed off her best assets as she sent the flashbulbs into a frenzy
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Just like her character, she's never been shy about putting it all out there.
And tonight was no exception for Hollyoaks' Bronagh Waugh as she arrived at the Inside Soap Awards in a very plunging outfit.
The Northern Irish actress posed on the red carpet at the ceremony in London in a copper Jasmine de Milo jumpsuit with a plunging neckline that showed off her assets and left little to the imagination..........
Bronagh, 27, plays larger-than-life Cheryl Brady in the soap, who has a flirtatious and outgoing personality and is never afraid to speak her mind.
And it would appear that life has imitated art for this actress and her character as Bronagh is clearly not shy about coming forward either. And this is not the first time that she has attended an industry event in an outfit that has turned heads and sent the flashbulbs into a frenzy. She was joined at the annual event, which took place at Camden's Shaka Zula nightclub, which is part of the restaurant Gilgamesh, by some of her fellow Hollyoaks stars including recent departure Carley Stenson. Carley, 28, has played Steph on the soap for the last ten years and has filmed her final scenes which will be aired this winter. But that wasn't going to stop her partying with her cast mates and friends and she looked up for a good night out as she posed on the red carpet in a pink off-the-shoulder frock by the event's sponsor, Littlewoods. She was joined by another long-departed Hollyoaks star, Loui Batley, who played Sarah Barnes from 2005 until last year when her character was killed off in a parachute jump accident. Also attending from the Cheshire soap was Claire Cooper, who plays Jacqui McQueen, and who looked very pretty in an off-the-shoulder grey-blue dress. Other ladies bringing glamour to the cold Camden night included a host of the Coronation Street girls such as Shobna Gulati, who plays Sunita Alahan and Debbie Rush, who plays Anna Windass. Rachel Leskovac, who plays Natasha Blakeman and Holly Quin-Ankrah, who plays Cheryl Gray showed off tight little figure-hugging dresses.
And former Hollyoaks star and now The Inbetweeners new girl, Kara Tointon, joined the girls on the red carpet and looked very sexy in a little black number.



Busting out: Hollyoaks star Bronagh Waugh shows off a very low-cut outfit as she arrives at the Inside Soap Awards

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But it wasn't all glamour and sex appeal, certainly not for two actresses, who looked rather dowdy compared to their younger counterparts.
Former The Bill star Seeta Indrani, who played WPC Norika Datta for nine years but now stars in Doctors, looked somewhat frumpy in an on-the-knee beige dress and grey coat.
And Coronation Street's Pattie Claire, who plays Mary Taylor, wore a very unflattering and shapeless ankle-length blue gown, which she teamed with lace up boots.
The big winner last night was EastEnders, which walked away with six awards, including Best Soap, Best Actress, Best Wedding, Best Exit, Best Newcomer and Sexiest Female.
Coronation Street - soon to celebrate its 50th anniversary - landed four of the prizes.

Pretty in pink: Hollyoaks's Carley Stenson looked a vision in an off-the-shoulder number Pretty in pink: Hollyoaks's Carley Stenson looked a vision in an off-the-shoulder number

Pretty in pink: Hollyoaks' Carley Stenson looked a vision in an off-the-shoulder number
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Cheshire's finest: Loui Batley, who used to play Sarah Barnes in Hollyoaks, and current cast member Claire Cooper arrive on the red carpet Cheshire's finest: Loui Batley, who used to play Sarah Barnes in Hollyoaks, and current cast member Claire Cooper arrive on the red carpet


Cheshire's finest: Loui Batley, who used to play Sarah Barnes in Hollyoaks, and current cast member Claire Cooper arrive on the red carpet
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Emmerdale's Danny Miller had two reasons to celebrate. He picked up the gong for Best Actor for his role as Aaron Livesy.
He also won Best Dramatic Performance for the emotional scenes in which Aaron admitted to Paddy that he was gay.
Coronation Street star Michelle Keegan, who plays bolshy beauty Tina McIntyre, was awarded the Sexiest Female gong for the second year running.

Posing queens: With their hands on the hips, EastEnders' Zoe Lucker and Emmerdale star Natalie Anderson are queens of the red carpet Posing queens: With their hands on the hips, EastEnders' Zoe Lucker and Emmerdale star Natalie Anderson are queens of the red carpet


Posing queens: With their hands on the hips, EastEnders' Zoe Lucker and Emmerdale star Natalie Anderson are queens of the red carpet
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LBDs: (Left to right) Sian Reeves, who plays Sally Spode in Emmerdale, Doctors actress Donnaleigh Bailey and castmate Charlie Clemmow all stuck to traditional black as they posed for photographers LBDs: (Left to right) Sian Reeves, who plays Sally Spode in Emmerdale, Doctors actress Donnaleigh Bailey and castmate Charlie Clemmow all stuck to traditional black as they posed for photographers LBDs: (Left to right) Sian Reeves, who plays Sally Spode in Emmerdale, Doctors actress Donnaleigh Bailey and castmate Charlie Clemmow all stuck to traditional black as they posed for photographers

LBDs: (Left to right) Sian Reeves, who plays Sally Spode in Emmerdale, Doctors actress Donnaleigh Bailey and castmate Charlie Clemmow all stuck to traditional black as they posed for photographers.
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Craig Gazey, who plays hapless butcher Graeme Proctor in Coronation Street, received the Funniest Performance gong, following last year's win for the late Maggie Jones.
He said: 'It's a great honour to follow in the footsteps of last year's winner, the incredible Maggie Jones. Thank you to everyone who voted for me.'
The ITV1 soap also picked up the Best Stunt gong for the gripping siege, fire and explosion at the Underworld knicker factory.

From the cobbles to the red carpet: Coronation Street's Debbie Rush and Shobna Gulati From the cobbles to the red carpet: Coronation Street's Debbie Rush and Shobna Gulati
From the cobbles to the red carpet: Coronation Street's Debbie Rush and Shobna Gulati
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Figure-hugging: Coronation Street's Rachel Leskovac and Holly Quin-Ankrah showed off tight little dresses Figure-hugging: Coronation Street's Rachel Leskovac and Holly Quin-Ankrah showed off tight little dresses


Figure-hugging: Coronation Street's Rachel Leskovac and Holly Quin-Ankrah showed off tight little dresses
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Alison King, whose feisty character Carla Connor survived the drama, said: 'The factory fire scenes were some of the hardest I've ever done, they took four weeks to film and we were working with fire, which was especially dangerous.
'By the end of it all we felt like a little family though. Everyone worked so hard and they definitely deserve to win something.'
'So thank you so much Inside Soap!'
Weatherfield's Alex Bain, who plays Simon Barlow, won his second Best Young Actor gong, while Waterloo Road was named Best Drama for the first time.

The new girl: Kara Tointon, who used to be in Hollyoaks and is now in The Inbetweeners, looked very sexy as she posed for the cameras The new girl: Kara Tointon, who used to be in Hollyoaks and is now in The Inbetweeners, looked very sexy as she posed for the cameras


The new girl: HannahTointon, who used to be in Hollyoaks and is now in The Inbetweeners, looked very sexy as she posed for the cameras
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Frumpy: Doctors star Seeta Indrani and Corrie's Pattie Clare Frumpy: Doctors star Seeta Indrani and Corrie's Pattie Clare

Frumpy: Doctors star Seeta Indrani and Corrie's Pattie Clare
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It was also a joyous night for Neighbours at the bash, held in trendy north London venue Shaka Zulu.
The Australian show beat Home and Away and Doctors to be named Best Daytime Soap - a new category at the awards.
Meanwhile Ryan Moloney was awarded the Best Daytime Star gong for his long-running role as Jarrod 'Toadie' Rebecchi.
Inside Soap editor Stephen Murphy said: 'With EastEnders' 25th anniversary and Corrie's approaching 50th, it's been a blockbuster year for soaps.
'Meanwhile, Emmerdale has come out fighting, with some fantastic storylines and performances. It's wonderful to be able to reward the amazing work we've seen this year.'

Winners: Sexiest Male Scott Maslen (left), Best Newcomer Ricky Norwood and Best Actor Danny Miller Winners: Sexiest Male Scott Maslen (left), Best Newcomer Ricky Norwood and Best Actor Danny Miller Winners: Sexiest Male Scott Maslen (left), Best Newcomer Ricky Norwood and Best Actor Danny Miller
Winners: Sexiest Male Scott Maslen (left), Best Newcomer Ricky Norwood and Best Actor Danny Miller
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