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We do love it when celebrities get their gladrags on for a good ol' red carpet bash. Take a look at these photos from the National Television Awards 2013...
... busting out her very best clevage-boosting pose.
... The dapper presenter walked away with the Best Factual Entertainment Show award for For The Love Of Dogs.
... aka Cindy Cunningham, Hollyoaks. Sadly the 'Oaks didn't win any awards on the night, despite recent high ratings. Next year, perhaps...
Aka Kirsty Branning, Max's secret (- or not, as the case may now be) wife in 'Enders.
... and here's the man himself, Max Branning.
The TOWIE mum looks peachy on the red carpet.
Lucy shows off a shorter, more demure hairstyle with her boyfriend. And there's a little bit more Essex in the background as Joey E talks to press.
The presenter opted for smokey eyes and gorgeous drop earrings.
The TOWIE star goes for Hollywood glamour in a white dress and red lippie.
The Celebrity Juice presenter signs autgraphs for freezing fans.
Lewis Hamilton's lady looks chic in a black dress with her down in curls and blingy gold accessories.
... aka Lady Rose MacClare of Best Drama-winning Downton Abbey. Lily has been tipped as a rising star of British acting so we expect big things from this girl.
Another lady in red. Strictly... won Best Talent Show at the awards, and rightly so we say!
The Girls Aloud and Strictly star goes for gothic glamour.
The Big Fat Gypsy Wedding stars stay true to themselves on the red carpet.
The McFly boys strike their best boyband pose.
Hollyoaks' moustachioed bad boy gives the cameras a thumbs up. The Irishman lost out on Best Serial Drama performance award to Corrie's Alan Halsall. Check the check panel on his boots... class.
The Essex lothario takes photos with fans.
This will never stop being entertaining.
The Radio One Breakfast Show DJ does his typical hair fondling pose while MIC villain Spencer Matthews lurks in the background with girlfriend Louise.
The MTV presenter looks simply stunning in a yellow and silver dress with gold accessories.
The Corrie stars cosy up for the paps.
We know Damien Hirst designed this year's gong, now it's time to find out which lucky acts might get to take it home.