‘Corrie’ stars David Neilson and Julie Hesmondhalgh won a number of awards for their roles as Roy and Hayley Cropper, scooping the Best Actor and Best Actress prizes as well as the gong for Best On-Screen Partnership.
As predicted, Michelle Keegan scooped her sixth Sexiest Female award in a row, though it could be her last as the actress is set to leave ‘Coronation Street’ for good later this month.
Simon Gregson took home the Best Comedy Performance prize for his role as Steve McDonald and the Outstanding Achievement Award was given to Helen Worth.
The shock of the night came as the Best Soap Award winner was announced, as it was revealed that ‘Hollyoaks’ had bagged the prize.
‘Hollyoaks’ star Anna Passey also won the Best Villain prize while her on-screen brother Danny Mac was named Sexiest Male.
The cast of ‘EastEnders’ won just two prizes, with Maddy Hill winning Best Newcomer and Company Manager Carolyn Weinstein winning the Outstanding Achievement (Off-Screen) accolade.
See the full winners list below:
Sexiest Male - Danny Mac (Hollyoaks)
Sexiest Female - Michelle Keegan (Coronation Street)
Villain Of The Year - Anna Passey as Sienna Blake (Hollyoaks)
Best Actor - David Neilson as Roy Cropper (Coronation Street)
Best Actress - Julie Hesmondhalgh as Hayley Cropper (Coronation Street)
Best Comedy Performance - Simon Gregson as Steve McDonald (Coronation Street)
Best Young Performance - Ellis Hollins as Tom Cunningham (Hollyoaks)
Spectacular Scene Of The Year - The Woolpack Flood & Siege (Emmerdale)
Best On-Screen Partnership - David Neilson & Julie Hesmondhalgh as Roy and Hayley (Coronation Street)
Best Newcomer - Maddy Hill as Nancy Carter (EastEnders)
Best Dramatic Performance - David Neilson as Roy Cropper (Coronation Street)
Best Storyline - Hayley’s cancer (Coronation Street)
Best Single Episode - Hayley’s death (Coronation Street)
Outstanding Achievement Award - Helen Worth (Coronation Street)
Outstanding Achievement (Off-Screen) - Carolyn Weinstein (Company Manager – EastEnders)
Best British Soap - Hollyoaks