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Danny Dyer scooped the award for Best Serial Drama Performance, having gone head-to-head with his soap wife, Kellie Bright.
The pair have been involved in one of the most controversial storylines in recent soap history, that saw Kellie's character, Linda Carter, raped by her nephew.
After accepting his award, Danny admitted it was a "bittersweet" victory, joking" "I think Kellie deserved it, to be fair. She's been brilliant. So, Kel, I'll have it Monday to Wednesday, you have it Wednesday to Friday."
Maddy Hill was also given Best Newcomer for her role in 'EastEnders', while the soap later triumphed in the Best Serial Drama category.
Speaking on behalf of the rest of the cast, Adam Woodyatt - who plays Ian Beale - dedicated the win to the cast of 'Coronation Street', who are currently grieving the loss of Anne Kirkbride, who played Deirdre Barlow for over 40 years.
He said: "Without 'Coronation Street' there would be no 'EastEnders'… so we're dedicating this to The Weatherfield One'."
Here is the full winners list…
Best Entertainment Programme:
'I'm A Celebrity'
Best Drama Performance:
Sheridan Smith in 'Cilla'
Best Skill Programme:
'Great British Bake Off'
Best Entertainment Presenter:
Ant and Dec
Maddy Hill in 'EastEnders'
Best Daytime Programme:
'Mrs Browns Boys'
Best Serial Drama Performance:
Danny Dyer in 'EastEnders'
Best TV Judge:
David Walliams in 'Britain's Got Talent'
Chat Show Host:
Best Talent Show:
'The X Factor'