Stars from the television industry graced the red carpet for this year’s BAFTA TV Awards on 8 May.
As well as celebrating the talents of TV actors and personalities, the event is also a chance for them to show off their very best outfits.
The British Academy Television Awards take place annually in London, and this year’s event was held at the Royal Festival Hall.
So, just who graced the red carpet, what were they wearing and what exactly is the awards ceremony?
Here’s all you need to know.
What are the BAFTA TV awards?
The BAFTA TV Awards, or British Academy Television Awards, are presented by The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).
They have been awarded annually since 1955, meaning that the 2022 awards ceremony was the 67th.
The Awards are only open to British programmes, with the exception of the audience-voted Audience Award and the International Award.
Any terrestrial, digital, cable or satellite television stations broadcasting in the UK are eligible to submit entries, along with independent production companies who have produced programming for the channels.
There are many accolades awarded during the ceremony, including those for everyone involved with a TV show and also those for individual actors.
Who attended and what did they wear?
The awards were attended by numerous actors and TV personalities, who wore show-stopping outfits.
Brassic star Michelle Keegan stunned in a rose gold shimmery Grecian gown.
This Morning presenter Rochelle Humes arrived in this figure hugging bridal-inspired lace dress.
Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa walked the red carpet in a structured, open-chested blazer with matching black trousers and leather tassels detail just hours after it was announced that he would be the new Doctor Who.
The Bridgerton star wore a show-stopping lilac ball gown, with a dramatic skirt, ruffle skirt and bow detail.
Bimini Bon Boulash
Bimini Bon Boulash, who came runner up in the second series of Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK, chose a striking double denim look, including a cowboy hat.
Olympic gold medalist Tom Daley chose a bold two-piece suit with a colourful abstract.
This Morning presenter Alison Hammond wore a simple but classy black dress, paired with a plush velvet cape with beautiful peacock feather detail.
Loose Women panellist Katie Piper looked fabulous in a fuschia pink satin gown, adorned with fun feathers on the bodice.
Aimee Lou Wood
Sex Education actress Aimee Lou Wood channelled her inner angel in this white ruffled dress made by Scottish fashion designer Christopher Kane.
Breakfast television favourite Lorraine Kelly looked chic in this feather print dress, complete with pretty flutter sleeves. If you like Lorraine’s look, you can buy this dress yourself now from Phase Eight.
Killing Eve star Jodie Comer wowed in a sleek tuxedo-style dress which had both a plunging neckline and dramatic thigh slit.
Steven Mulhern, who’s known for fronting game shows - from Catchphrase to In For A Penny - looked dapper in a classic suit with a bow tie.
Ant and Dec
One of the country’s best loved presenting duos Ant and Dec both looked equally sharp in their crisp suits.
Steph’s Packed Lunch host Steph McGovern opted for a classic black number, with a high neck and satin princess skirt. She added some colour with rainbow painted nails.
Irish actress Aisling Bea stood out from the crowd in this turquoise blue dress with layers of ruffles.
Sort Your Life Out presenter and Loose Women panellist Stacey Soloman attended the event with her fiance Joe Swash. She showed fans her stunning white bridal inspired outfit, which had gorgeous beading detail, on Instagram before they headed off to the red carpet.