Denise Van Outen put on a very leggy display as she graced the red carpet at the TV Choice Awards 2022 in London on Monday evening. 

The broadcaster, 48, showcased her incredible figure in a silver metallic gown, which boasted a plunging neckline and thigh-high split. 

Denise accentuated her age-defying features with a glamorous make-up palette while she wore her platinum tresses across her shoulders in loose waves.

Model credentials: Denise Van Outen, 48,  looked sensational as she graced the red carpet at the TV Choice Awards in London on Monday evening

Her attention-grabbing wrap style dress featured draped detailing and she accessorised her elegant look with an array of silver bangles.

Denise strutted her stuff on the red carpet with a pair of black strappy heels, which featured an array of silver stars embellishments.

She was joined by her best pal and Blue singer Duncan James, 44, who cut a dapper figure in an olive suit and black jumper.

Stunner: The broadcaster showcased her incredible figure in a silver metallic gown which boasted a plunging neckline and thigh-high split

Stunner: The broadcaster showcased her incredible figure in a silver metallic gown which boasted a plunging neckline and thigh-high split

Sensational: Denise posed up a storm on the red carpet and strutted her stuff in black strappy heels which featured silver star embellishments

 Sensational: Denise posed up a storm on the red carpet and strutted her stuff in black strappy heels which featured silver star embellishments

The popstar, who appears on Celebrity Gogglebox alongside Denise, styled his dark locks in a slicked-back style and sported a trendy goatee for the evening. 

The 2022 TV Choice Awards returns to celebrate another great year for TV, with Jo Brand hosting the star-studded ceremony at the London Hilton on Park Lane.

Leading the nominations for this year’s event are Netflix drama Bridgerton, with three nods following its second season earlier this year.

The popular programme joins shows including Outlander, All Creatures Great and Small and Death In Paradise in the Best Drama Series category, while This Is Going To Hurt’s Ben Whishaw and Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer are recognised in Best Actor and Best Actress respectively. 

Dapper: She was joined by pal and fellow Celebrity Gogglebox star Duncan James, 44, who cut a dapper figure in a dark suit

Dapper: She was joined by pal and fellow Celebrity Gogglebox star Duncan James, 44, who cut a dapper figure in a dark suit

Alongside a nod for Best Drama Series, Bridgerton has also been nominated for Best Actor (Jonathan Bailey), and Best Actress (Simone Ashley).

Ben has been nominated for Best Actor for his acclaimed performance as junior doctor Adam Kay in This Is Going To Hurt, and he will battle it out with Bridgerton’s Jonathan, Call The Midwife’s Daniel Laurie and Peaky Blinders’ Cillian Murphy. 

Meanwhile Jodie is up for Best Actress after Killing Eve’s final season aired earlier this year, nominated against Bridgerton star Simone, The Split’s Nicola Walker and Call The Midwife star Jenny Agutter. 

Taking the helm: The 2022 TV Choice Awards returns to celebrate another great year for TV, with Jo Brand hosting the star-studded ceremony at the London Hilton on Park Lane

Taking the helm: The 2022 TV Choice Awards returns to celebrate another great year for TV, with Jo Brand hosting the star-studded ceremony at the London Hilton on Park Lane 

Around The World In 80 Days, Call The Midwife, Casualty, and Doctor Who are up for Best Family Drama Series, while Heartstopper, The Larkins, Squid Game and This Is Going To Hurt will battle it out in the coveted Best New Drama. 

Elsewhere, This Morning will take on The Chase, Pointless/Pointless Celebrities

and Steph’s Packed Lunch in the Best Daytime Show category. 

Up for Best Entertainment Show are The 1% Club, Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Gogglebox/Celebrity Gogglebox and The Graham Norton Show.

Love Island landed a nomination for Best Reality Show, along with Freeze The Fear With Wim Hof, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! and Pilgrimage: The Road To The Scottish Isles.

Out in front: Leading the nominations this year's event are Netflix drama Bridgerton, with three nods following its second season earlier this year

Out in front: Leading the nominations this year’s event are Netflix drama Bridgerton, with three nods following its second season earlier this year

Praised: This Is Going To Hurt's Ben Whishaw has landed a Best Actor nomination for his role in the BBC drama based on the memoir by junior doctor Adam Kay

Praised: This Is Going To Hurt’s Ben Whishaw has landed a Best Actor nomination for his role in the BBC drama based on the memoir by junior doctor Adam Kay

Coveted: Meanwhile Jodie Comer is up for Best Actress after Killing Eve's final season aired earlier this year

Coveted: Meanwhile Jodie Comer is up for Best Actress after Killing Eve’s final season aired earlier this year

While up for Best Factual Show are Bradley & Barney Walsh: Breaking Dad, The Repair Shop, and This Week On The Farm/Springtime On The Farm/Summer On The Farm/Winter On The Farm.

Over in the world of soap, four serial dramas earned nominations in the main category: Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale and Neighbours.

EastEnders’ Max Bowden and Danny Dyer, Emmerdale star Mark Charnock and Coronation Street’s Alan Halsall landed nods for Best Soap Actor.

Contenders: This Morning will take on The Chase, Pointless/Pointless Celebrities and Steph's Packed Lunch in the Best Daytime Show category

Contenders: This Morning will take on The Chase, Pointless/Pointless Celebrities and Steph’s Packed Lunch in the Best Daytime Show category

In Best Soap Actress, EastEnders’ Kellie Bright and Gillian Wright, Coronation Street’s Sally Carman, and Emmerdale’s Paige Sandhu are nominated.

Meanwhile, this year’s ceremony introduces a brand new category – Best Comedy Performance – which celebrates the incredible talent bringing laughter to our screens.

Hoping to take home the debut award are Ricky Gervais for his performance in After Life, Brenda Blethyn for Kate & Koji, Siobhán McSweeney for Derry Girls and Lee Mack for his role in Not Going Out. 

Lauded: EastEnders' Danny Dyer (pictured) is among those nominated for Best Soap Actor for his role as Mick Carter

Lauded: EastEnders’ Danny Dyer (pictured) is among those nominated for Best Soap Actor for his role as Mick Carter

Best Food Show and Best Lifestyle Show are among other awards up for grabs at the event, which this year is taking place in person for the first time, after last year’s event was hosted virtually due to ongoing Covid restrictions.

Fans will be able to tune in as the action takes place, with the glitzy ceremony being broadcast live via TV Choice’s official social channels, while the red carpet action will be available to watch  from 6pm.

Jon Peake, Editor of TV Choice magazine commented of the awards: ‘It’s a real thrill to see such a diverse range of talent among the nominations this year, as well as some established favourites. 

New: Meanwhile, this year's ceremony introduces a brand new category - Best Comedy Performance, with Ricky Gervais nominated for his performance in After Life

New: Meanwhile, this year’s ceremony introduces a brand new category – Best Comedy Performance, with Ricky Gervais nominated for his performance in After Life

‘But as to who’ll triumph on the night – let’s wait and see!’ 

While host Jo Brand added: ‘I am, as always, really looking forward to the great evening of The TV Choice Awards 2022. It’s always a lively event, and yes, that is a euphemism!’ 

Last year’s awards saw Line Of Duty and Coronation Street  come out on top with three gongs each, with Bridgerton and Gogglebox also faring well. 

TV CHOICE AWARDS 2022: WINNERS

BEST DRAMA SERIES 

All Creatures Great And Small 

Bridgerton – WINNER

Death In Paradise 

Outlander

BEST FAMILY DRAMA 

Around The World In 80 Days

Call The Midwife – WINNER

Casualty

Doctor Who

BEST NEW DRAMA 

Heartstopper – WINNER

The Larkins 

Squid Game

This Is Going To Hurt

BEST ENTERTAINMENT SHOW 

The 1% Club

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

Gogglebox/Celebrity Gogglebox – WINNER

The Graham Norton Show

BEST REALITY SHOW 

Freeze The Fear With Wim Hof

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! – WINNER

Love Island

Pilgrimage: The Road To The Scottish Isles

BEST COMEDY PERFORMANCE

Brenda Blethyn in Kate & Koji

Ricky Gervais in After Life – WINNER

Lee Mack in Not Going Out

Siobhán McSweeney in Derry Girls

BEST TALENT SHOW 

Britain’s Got Talent

The Great British Bake Off/Bake Off: The Professionals/The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up To Cancer/Junior Bake Off

The Masked Singer

Strictly Come Dancing – WINNER

BEST LIFESTYLE SHOW 

Antiques Roadshow

DIY SOS: The Big Build

Holidaying With Jane McDonald

Long Lost Family/Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace – WINNER

BEST DAYTIME SHOW 

The Chase – THE CHASE

Pointless/Pointless Celebrities

Steph’s Packed Lunch

This Morning

BEST ACTOR 

Jonathan Bailey in Bridgerton

Daniel Laurie in Call The Midwife

Cillian Murphy in Peaky Blinders – WINNER

Ben Whishaw in This Is Going To Hurt, 

BEST ACTRESS 

Jenny Agutter in Call The Midwife – WINNER

Simone Ashley in Bridgerton

Jodie Comer in Killing Eve

Nicola Walker in The Split

BEST FACTUAL SHOW 

24 Hours In A&E 

Bradley & Barney Walsh: Breaking Dad

The Repair Shop

This Week On The Farm/Springtime On The Farm/Summer On The Farm/Winter On The Farm – WINNER

BEST FOOD SHOW 

Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted

The Hairy Bikers Go North

James Martin’s Saturday Morning – WINNER 

Sunday Brunch 

BEST SOAP 

Coronation Street

EastEnders

Emmerdale – WINNER

Neighbours

BEST SOAP ACTOR 

Max Bowden as Ben Mitchell in EastEnders

Mark Charnock as Marlon Dingle in Emmerdale – WINNER

Danny Dyer as Mick Carter in EastEnders

Alan Halsall as Tyrone Dobbs in Coronation Street 

BEST SOAP ACTRESS 

Kellie Bright as Linda Carter in EastEnders

Sally Carman as Abi Webster in Coronation Street

Paige Sandhu as Meena Jutla in Emmerdale

Gillian Wright as Jean Slater in EastEnders – WINNER

 



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