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The UK's National TV Awards are handed out

by Joel Keller, posted Nov 1st 2006 1:36PM
Kelly Osbourne, Sir Trevor McDonald, and Jack OsbourneLast night at Royal Albert Hall in London, the National TV Awards, in which British viewers voted for their favorites in various categories, were handed out. Doctor Who won a bunch of awards: David Tennant won Most Popular Actor, Billie Piper won Most Popular Actress, and the show won Most Popular Drama; the show swept the three awards last year, as well (Christopher Eccleston won the actor award in 2005, of course). Little Britain won Most Popular Comedy -- one of the nominees was Will & Grace! -- and The X Factor won the Most Popular Entertainment show.

The entire list of winners and nominees are here, provided by Digital Spy. It's interesting how the mix of nominees combines both British and American shows, but the winners are all from British shows. And yes, that picture above is of Kelly and Jack Osbourne, who hosted the show with Sir Trevor McDonald. Kelly must have followed her brother's lead and dropped a bunch of weight. They look almost as distinguished as Sir Trevor in that picture.

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Brent McKee

And there is the difference between The British and the American TV Awards: in Britain being an outstanding show that happens to be a science fiction series means that you get awards; in the United States it means that the cast are lucky if they can get tickets for the awards show and don't had to worry about writing a speech since they'll never get nominated if they're a sci-fi series.

November 02 2006 at 4:10 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
T.A.B.

Whoo-hoo!

*Ahem*

November 01 2006 at 2:24 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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