Judi Love clearly had a cracking night at the TV Baftas, as she turned up to Loose Women seeming…a little worse for wear.
We love this for her.
Of course, Judi looked as gorge as ever, but seemed less than her lively self as she was filmed making her way into the ITV studio to present the daytime show after spending much of the night at Mo Gilligan’s after party, after he scooped up an award.
Ruth Langsford spilled the beans, with footage of Judi arriving at the studio being shown.
Rocking all-black and some very essential shades to block out the light, Judi wandered into the studio with a bag slung over her shoulder – before almost falling back into the door.
Sounding rather raspy, Judi said: ‘Morning, I’m fine!’ with someone off-camera heard responding: ‘Jesus, Judy!’
The ladies giggled as they looked on at the footage, with Ruth saying: ‘She falls down [onto the sofa] really’.
After Ruth suggested Judi might be feeling ‘delicate’, the presenter responded: ‘I learned from you guys, as professionals, the show must go on.
‘I’m ready and I’m not going to move too much because my head might be a little woohoo!’
We can’t blame her in the slightest!
At the prestigious night, Jodie Comer and Sean Bean led the winners, with shows like Gogglebox, Saturday Night Takeaway, and Coronation Street also picking up awards.
Big Zuu had a huge night after winning in two categories – features and entertainment performance.
Aside from the wins and losses, we also witnessed some pretty iconic moments – we got the first interviews from Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa, who’s been announced as the 14th Doctor, taking over from Jodie Whittaker this autumn.
The actor beamed as he posed with returning showrunner Russell T Davies, before promising that he won’t be dishing out any spoilers.
He later received a huge round of applause when he took to the stage to present the award for scripted comedy (which went to Motherland).
Meanwhile, Lorraine Kelly couldn’t resist making a dig at Boris Johnson, who recently asked who the daytime TV legend was in his explosive interview with Susanna Reid.
While presenting the award for news coverage (which went to ITV News’ coverage of the Storming of the Capitol) she quipped: ‘Hello and a special hello to Boris, I’m Lorraine, lovely to see you’.
The evening’s ceremony saw awards handed out by a range of presenters, including Olivia Colman, Katie Piper, Ross Kemp, Suranne Jones, Tom Daley, and Lee Mack.
Run by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, each year, the award ceremony celebrates key accomplishments and innovations across film, television and games and the winners will receive the instantly recognisable Bafta award.
Bafta TV Awards 2022 winners
Entertainment Award: Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
Leading Female Performance: Jodie Comer
Leading Male Performance: Sean Bean
Supporting Actress: Kathy Tyson
Supporting Actor: Matthew MacFadyen
Reality and Constructed Factual: Gogglebox
Female performance in comedy programme: Sophie Willan
Male performance in a comedy programme: Jamie Demetriou
News Coverage: ITV News at 10, Storming of The Capitol
Specialist Factual: The Missing Children
Daytime: The Chase
Sports programme: The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Single Documentary: My Child My Country
Current Affairs: Fearless: The Women fighting Putin
Single Drama: Together
Short-form programme: Our Land
Live Event: The Earthshot Prize 2021
Features: Big Zuu’s Big Eats
Scripted Comedy: Motherland
Factual Series: Uprising
Continuing Drama or Soap: Coronation Street
Entertainment Performance: Big Zuu
Must See moment: Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice’s silent dance
Comedy entertainment programme: The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan
Drama Series: In My Skin