Monday night was a night of stars, with a legion of celebrities making a dazzling appearance at the annual Pride Of Britain Awards in London.
And while flashy guests made a stunning red carpet before watching the heartwarming show, some celebrities – including Corrie & Sally Lindsay, Ferne McCann and Emily Atack – all seemed to party at the end of the evening as they left -eye style.
The soap veteran, 46, suffered an accident when she left the site when she stumbled dramatically before the fighters of I & # 39; m A Celeb, both 29 years old, left to start a storm.
Oops! Corallyation Street & Sally Lindsay fell when she led the stars leaving the Daily Mirror Pride Of Britain Awards on Monday evening
Sally led the stars who left the bash, with the Corrie stunner, 46, who fell when she left, culminating in a guard and two fellow revelers who helped her.
Far from being annoyed by the accident, she was laughing when she was assisted and then she was seen hugging and greeting football legend and television personality Chris Kamara.
In the meantime, Ferne went to her car, apparently bloody, apparently having an evening full of fun and frolic. She greeted her warmly, I am co-star Vicky Pattison from outside.
Despite her graceful dress and chic appearance, Emily seemed to be struggling as she climbed into her cabin later in the evening, grabbing the chair and reaching hard forwards.
Oh no! Ferne McCann and Emily Atack were equally wild when they left the bash
Nice to see you here! Far from being annoyed by the accident, she was laughing when she was assisted and then cuddled and greeted football legend and television personality Chris Kamara
Emily appeared after her heartbreaking split from her film producer friend Rob after a six-month romance – after which she admitted she took the split hard.
Last week she broke her silence about the breakup in an interview with OK! magazine as she said she had hoped he & # 39; happy end & # 39; used to be. She said: & # 39; It has been a very, very difficult time and it is still very raw. Fortunately I have so many things happening in my life that distract me from the fact that I am incredibly sad.
But I know the exercise and I've been over boys before. Heartbreak becomes harder to cope with as you get older while you put your hope in things. I wanted so badly that this would be my happy ending. & # 39;
A hairy situation: Helen & # 39; s sleek appearance was slightly affected after her night of partying
Off we pop: pregnant Ola Jordan – who was accompanied by her husband James – was undoubtedly ready to go to bed
After attracting wet-look locks on the red carpet, inspired by Kim Kardashian, Helen Flanagan seemed to get worse once she stumbled into the cabin with her wet locks covering her face.
Love Island stars Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury wore their acclaimed poses from the red carpet to the taxi stand as they continued to pout and pose as they left the event.
Laura Whitmore was a vision in an elegant black ensemble when she bravely made her first appearance since she revealed that she had had a miscarriage last year due to her unplanned pregnancy with Beau Iain Stirling.
A-lister Michael Sheen saw a copy of The Big Issue on the street when he handed £ 20 to a salesperson at the event.
Home time? Vicky Pattison jumped in a taxi after the fun night and looked somewhat bloody on leaving
Graceful A-lister: Michael Sheen shunned the smoothing and posing after the event and instead bought a song from The Big Issue from a seller standing on the street
Vicky Pattison jumped in a taxi and seemed a bit bloody on leaving. Although she was at an incredible star-studded event with full knowledge of the paparazzi, she seemed reluctant to have her photo taken
More than 100 of the UK's biggest stars gathered at the Daily Mirror Pride Of Britain Awards to honor the unsung heroes of the country during the 20th anniversary of the event. The awards recognize and celebrate ordinary people across the country who do extraordinary things.
Organized by Carol Vorderman, celebrities and public figures such as Prince Charles, Robert Downey Jr., Sir Ben Kingsley, Dua Lipa, Ant & Dec, Chris Pratt, Michael Sheen, Christine Lampard, Sir Michael Caine, Jonathan Ross, Suranne Jones and the jury members and casts from Strictly and X Factor honored this year's awesome winners.
Carol Vorderman said: & # 39; Pride of Britain is such a big part of my life, it's hard to believe that it was 20 years since we first started. At that time it has found a place in the heart of British life, and the winners represent the very best of us. I never let them get humble, and this year is no different. & # 39;
A handsome couple: Laura Whitmore joined Joel Dommett and led the bash in completely black ensembles