BAFTA awards 2013 fashion round-up – the best and worst dressed

The biggest stars in telly hit the red carpet at London's Royal Festival Hall on Sunday night for this year's Television BAFTA awards


by Abi Hooper |
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We’ve rounded up the best and worst looks of the night.

Sienna Miller Bafta awards 2013
Sienna Miller Bafta awards 2013

Despite losing out on the Leading Actress trophy, actress Sienna Miller brought a touch of A list to the event as she lead the glamour stakes for the night.

The blonde star dazzled in a pale mint Matthew Williamson dress and Louboutin courts. She finished off the look with a small Charlotte Olympia clutch and vintage style jewellery.

Kara Tointon Bafta awards 2013

Former EastEnders actress, Kara Tointon looked gorgeous in a strapless embroidered gown. The stage star complimented her vintage-style look perfectly, with her hair swept back in a classic retro do.

Laura Whitmore and Paula Lane Baftas 13

TV presenter Laura Whitmore looked chic as she strutted her stuff in a fitted bodice with a gold and black skirt, while Corrie actress Paula Lane opted for an elegant backless black dress.

Sheridan Smith Bafta awards 2013

Sheridan Smith stunned in a strapless black minidress, teamed with diamond hoop earings. The Former Gavin and Stacey star beat off competition from Sienna Miller to take home the highly coveted Leading Actress award for her role as Mrs Biggs.

Despite struggling to contain her modesty in a daring outfit thanks to the London weather, Millie Mackintosh still managed to look sexy.

Millie Mackintosh Bafta awards 2013

The Made In Chelsea star showed of her long legs in a Sass and Bide gown, which she teamed with a pair of Christian Louboutin high-heeled sandals and a Swarovski clutch.

But not all the stars got it right.

Tina Malone and Grayson Perry Baftas 13

Shameless star Tina Malone arrived wearing a biker jacket with suspenders printed on her tights while artist Grayson Perry wore a rather bizarre hooded ensemble.

Sarah Lancashire and Sarah Millican

Last Tango in Halifax actress Sarah Lancashire also opted for an unusual kimono style outfit and comedian Sarah Millican went for an unflattering floral gown.

Ben Whishaw took the Leading Actor award for his role in Richard II, while Simon Russell Beale and Olivia Colman received accolades for Best Supporting Actor and Actress.

See below for a full list of winners:

Leading Actor:

Ben Whishaw - Richard II (The Hollow Crown)

Leading Actress:

Sheridan Smith - Mrs Biggs

Supporting Actor:

Simon Russell Beale - Henry IV Part 2 (The Hollow Crown)

Supporting Actress:

Olivia Colman - Accused (Mo's Story)

Entertainment Programme:

Graham Norton for The Graham Norton Show

Entertainment Performance:

Alan Carr - Alan Carr: Chatty Man

Female Performance in a Comedy Programme:

Olivia Colman for Twenty Twelve

Male Performance in a Comedy Programme:

Steve Coogan for Welcome To The Places Of My Life

Single Drama:



Room At The Top

Drama Series:

Last Tango In Halifax

Soap and Continuing Drama:




Factual Series:

Our War

Specialist Factual:

All In The Best Possible Taste with Grayson Perry

Single Documentary:

7/7: One Day In London


The Great British Bake Off

Reality and Constructed Factual:

Made In Chelsea

Current Affairs:

The Shame Of The Catholic Church (This World)

News Coverage:

Hillsborough - The Truth At Last (Granada Reports)

Sport and Live Event:

The London 2012 Paralympic Games

Comedy Programme:

The Revolution Will Be Televised

Situation Comedy:

Twenty Twelve

Radio Times Audience Award (voted for by members of the public):

Game of Thrones

Special Award

Clare Balding

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