Chelsee Healey, Danielle Harold and Lacey Turner were among the many star-studded departures following a wild night on the 2022 Inside Soap Awards at 100 Wardour Street in London on Monday.
After dazzling on the red carpet of their glamorous gowns, the celebrities were seen heading home of their eye-catching outfits, with Hollyoaks star Chelsee wowing in a sheer black gown that showcased her countless pins.
Meanwhile Lacey, who had earlier received the All-Time Icon award, continued to showcase her chic black trouser suit as she left the awards surrounded by security.
Having previously wowed in her revealing black gown, Chelsee, who plays Goldie McQueen on Hollyoaks, continued to showcase her incredible figure within the glamorous dress.
The soap star was seen leaving the awards together with her pals in tow, having sadly missed out on the award for Best Comedy Performance.
EastEnders’ Danielle, who plays Lola Pierce on the soap, continued to indicate off her revealing black mini dress as she headed home from the coveted awards bash.
Daring look! Having previously wowed in her revealing black gown, Chelsee, who plays Goldie McQueen on Hollyoaks, continued to showcase her incredible figure within the dress
Bringing the glamour! EastEnders’ Danielle, who plays Lola Pierce on the soap, continued to indicate off her revealing black mini dress as she headed home from the coveted awards bash
Need some help! She was assisted down the steps by a male pal after letting her hair down on the wild soap bash
The stunning soap star was followed by her co-star Milly Zero, who plays Dotty Cotton, and Hollyoaks’ Jennifer Metcalfe, who wowed in a form-fitting green dress.
The actress, who plays Mercedes McQueen, had dazzled on the red carpet within the off-the-shoulder midi dress with matching heels and a handbag.
EastEnders was the large winner at this yr’s Inside Soap awards because it scooped Best Soap and Walford veteran Lacey Turner bagged All-Time Icon.
Off she goes! After being voted because the winner of the All-time Soap Icon by Inside Soap readers, Lacey was seen leaving the party solo in her chic black velvet trouser suit
Perfect! She teamed the look with gold metallic platform heels as she headed home after receiving the coveted prize
Jovial: Given her coveted awards win, it was no surprise that Lacey was in high spirits as she headed home from the awards
Bringing some glam! Jennifer’s green gown perfectly accentuated her countless pins as she headed home following the coveted awards event
The ceremony, which was held in person for the primary time since 2020, was hosted at London’s 100 Wardour Street and was attended by a star-studded crowd.
Trophies were presented in 16 categories and fans were invited to vote for any actor, from any show, as their ‘biggest soap star of all time’.
With greater than 90,000 votes forged, EastEnders’ Lacey– who plays Stacey Slater – was presented with a gold trophy event to have fun her status as All-Time Icon.
EastEnders also took Best Actress for Gillian Wright, for her portrayal of Jean Slater.
Final farewell! Following her heartbreaking departure from the soap, Emmerdale’s Sally Dexter was beaming as she left the star-studded awards event, wearing a classy floral shirt and matching trousers
Jean’s trip to Southend while within the grip of her bipolar disorder won Best Showstopper – the award given to a major episode, while the BBC soap’s Heather Peace (who plays Eve Unwin) was named Best Newcomer.
Inside Soap editor Gary Gillatt said: ‘As a six-time winner of our ‘Best Actress’ prize, it’s perhaps no surprise that Lacey takes home our ‘All-Time Icon’ award.
‘Ever since her EastEnders debut in 2004, Lacey’s heartfelt performance as Stacey Slater – taking her from troubled teenager to lion-hearted young mum – has touched soap fans all over the place. Long may it proceed!’
Star-studded exits: EastEnders star and Best Actress winner Gillian Wright (left) and Holby City’s Rosie Marcel (right) were each amongst the celebrities seen making their home following the awards
Emmerdale – which celebrated its fiftieth birthday this week – also had a wave of success.
Mark Charnock was awarded Best Actor for his portrayal of Marlon Dingle’s fight back from a debilitating stroke, which was also named Best Storyline.
Marlon’s relationship with Rhona Dingle (Zoe Henry) was celebrated as Best Romance.
Meanwhile, Paige Sandhu is Best Villain for the second yr, for her performance as Emmerdale serial killer Meena Jutla.
Suave: After scooping the Best Actor award, Mark Charnock cut a dapper figure in his sharp blue suit
Beautiful in black: Casualty’s Elinor Lawless donned a complicated black velvet midi dress and green heels as she departed the awards
Coronation Street’s popular Maureen Lipman was again awarded Best Comic Performance for her role because the acid-tongued Evelyn Plummer, while Isabella Flanagan (Hope Stape) won Best Young Performance, beating her real-life older sister – three-time winner Amelia Flanagan, Emmerdale’s April Windsor – to the prize.
Hollyoaks’ Anna Passey and Kieron Richardson were named Best Double Act due to the team-up of their long-running characters Sienna Blake and Ste Hay.
Australian soap Neighbours – which screened its final episode in July – was commemorated as Best Daytime Soap, while star Stefan Dennis (Paul Robinson) was named ‘Best Daytime Star’.
The primary issue of Inside Soap was published in October 1992, with EastEnders’ Sharon and Grant Mitchell as cover stars, with the Inside Soap Awards 2022 celebrating 30 years of the magazine.
INSIDE SOAP AWARDS 2022 – ALL THE WINNERS
Sally Carman (Abi Webster, Coronation Street)
WINNER: Gillian Wright (Jean Slater, EastEnders)
Sally Dexter (Faith Dingle, Emmerdale)
Harvey Virdi (Misbah Maalik, Hollyoaks)
David Neilson (Roy Cropper, Coronation Street)
Max Bowden (Ben Mitchell, EastEnders)
WINNER: Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle, Emmerdale)
Gregory Finnegan (James Nightingale, Hollyoaks)
Paddy Bever (Max Turner, Coronation Street)
WINNER: Heather Peace (Eve Unwin, EastEnders)
Louise Jameson (Mary Goskirk, Emmerdale)
Matthew James-Bailey (Ethan Williams, Hollyoaks)
Maximus Evans (Corey Brent, Coronation Street)
Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher, EastEnders)
WINNER: Paige Sandhu (Meena Jutla, Emmerdale)
Jamie Lomas (Warren Fox, Hollyoaks)
Best Comic Performance
WINNER: Maureen Lipman (Evelyn Plummer, Coronation Street)
Tameka Empson (Kim Fox, EastEnders)
Dominic Brunt (Paddy Dingle, Emmerdale)
Chelsee Healey (Goldie McQueen, Hollyoaks)
Best double act
David Neilson & Mollie Gallagher (Roy Cropper & Nina Lucas, Coronation Street)
Gillian Wright & Lacey Turner (Jean & Stacey Slater, EastEnders)
Dominic Brunt & Mark Charnock (Paddy & Marlon Dingle, Emmerdale)
WINNER: Anna Passey & Kieron Richardson (Sienna Blake & Ste Hay, Hollyoaks)
Best Young performer
WINNER: Isabella Flanagan (Hope Stape, Coronation Street)
Lillia Turner (Lily Slater, EastEnders)
Amelia Flanagan (April Windsor, Emmerdale)
Jayden Fox (Bobby Costello, Hollyoaks)
WINNER: The Platts (Coronation Street)
The Slaters (EastEnders)
The Dingles (Emmerdale)
The McQueens (Hollyoaks)
Abi’s battle for baby Alfie (Coronation Street)
Jean’s bipolar disorder (EastEnders)
WINNER: Marlon’s stroke (Emmerdale)
Misbah’s historic rape (Hollyoaks)
Sally Dynevor & Joe Duttine (Sally & Tim Metcalfe, Coronation Street)
Lacey Turner & Jaz Deol (Stacey Slater & Kheerat Panesar, EastEnders)
WINNER: Zoe Henry & Mark Charnock (Rhona Goskirk & Marlon Dingle, Emmerdale)
Jessica Fox & Ashley Taylor Dawson (Nancy & Darren Osborne, Hollyoaks)
Sinkhole horror/Johnny drowns (Coronation Street)
WINNER: Jean in Southend (EastEnders)
Marlon’s stroke (Emmerdale)
Luke’s death in Mallorca (Hollyoaks)
Best Drama star
Elinor Lawless (Stevie Nash, Casualty)
Jason Durr (David Hide, Casualty)
Alex Walkinshaw (Adrian ‘Fletch’ Fletcher, Holby City)
WINNER: Rosie Marcel (Jac Naylor, Holby City)
Best Daytime Star
Sarah Moyle (Valerie Pitman, Doctors)
Emily Symons (Marilyn Chambers, Home and Away)
Ben Turland (Hendrix Greyson, Neighbours)
WINNER: Stefan Dennis (Paul Robinson, Neighbours)
Best Daytime Soap
Home and Away