Bafta TV awards – live: Stars assemble for high-profile awards ceremony

Bafta TV awards – live: Stars assemble for high-profile awards ceremony

Bafta TV awards – live: Stars assemble for high-profile awards ceremony

Trailer for Billie Piper satire: I Hate Suzie

The 2021 Bafta TV awards are taking place this evening (6 June).

Richard Ayoade will present the ceremony, which will also feature a series of guest presenters including Fresh Meat’s Zawe Ashton, Line of Duty’s Adrian Dunbar and Bridgerton’s Nicola Coughlan

The entertainment event will take place at London’s Television Centre under Covid-19 regulations.

Nominated shows include The Crown, Normal People and I Hate Suzie.

The 2021 Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards will be shown on BBC One at 7pm.

Follow along with live updates below

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Daisy May Cooper is nominated for the hilarious This Country. If you’ve not yet watched it, start immediately!

Jacob Stolworthy6 June 2021 16:45

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Superintendant Ted Hastings himself Adrian Dunbar is at the event on behalf of Line of Duty.

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Jacob Stolworthy6 June 2021 16:30

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Gogglebox stars Ellie and Izzie Warner are hoping the show gets another Bafta tonight.

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Jacob Stolworthy6 June 2021 16:15

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Another Crown star alert! This time: Tobias Menzies.

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Jacob Stolworthy6 June 2021 16:00

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Stars of The Crown are in attendance, including Helena Bonham Carter.

Jacob Stolworthy6 June 2021 15:45

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Michaela Coel, the creator and star of last year’s most acclaimed series I May Destroy You, will undoubtedly (and very deservedly) pick up some awards tonight.

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Jacob Stolworthy6 June 2021 15:34

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Normal People breakout Paul Mescal is in town for the event, too.

Jacob Stolworthy6 June 2021 15:30

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Billie Piper has two nominations for the brilliant I Hate Suzie.

Jacob Stolworthy6 June 2021 15:15

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The most heartwarming reunion of the day has arrived – Strictly winners Bill Bailey and Oti Mabuse.

Jacob Stolworthy6 June 2021 15:00

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Villanelle herself, Jodie Comer, has arrived! Here’s the Killing Eve nominee on the Bafta red carpet.

Jacob Stolworthy6 June 2021 14:36


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