The stars were out in force last night to celebrate the 2016 Bafta TV awards, sponsored by 88 Rue du Rhone, and blimey, wasn't it just a star-studded affair?
Awards were scooped across the networks, with the BBC and Channel 4 picking up several BAFTAs for shows in both the comedy and drama genres.
British thesp legend Mark Rylance picked up the Best Actor statuette for BBC drama Wolf Hall, and actress Suranne Jones won Best Actress for her role in marital drama Doctor Foster - another BBC creation.
C4's This Is England '90 allowed actress Chanel Cresswell to nab the Best Supporting Actress award, a nod she credited to the show's creator Shane Meadows stating:
'He's given me the best work experience I could hope for.'
Beloved baking show The Great British Bake-Off won the best features category, and host Mary Berry was quick to praise the cult programme.
'It all started with a little bit of baking in a tent,' she said, 'and now we are doing series seven!'
Beautiful actress Michaela Coel won best female comedy performance for E4's Chewing Gum, beating the likes of Miranda Hart and Sharon Horgan.
And of course, let's not forget ALL the glamoratti attending the event, with the likes of Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick flying in especially to present an award. Members of the Game of Thrones cast also made a red carpet entrance - Maisie Williams's pink lace frock was incredibly cute and well suited to the early summer sun.
The redheads were taking the carpet by storm, with flame-haired actresses Olivia Grant, Rose Leslie and Elianor Tomlinson leading the charge. Also of note, the absolute Brit man over-indulgence, with Tom Hiddleston, Idris Elba and James Norton looking incredible suited and booted for BAFTA night.
We've rounded up our favourite BAFTA TV red carpet moments. Which look was your favourite on the night?