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She's been playing Bethany Platt on the cobbles since 2015. 

And Coronation Street actress Lucy Fallon won her first ever British Soap Awards at the star-studded 2018 event on Saturday night, as she joined her winning co-stars Jack P Shepherd and Connor McIntyre in helping the ITV soap sweep the board. 

The starlet, 22, scooped the Best Female Dramatic Performance award, batting off competition from soap favourites Lacey Turner and Natalie J Robb, as well as Best Actress.

Talented: Coronation Street's Lucy Fallon won her first ever British Soap Awards at the 2018 event on Saturday, as she joined her winning co-stars Jack P Shepherd and Connor McIntyre in helping the ITV soap sweep the board

Congratulations: The starlet, 22, scooped the Best Female Dramatic Performance award

Lucy kept her acceptance speech short and sweet as she received her first silver accolade from Strictly Come Dancing head judge, Shirley Ballas, thanking her fellow cast, family and boyfriend in the process. 

While she was joined by former Coronation Street star, Sally Lindsay, who played Shelley Unwin, for her second gong of the evening.  

The actress has had a whirlwind year thanks to her dramatic grooming and sex ring storyline on Coronation Street.  

Leading ladies: Lucy batted off competition from soap favourites Natalie J Robb (left) and Lacey Turner (right)

Sweet: Lucy kept her acceptance speech short as she received her silver accolade from Strictly Come Dancing judge, Shirley Ballas, thanking her fellow cast, family and boyfriend

Raising awareness: The actress has had a whirlwind year thanks to her dramatic grooming and sex ring storyline on Coronation Street

Talented: This is Lucy's third win for the harrowing plot, with the 22-year-old recently winning an Inside Soap Award and a National Television Award (pictured as Bethany Platt with her groomer Nathan Curtis) 

This is Lucy's third and fourth wins for the harrowing plot, with the 22-year-old recently winning an Inside Soap Award for Best Actress and a National Television Award for Serial Drama Performance.

Meanwhile, Jack P Shepherd scooped the Best Actor gong for his character of David Platt, which he has played for 18 years. 

The actor, 30, has recently been involved in a hard-hitting male rape storyline, in which he was spiked and attacked by Josh Tucker. 

Talented soap stars: Meanwhile, Jack P Shepherd scooped the Best Actor gong for his character of David Platt, which he has played for 18 years

Raising awareness: The actor, 30, has recently been involved in a hard-hitting male rape storyline, in which he was spiked and attacked by Josh Tucker

Backlash: Since the scenes aired, Coronation Street boss, Kate Oates, quit the ITV soap amid backlash over the controversial plot choice (Josh and David pictured) 

Since the scenes aired, Coronation Street boss, Kate Oates, quit the ITV soap amid backlash over the controversial plot choice, following several other gritty storylines and a number of Ofcom complaints.

Jack appeared to reference the backlash as he gave his acceptance speech and thanked Kate.

He said: '[Thanks to] Kate Oates for giving me this storyline. Thank you, she has been a great producer. We will miss her dearly.

Subtle dig?: Jack appeared to reference the backlash as he gave his acceptance speech and thanked Kate

Leaving: He said: '[Thanks to] Kate Oates (pictured) for giving me this storyline. Thank you, she has been a great producer. We will miss her dearly.'

Coronation Street superstars: Jack and Lucy seen holding their awards after scooping several awards for Coronation Street on Saturday evening 

Congratulations: Jack later posed with Helen Worth after his big win

'The research department of Corrie, they've been brilliant, they've been great.' 

Coronation Street's Connor won Villain of the Year for his portrayal as the evil Pat Phelan.  

The character was dramatically killed off on Friday's episode by his nemesis Anna Windass, after shooting his daughter Nicola Rubinstein and Michelle Connor.

Soap baddie: Coronation Street's Connor McIntyre won Villain of the Year for his portrayal as the evil Pat Phelan 

Dramatic finale: The character was dramatically killed off on Friday's episode by his nemesis Anna Windass, after shooting his daughter Nicola Rubinstein and Michelle Connor

'Villain of the Year': Pat's, played by Connor (pictured), dramatic soap death comes after he murdered and terrorised several of Weatherfield's residents 

Pat's dramatic soap death comes after he murdered and terrorised several of Weatherfield's residents.  

Connor managed to beat off EastEnders' Jake Wood and Emmerdale's Gillian Kearney for the coveted award.  

Coronation Street went on to win Best British Soap, with Gail Platt actress Helen Worth giving an acceptance speech and thanking the soap's boss Kate.

Wow!: Coronation Street went on to win Best British Soap, with Gail Platt actress Helen Worth (pictured centre) giving an acceptance speech and thanking the soap's boss Kate

Impressive: The ITV show also won The Tony Warren Award, with producer Kieran Roberts (pictured) scooping the gong

The ITV show also won The Tony Warren Award, with producer Kieran Roberts scooping the gong.   

Also scooping several awards was Hollyoaks, as the hit Channel 4 soap picked up FOUR gongs during the ceremony.

The show received the Best Single Episode for Three Mothers, Three Daughters, Best On-Screen Partnership with actors Theo Graham and Malique Thompson-Dwyer taking the award, Best Male Dramatic Performance with Ross Adams picking up the accolade and Best Storyline for Lily Drinkwell's self-harm. 

Popular choice: Also scooping several awards was Hollyoaks, as the hit Channel 4 soap picked up four awards during the ceremony (Ross Adams pictured winning Best Male Dramatic Performance)

The show received the Best Single Episode for Three Mothers, Three Daughters and Best Storyline for Lily Drinkwell's self-harm

Impressive: Hollyoaks also won Best On-Screen Partnership with actors Theo Graham and Malique Thompson-Dwyer taking the award

Meanwhile, also scooping awards were EastEnders star Lorraine Stanley and Emmerdale actress Isobel Steele.

EastEnders star Lorraine, 41, won the Best Newcomer category for her character as loveable and outspoken Karen Taylor.

The soap star looked unrecognisable compared to her usual on-screen appearance as she wore a stunning gold and black dress, with her blonde locks styled with a fringe into a blow-dried hairdo.

Loveable: EastEnders star Lorraine Stanley, 41, won the Best Newcomer category for her character as loveable and outspoken Karen Taylor 

Wow!: The soap star looked unrecognisable compared to her usual on-screen appearance (right) as she wore a stunning gold and black dress (left)

Happy: Lorraine was left overjoyed over her win, as she revealed that she is having the 'time of her life' on the BBC One soap 

Lorraine was left overjoyed over her win, batting off competition from Emmerdale's Andrew Scarborough and Coronation Street's Nicola Thorp, she revealed that she is having the 'time of her life'. 

Emmerdale's Isobel, 17, won the Best Young Actor category for her portrayal of troubled teenager Liv Flaherty.

The actress has been part of several storylines on the award-winning ITV soap, including her ongoing alcohol battle, being arrested for spiking Lisa Dingle's drink and bravely coming out as asexual.

Isobel batted off competition from fellow young soap stars, Coronation Street's Matilda Freeman and EastEnders' Maisie Smith. 

Talented: Emmerdale's Isobel Steele, 17, won the Best Young Actor category for her portrayal of troubled teenager Liv Flaherty

Starlet: Isobel batted off competition from fellow young soap stars, Coronation Street's Matilda Freeman and EastEnders' Maisie Smith

Big storylines: The actress (pictured in character) has been part of several storylines on the ITV soap, including her ongoing alcohol battle and being arrested for spiking Lisa Dingle's drink

Tribute: The British Soap Awards paid tribute to late Coronation Street actress Elizabeth Dawn (pictured), who played Vera Duckworth, after she tragically passed away in 2017

Meanwhile, also during the star-studded evening, the British Soap Awards paid tribute to late Coronation Street actress Elizabeth Dawn, who played Vera Duckworth, after she tragically passed away in 2017. 

The soap legend's former co-stars could be seen wiping away tears as the ceremony showed a touching montage video of her time on the cobbles. 

Also during the evening, EastEnders star Jake Wood, gave a sweet to message to his former co-star Dame Barbara Windsor, 80, after it was revealed that she had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

Speaking after his Scene of the Year joint win with Doctors, he said: 'I want to send a big EastEnders hug to Barbara Windsor and her husband Scott.

'We love you very much, thank you very much.'   

Sweet: Also during the evening, EastEnders star Jake Wood, gave a sweet to message to his former co-star Dame Barbara Windsor, 80, after it was revealed that she had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

Message: Speaking after his Scene of the Year joint win with Doctors, he said: 'I want to send a big EastEnders hug to Barbara Windsor and her husband Scott. We love you very much, thank you very much.' (Barbara on the soap in 2016)

Say cheese! Sair Khan and Faye Brooks smiled for cameras as their friends collected their awards

Say cheese! Corrie stars Charlie De Melo, Nicola Thorp, Faye, Bhavna Limbachia and Sair later snapped a selfie inside (L-R)

THE BRITISH SOAP AWARDS 2018 - NOMINATIONS

Best British Soap

Coronation Street

Doctors

EastEnders

Emmerdale

Hollyoaks   

Best Actor

Coronation Street: Jack P Shepherd (David Platt)

Coronation Street: Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan)

Emmerdale: Ryan Hawley (Robert Sugden)

Hollyoaks: Theo Graham (Hunter McQueen)

Emmerdale: Michael Parr (Ross Barton)

Best Actress

Coronation Street: Catherine Tyldesley (Eva Price)

Coronation Street: Lucy Fallon (Bethany Platt)

EastEnders: Lacey Turner (Stacey Fowler)

Emmerdale: Emma Atkins (Charity Dingle)

Hollyoaks: Anna Passey (Sienna Blake)

Lucy Fallon as Bethany Platt pictured

Greatest Moment

Coronation Street: Richard Hillman Drives His Family Into Canal (2003)

Doctors: Vivien’s Rape (2008)

EastEnders: ‘You Ain’t My Mother’ (2001)

Emmerdale: Hotten By-Pass Crash (2016)

Hollyoaks: Jade Says Goodbye To Alfie (2016)

Best Single Episode

Coronation Street: Eva and Aidan’s Wedding Debacle

Doctors: Stop All The Clocks

EastEnders: Max’s Last Stand

Emmerdale: Cain and Faith Flashback Episode

Hollyoaks: Three Mother’s, Three Daughters

Shayne Ward and Catherine Tyldesley as Eva and Aidan, pictured

Best Female Dramatic Performance

Coronation Street: Lucy Fallon (Bethany Platt)

Doctors: Laura Rollins (Ayesha Lee)

EastEnders: Lacey Turner (Stacey Fowler)

Emmerdale: Natalie J Robb (Moira Dingle)

Hollyoaks: Nadine Mulkerrin (Cleo McQueen)

Scene Of The Year

Coronation Street: The Grooming Of Bethany

Doctors: Bollywood Proposal

EastEnders: Lauren and Abi’s Rooftop Fall

Emmerdale: Emma Meets Her Fate

Hollyoaks: Scott’s Suicide Note

Lucy Fallon as Bethany Platt, pictured

Villain Of The Year

Coronation Street: Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan)

Doctors: Ryan Prescott (Liam Slade)

EastEnders: Jake Wood (Max Branning)

Emmerdale: Gillian Kearney (Emma Barton)

Hollyoaks: David Easter (Mac Nightingale)  

Connor McIntyre's Pat Phelan pictured

Best Comedy Performance

Coronation Street: Louiza Patikas (Moira Pollock)

Doctors: Ian Midlane (Dr Al Haskey)

EastEnders: Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed)

Emmerdale: Sally Dexter (Faith Dingle)

Hollyoaks: Nicole Barber Lane (Myra McQueen)

Best Newcomer

Coronation Street: Nicola Thorp (Nicola Rubenstein)

Doctors: Reis Bruce (Austin Lonsdale)

EastEnders: Lorraine Stanley (Karen Taylor)

Emmerdale: Andrew Scarborough (Graham Foster)

Hollyoaks: Lauren McQueen (Lily Hutchinson)

Best Storyline

Coronation Street: Phelan’s Reign Of Terror

Doctors: Consequences

EastEnders: Karma For Max

Emmerdale: Who Killed Emma?

Hollyoaks: Lily’s Self Harm 

Best Male Dramatic Performance

Coronation Street: Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan)

Doctors: Chris Walker (Rob Hollins)

EastEnders: Jake Wood (Max Branning)

Emmerdale: Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle)

Hollyoaks: Ross Adams (Scott Drinkwell

Best On-Screen Partnership

Coronation Street: Bahavna Limbachia and Faye Brookes (Rana Nazir and Kate Connor)

Doctors: Matthew Chambers and Elisabeth Dermot Walsh (Dr Daniel Granger and Dr Zara Carmichael)

EastEnders: Jake Wood and Lacey Turner (Max Branning and Stacey Fowler)

Emmerdale: Ned Porteous and Andrew Scarborough (Joe Tate and Graham Foster)

Hollyoaks: Malique Thompson-Dwyer and Theo Graham (Prince McQueen and Hunter McQueen) 

EastEnders' Jake Wood and Lacey Turner as Max and Stacey pictured

Best Young Actor

Coronation Street: Matilda Freeman (Summer Spellman)

EastEnders: Maisie Smith (Tiffany Butcher)

Emmerdale: Isobel Steele (Liv Flaherty)

Hollyoaks: Ela May Demircan (Leah Barnes) 

 




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