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2019 British Soap Awards

Who will come out on top this year?


Britain’s best-loved soaps are set to go for gold at this year’s British Soap Awards.


Coronation Street were big winners at the 20th anniversary in 2018, taking home the award for Best British Soap - but who will come out on top this year?


The long-running ITV show is set to go up against the likes of EastEnders, Hollyoaks, Emmerdale and Doctors one more at the star-studded ceremony in June.


If you’re not lucky enough to bag yourself tickets to the glittering London event, the awards will be televised on ITV and presented by This Morning star Philip Schofield.


See below for the full list of nominations:


Best British Soap

Coronation Street

Doctors

EastEnders

Emmerdale

Hollyoaks


Best Actor

Jack P Shepherd (David Platt, Coronation Street)

Danny Dyer (Mick Carter, EastEnders)

Zack Morris (Keegan Baker, EastEnders)

Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle, Emmerdale)

Gregory Finnegan (James Nightingale, Hollyoaks)


Best Actress

Alison King (Carla Connor, Coronation Street)

Lorraine Stanley (Karen Taylor, EastEnders)

Lucy Pargeter (Chas Dingle, Emmerdale)

Stephanie Davis (Sinead Shelby, Hollyoaks)

Lauren McQueen (Lily McQueen, Hollyoaks)


Villain of the Year

Greg Wood (Rick Neelan, Coronation Street)

Matthew Chambers (Daniel Granger, Doctors)

Ricky Champ (Stuart Highway, EastEnders)

Claire King (Kim Tate, Emmerdale)

Nathan Sussex (Buster Smith, Hollyoaks)


Best Comedy Performance

Patti Clare (Mary Cole, Coronation Street)

Sarah Moyle (Valerie Pitman, Doctors)

Tameka Empson (Kim Fox, EastEnders)

Nicola Wheeler (Nicola King, Emmerdale)

Jessamy Stoddart (Liberty Savage, Hollyoaks)


Best Newcomer

Alexandra Mardell (Emma Brooker, Coronation Street)

Bethan Moore (Izzie Torres, Doctors)

Ricky Champ (Stuart Highway, EastEnders)

James Moore (Ryan Stocks, Emmerdale)

Talia Grant (Brooke Hathaway, Hollyoaks)


Best Storyline

The Impact of Aidan’s Suicide (Coronation Street)

Daniel and Zara’s Breakup (Doctors)

Knife Crime (EastEnders)

Charity’s Abuse (Emmerdale)

Footballer Abuse (Hollyoaks)


Best Single Episode

Aidan’s Suicide and the Aftermath (Coronation Street)

And the Beat Goes On… (Doctors)

Consent (EastEnders)

Chas and Paddy Say Goodbye to Baby Grace (Emmerdale)

Where Do I Belong? (Hollyoaks)


Best Male Dramatic Performance

Rob Mallard (Daniel Osborne, Coronation Street)

Ian Midlane (Al Haskey, Doctors)

Zack Morris (Keegan Baker, EastEnders)

Dominic Brunt (Paddy Kirk, Emmerdale)

Adam Woodward (Brody Hudson, Hollyoaks)


Best Female Dramatic Performance

Katie McGlynn (Sinead Tinker, Coronation Street)

Elisabeth Dermot Walsh (Zara Carmichael, Doctors)

Gillian Wright (Jean Slater, EastEnders)

Lucy Pargeter (Chas Dingle, Emmerdale)

Nadine Mulkerrin (Cleo McQueen, Hollyoaks)


Best On-Screen Partnership

Simon Gregson and Kate Ford (Steve and Tracy McDonald, Coronation Street)

Ian Midlane and Adrian Lewis-Morgan (Al Haskey and Jimmi Clay, Doctors)

Roger Griffiths and Kara-Leah Fernandes (Mitch and Bailey Baker, EastEnders)

Lucy Pargeter and Dominic Brunt (Chas Dingle and Paddy Kirk, Emmerdale)

Nick Pickard and Alex Fletcher (Tony and Diane Hutchinson, Hollyoaks)


Best Young Actor

Elle Mulvaney (Amy Barlow, Coronation Street)

Oliver Falconer (Joe Granger-Carmichael, Doctors)

Kara-Leah Fernandes (Bailey Baker, EastEnders)

Joe Warren-Plant (Jacob Gallagher, Emmerdale)

Lacey Findlow (Dee Dee Hutchinson, Hollyoaks)


Scene of the Year

Gail’s Monologue (Coronation Street)

The Crash (Doctors)

Shakil’s Funeral (EastEnders)

Cain’s Confession (Emmerdale)

Brody Confronts His Abuser, Buster (Hollyoaks)

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