Pictured: Ashley Roberts, Caroline Flack, Helen Flanagan, Laura Whitmore, Lucy Mecklenburgh, Samia Ghadie, Tulisa Contostavlos
The National Television Awards (NTA’s) 2013 were held at the O2 arena last night in London. ITV broadcasts the event that celebrates the Most Popular in British television as voted by the audiences. Downtown Abbey won for Drama while Strictly Come Dancing won for Talent Show. Check out the full list of winners and for more info, visit the National Television Awards website.
We’ve already covered Rihanna, Victoria Justice, Nicole Scherzinger, and Jessie J on the red carpet of the 2012 BRIT Awards. Well, I guess you can consider these the leftovers. Additionally, we were too lazy to post the likes of Adele who did take home a couple of awards, for Best Female and Best Album. As for Lana Del Rey, she won the International Breakthrough Award. For a complete list of winners, click here.
Photo Credit: WENN; Pictured: Lana Del Rey, Laura Whitmore, Lisa Snowdon, Pixie Lott
So those of you that follow X-Factor in the UK should know that today starts Bootcamp for this season’s contestants. How do we know this? Well, not knowing anything about the show we had to cheat and check out the Wiki page for this season. So rather than try to write up anything, here’s the explanation of Bootcamp.
Bootcamp will be held on 18 August 2011 at the Wembley Arena. For the second time, it will be open to an audience (the first was in 2009). It will be a five-day bootcamp stage, which will feature dance classes, workshops, song-writing sessions given by special guests and lightning auditions, which will see hopefuls forced to learn and perform a track in under an hour. [Wiki]
Caroline Louise Flack(born 9 November 1980 is a British television presenter.
She first became known for presenting the International Pepsi Chart Show before moving to Channel 4 and starring in Bo’ Selecta! playing Michael Jackson’s long-suffering girlfriend Bubbles. In 2005, she went on to present links between videos on E4 Music and The Games Trackside on E4. She also had a regular segment in the video games show When Games Attack in 2005. [Wiki]