Here come the screen sirens: Kym Marsh, Faye Brookes and Olympia Valance take the plunge as they lead Inside Soap Awards red carpet with VERY daring ensembles
They love to dress up for the red carpet.
So, true to form, screen sirens Kym Marsh, Olympia Valance and Faye Brookes offered a rather buxom displays when they attended the Inside Soap Awards on Monday.
For Coronation Street stars Kym and Faye, there was competition in the cleavage department at the London Hippodrome bash, but Neighbours star Olympia ultimately stole the show.
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Buxom displays: (From left) Kym Marsh, Faye Brookes and Olympia Valance offered a rather buxom display when they attended the Inside Soap Awards on Monday night in London
Competition: Kym (left) certainly had strong competition from Faye (right) in the cleavage department
Kym, 41, stepped out in her typical trademark look - a black, skin-tight outfit which showed off her shape.
Swapping the trademark LBD for a jumpsuit, there was at least a touch of variety in her choice of attire.
But the look still boasted all the hallmarks of her high street taste, including a plunging neckline and lashings of fake tan.
Formulaic: Kym, 41, who plays Michelle Connor in Coronation Street, stepped out in her typical trademark look - a black, skin-tight outfit which showed off her shape
Strike a pose: The former Hear'Say singer had seemingly opted for a slightly classier style
Following suit was Faye Brookes, who amped-up the glamour even further in a deliberately provocative number.
She sported a bodycon-inspired design in bright red, which was made even more OTT thanks to a missing panel across the chest.
Naturally, this allowed her to flaunt her cleavage as she made her entrance.
Further replicating Kym's look, Faye also scooped her hair up into a messy bun and displayed a rather golden tan for October.
Busty: Following suit was Faye Brookes, who plays Kate Connor in Coronation Street, amped-up the glamour even further in a deliberately provocative number
Giving fans the 360-degree view! The soap star gives onlookers a twirl at the annual bash
Look-a-like: Further replicating Kym's look, Faye also scooped her hair up into a messy bun
Emmerdale was crowned Best Soap at the Inside Soap Awards.
The ITV show triumphed in the top category for the second year running whilst also taking home prizes for Best Shock Twist, for the death of Val Pollard (Charlie Hardwick) as well as a Best Young Actor gong for Amelia Flanagan, who stars as April Windsor in the soap.
Ryan Hawley and Danny Miller also took home an award for Best Partnership.
Step back in time: Australian Neighbours star Olympia Valance sported a retro look in her black dress
Classy: EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa, who plays Lauren Branning, also attend the Inside Soap Awards 2016 held at The Hippodrome
She did it! Having recently returned from maternity leave, Jacqueline has proved herself as a soap icon (left) while Olympia also shone (right)
Speaking at the event, Ryan - who stars as Robert Sugden - said: 'It’s great to have won, especially as it’s voted for by the readers of Inside Soap magazine, who are true soap fans.
'It’s a huge honour.'
It was EastEnders though that scooped the most prizes on the night, including Best Actor for Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) and Best Actress for Lacey Turner (Stacey Fowler).
Performer Rhea Bailey, who plays Corrie's soldier Caz Hammond (left) and former Waterloo Road star Chelsee Healey (right) wore bold styles
She wears the trousers! Model Sophie Porley (left) was joined by Casualty actress Amanda Henderson, who plays Robyn Miller (centre) and The Royal actress Michelle Hardwick (right)
Dressed to impress: Olympia's fellow Neighbours star Ariel Kaplan wore an extreme plunging black dress on the red carpet while Hollyoaks star Amanda Clapham dazzled in gold
Gong: EastEnders actress Tameka Empson clutches her gong after the award win in London
Animal print: Coronation Street's Katie McGlynn, famous for playing Sinead Tinker, missed the mark in her bright coloured mini and thigh-high boots
Dame Barbara Windsor also took home an award for Best Exit for her emotional departure as the legendary Peggy Mitchell.
She added: 'I was nervous about saying goodbye to Peggy, of course I was. But Peggy’s exit was wonderful - I really couldn’t have asked for more. The writers spoilt me, they really did!'
Coronation Street also scooped a handful of gongs too, with Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan) taking home the Best Bad Boy award.
Drama: Former Emmerdale star Charlie Hardwick attends the Inside Soap Awards at The Hippodrome
Glamorous: (L-R) Hollyoaks star Persephone Swales-Dawson, Emmerdale's Laura Norton and Michelle Hardwick opted wildly contrasting ensembles on Monday evening
High spirits: Liam Fox, Michelle and Bhasker Patel were in the mood to party at the annual event
Nice and natural for the camera! Joanne Clifton and Ore Oduba demand attention
Red carpet glamour: (L-R) Emmerdale's Charlotte Bellamy and Annette Badland made their presence felt
Joe Duttine (Tim Metcalfe) secured Funniest Male whilst Shayne Ward was named Best Newcomer.
Speaking after his win, Shayne said: 'It was the cherry on top [after a great year]. I've been blessed to have such great storylines in the first year that I've been here. This just rounds it off.'
Coronation Street was also handed the gong for Best Showstopper for their live episode, which saw drug dealer Callum Logan (Sean Ward) meet his end.
Now that's a brave look! Strictly professional dancer Neil Jones decided to wear a flower-power ensemble (left) while Neighbours icon Alan Fletcher who plays Karl Kennedy (right) wore a slightly more conservative suit
Boy power: Rob Ostlere poses with his award for Best Drama Storyline
Success: Veteran actor Steve McFadden attends the Inside Soap Awards at The Hippodrome
INSIDE SOAP AWARDS 2016 - THE WINNERS
Best Actor - Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell, 'EastEnders')
Best Actress - Lacey Turner (Stacey Fowler, 'EastEnders')
Best Bad Girl - Persephone Swales-Dawson (Nico Bradley, 'Hollyoaks')
Best Bad Boy - Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan, 'Coronation Street')
Funniest Female - Tameka Empson (Kim Fox-Hubbard, 'EastEnders')
Funniest Male - Joe Duttine (Tim Metcalfe, 'Coronation Street')
Best Newcomer - Shayne Ward (Aidan Connor, 'Coronation Street')
Best Young Actor - Amelia Flanagan (April Windsor, 'Emmerdale')
Sexiest Male - Charlie Clapham (Freddie Roscoe, 'Hollyoaks')
Sexiest Female - Jacqueline Jossa (Lauren Branning, 'EastEnders')
Best Partnership - Ryan Hawley & Danny Miller (Robert Sugden & Aaron Dingle, 'Emmerdale')
Best Showstopper - The live episode ('Coronation Street')
Best Shock Twist - Val dies in the hall of mirrors! ('Emmerdale')
Best Exit - Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell, 'EastEnders')
Best Drama Star - Derek Thompson (Charlie Fairhead, 'Casualty')
Best Drama Storyline - Arthur’s death ('Holby City')
Best Daytime Star - Alan Fletcher (Karl Kennedy, 'Neighbours')
Best Daytime Soap - 'Neighbours'
Best Soap - 'Emmerdale'
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