Amber Gill, Vicky Pattison, and Holly Willoughby look all partied out as they leave the TV Choice Awards

Amber Gill, Vicky Pattison, and Holly Willoughby look all partied out as they leave the TV Choice Awards

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AMBER Gill, Vicky Pattison, and Holly Willoughby looked ready for bed as they left the TV Choice Awards after party.

The worlds of Love Island, soap, and daytime telly collided at last night’s swanky do, which took place at the Hilton Hotel in London.

Amber put her recent heartache behind her
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While many of the stars partied until the early hours, Vicky Pattison was the first celeb to turn in – leaving the event at 9pm, halfway through the main ceremony.

The 31-year-old former Geordie Shore favourite could barely keep her eyes open as she made her hasty exit, clutching onto her black handbag having wowed on the red carpet just hours earlier.

Meanwhile, reigning Love Island champ Amber waved at the paparazzi as she fell into her waiting taxi having avoided an awkward run-in with ex Greg O’Shea.

The 22-year-old beauty was left devastated last week when the Irish hunk brutally dumped her by text, and was no doubt relieved when he cancelled his expected appearance at yesterday’s awards show.

The star looked bleary-eyed as she checked her phone in the back of a taxi
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Danny celebrated his Best Soap Actor win
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Holly still looked glam as she made an exit
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Vicky left halfway through the ceremony at 9pm
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Amber appeared to have a great night, leaving the ceremony alone and appearing bleary-eyed as she checked her phone in the back of the cab.

EastEnders‘ star Danny Dyer, 42, celebrated his Best Soap Actor win in style, looking tired as he left the party after being spotted having an animated conversation with his BBC co-star Danielle Harold, who plays Lola Pearce in the soap.

Luisa Bradshaw-White, who plays Danny’s onscreen sister-turned-auntie Tina Carter, also looked all partied-out as she was snapped busting some questionable moves and pulling a face as she made her exit.

Luisa Bradshaw-White pulled a face as she left the do
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Demi Sims put her recent Megan Barton-Hanson heartache behind her
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The star blew the waiting photographers a kiss
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Corrie’s Katie McGlynn had an animated chat with Maura Higgins
The pair held hands as they left the do
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Towie’s Demi Sims also put her recent Megan Barton-Hanson heartache behind her, blowing a kiss as she got into a taxi, and looking sensational in a red silk dress that perfectly complimented her eye-catching lipstick.

Elsewhere, ex Corrie actress Katie McGlynn – who filmed her final scenes as Sinead Tinker on Sunday – appeared to make a new best friend in the form of Love Island’s Maura Higgins.

The actress was spotted enjoying a chat with the Irish beauty earlier in the evening, and the two later left the event together holding hands.

Susanna Reid beamed as she made her exit
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Phillip Schofield looked thrilled after This Morning’s win
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Alison King was all partied out
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Ovie and India put on a loved-up display
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Billie and Sam Faiers looked glam
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Nick Knowles, Susanna Reid, Charlotte Hawkins, and Alison King were also spotted making weary exits in the early hours.

Holly Willoughby looked just as glam as she left the party as she did on the red carpet earlier in the night, with she and Phillip Schofield having much to celebrate after This Morning won the Best Daytime Show gong.

Phillip looked chuffed to bits as he got into his cab, but the pair’s relatively tame night makes it unlikely that he and Holly will be presenting their popular show with sore heads later on today.


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