Rochelle Humes and Charlotte Hawkins lead the arrivals at the 2022 TRIC Awards


Rochelle Humes and Charlotte Hawkins were among the star-studded arrivals for the 2022 Television and Radio Industries Club Awards in London’s Grosvenor House on Wednesday.

The presenter, 33, flashed a hint of her toned abs in a cropped camel top with ruched detailing and a matching skirt as she graced the blue carpet ahead of the coveted TV event.

Meanwhile Charlotte put on a dazzling display in a sparkly white mini dress with a 1920s-inspired tasselled skirt as she made her way along the blue carpet at the awards.

Stunning: She was joined by Charlotte Hawkins, who dazzled in a fun white flapper-inspired dress

Here they come! Rochelle Humes (left) and Charlotte Hawkins (right) were among the star-studded arrivals for the 2022 Television and Radio Industries Club Awards in London’s Grosvenor House on Wednesday

Rochelle flashed a hint of her taut stomach in a fun camel-coloured crop top which boasted a ruched front and a gold fastening, teamed with a matching maxi skirt.

The star teamed her look with tan leather boots and a matching clutch bag as she arrived with her dapper husband Marvin in tow. 

Charlotte looked equally stunning in a fun white dress with a dramatic flapper-inspired skirt and matching strapped heels, beaming as she posed for snaps at the awards event.

Couples outing! The presenter is joined by her husband Marvin as they graced the blue carpet for the awards show

Suave: Marvin cut a dapper figure in a smart dusky pink suit

Couples outing! The presenter is joined by her husband Marvin, who cut a dapper figure in a smart dusky pink suit

Ant and Dec, Kate Garraway, drama It’s A Sin and Strictly Come Dancing led the nominees in the 17 categories – with the winners decided by the public and industry vote.

In the TV Personality category, Ant & Dec are up against Bradley Walsh, Rylan Clark and Piers Morgan.

The News Presenter award is a four-way fight between GB News’ Eammon Holmes, Stephen Dixon, and the BBC News Team’s Clive Myrie and Victoria Derbyshire.

The New Drama category sees award-winning It’s A Sin, up against Vigil, The Pembrokeshire Murders and Around the World in 80 Days, while the Drama award has Line of Duty, Call the Midwife, Vera and All Creatures Great and Small as contenders.

In Game Show, it’s a tight race between Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, The Chase, Richard Osman’s House of Games and Would I Lie To You? Meanwhile in Entertainment there’s stiff competition between Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad, The Graham Norton Show and Gogglebox

In the Soap category, it’s a battle of heavyweights with Coronation Street, Emmerdale, EastEnders and Holby City all fighting for the gong.

And for Reality shows, there’s a new kid on the block, well, new big kid, Clarkson’s Farm takes on the The Masked Singer, Strictly Come Dancing and I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!

There’s an award for Podcast of the Year, while radio nominees see Roman Kemp, battling it out with the Queens of radio Kate Garraway, Amanda Holden and Sara Cox  

18 awards will be presented in total, including the TRIC Special Award.

The TRIC Awards recognise the very best TV, radio and online shows, as well as Britain’s most-loved stars and talent. 

The 2021 awards saw Piers Morgan beat his former Good Morning Britain co-host Susanna Reid to scoop News Presenter Of The Year.

The TV star looked delighted to be back with his old colleagues at the event held in London, as the breakfast show led the winners at the star-studded awards.

It was also a day to remember for his former co-star Kate Garraway, who was recognised with a special award after continuing her tireless TV and radio work while her husband Derek Draper battles Covid-19.

GMB itself also scooped the prize for Multi-Channel News, while fellow ITV staples This Morning and I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here awarded gongs for Daytime and Reality respectively. 

Famed duo Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly were crowned the winners of the TV Personality category, while Roman Kemp was named best Radio Personality.

Roman’s co-star Siân Welby was seen clutching a TRIC trophy as their Capital Breakfast show secured an award in the Radio Programme category.

The Soap Of The Year gong was given to Coronation Street, with the show’s actress Shelley King landing the Soap Actor prize.

BBC programme Would I Lie To You? was announced as the winner of the Comedy category and The Repair Shop scooped the gong for best Factual show.

The Crown was awarded the prize for the Drama category. Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo, and Fred Sireix were elated when their show American Road Trip! was recognised for the Food category award.

TRIC Awards Nominations 2022

Soap of the Year   

Coronation Street (ITV1)

EastEnders (BBC One)

Emmerdale (ITV1)

Holby City (BBC One

Best Radio Programme  

Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp

Heart Breakfast with Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden

Sara Cox (BBC Radio Two)

The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show (BBC Radio Two)

Best Entertainment Programme  

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV1)

Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad (ITV1)

Gogglebox (Channel 4)

The Graham Norton Show (BBC One) 

Podcast of The Year  

Happy Place Fearne Cotton

Rob Beckett and Josh Widdicombe’s Parenting Hell

Sh**ged, Married, Annoyed

That Peter Crouch Podcast

Best Radio Personality  

Amanda Holden (Heart)

Kate Garraway (Smooth)

Roman Kemp (Capital)

Sara Cox (BBC Radio Two)

Best TV Personality of the Year   

Ant & Dec

Bradley Walsh

Piers Morgan

Rylan Clark

Best Drama Programme

 All Creatures Great and Small (Channel 5)

Call the Midwife (BBC One)

Line of Duty (BBC One)

Vera (ITV1)

Sports Programme  

A League of their Own (Sky One)

BBC Wimbledon (BBC)

Match of the Day (BBC One)

Tokyo 2020: Olympics (BBC)

Gameshow  

Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel (BBC One)

Richard Osman’s House of Games (BBC Two)

The Chase (ITV1)

Would I Lie To You? (BBC One)

 

 

Best Reality Programme  

Clarkson’s Farm (Amazon Prime)

I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here (ITV1)

Strictly Come Dancing (BBC One)

The Masked Singer (ITV1)

Best Daytime Programme

A Place in the Sun (Channel 4)

Loose Women (ITV1)

Steph’s Packed Lunch (Channel 4)

This Morning (ITV1)

Best Radio Programme  

Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp

Heart Breakfast with Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden

Sara Cox (BBC Radio Two)

The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show (BBC Radio Two)

Best Food Programme   

Gordon, Gino and Fred Go Greek: Mamma Mia (ITV1)

James Martin’s Saturday Morning (ITV1)

MasterChef (BBC One)

The Great British Bake Off (Channel 4)

Best Factual Programme  

Ambulance (BBC One)

Kate Garraway: Finding Derek (ITV1)

Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs (ITV1)

The Repair Shop (BBC One)

Best Soap Actor  

Paige Sandhu (Emmerdale)

Rosie Marcel (Holby City)

Sally Carman (Coronation Street)

Simon Gregson (Coronation Street)

Best News Presenter   

Clive Myrie (BBC One)

Eammon Holmes (GB News)

Stephen Dixon (GB News)

Victoria Derbyshire (BBC One)

Multi-channel News Programme  

BBC Breakfast

BBC News Team

GB News Team

Good Morning Britain  

New Drama

Around the World in 80 Days (BBC One)

It’s a Sin (Channel 4)

The Pembrokeshire Murders (ITV1)

Vigil (BBC One)

 

 

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