Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Coronation Street Awards 2016

(This post was originally posted by Rachel Stevenson on the Coronation Street Blog in December 2016, reposted to this blog with permission.)

It's the end of the year so I thought some awards were in order. These are my own personal awards - other bloggers' views may (will) vary. I’ve followed the format of the British Soap Awards categories, and added some from the Smash Hits Poll Winners Party, as well as some of of my own. Without further ado, lazengentlemen, please put your hands together for (drum roll) Philip Schofield holding a large gold envelope....

Best Soap - Coronation Street (duh!)
Best Actor - Jack P. Shepherd (David Platt)
Best Actress - Alison King (Carla Connor)
Villain of the year - Evil Pat Phelan (Connor McIntyre)
Minx of the year - Jenny Bradley (Sally Ann Matthews)
Best newcomer - Rob Mallard (Daniel Osbourne)
Best Comedy Performance - Patti Clare (Mary Taylor)
Best Romantic Partnership - Todd and Billy (Bruno Langley and Daniel Brocklebank)

Best Comedy partnership - Tim and Sally (Joe Duttine and Sally Dyvenor)
Best Dramatic Performance, male -  Jack P. Sheperd (David Platt)
Best Dramatic Performance, female - Tina O’Brien (Sarah Platt)
Best Young Performance - Colson Smith (Craig Tinker)
Best Single Episode - Carla's departure/the car crash
Best Storyline - Callum in Gail's manhole

Best Comedy Storyline - Sally's campaign to become a councillor
Forgotten Storyline - Liz's relationship with older dad, Chris.
Most Boring Storyline - Caz stalks Maria
Scene Of The Year - David crashing his car on the way to court
Stunt Of the Year - Anna being set on fire.
Sexiest Male - Jason (Ryan Thomas) and his ironing

Sexiest Female - Eva (Catherine Tyldesley) and her many red dresses

Best Guest Star - Matt Millburn (Tommy Orpington)
Best Dressed - Gemma Winter (Dolly Rose Campbell)

Best Exit - Michael Rodwell (Les Dennis)
Best Return - Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne)
Storyline I'm Most Looking Forward To In 2017 - the return of Dozy Plebster (Helen Flanagan)

Who would you give awards to?

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How about soap with the most viewers lost. This year has been really difficult to watch. Move on Corrie.

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