MICHELLE Keegan and Alison Hammond were among the stars who looked all partied out as they left the Baftas.
The television favourites were seen jumping into cabs after an evening at the prestigious awards do.
Despite the hours which had passed since her earlier arrival on the red carpet, Michelle, 34, continued to look glam in her blush pink fairy tale style tulle gown.
Michelle wore her brunette hair in a 1920s-inspired loose wave look and not even a strand seemed out of place, as husband Mark wright took his seat in the back of the vehicle next to her.
The Brassic actress was on stage to present the award for Entertainment Performance alongside Olympic swimmer Tom Daley.
While Bafta nominee Alison, 47, gave the peace sign as she left Southbank’s Royal Festival Hall with her 17-year-old son Aiden.
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Still beaming and smiling after rocking the red carpet in a long black dress and shimmering cape.
The TV host was nominated in the entertainment performance category, alongside the likes of Graham Norton, Joe Lycett and Michael McIntyre.
The award was won by chef Big Zuu on the night and Alison later commented: “What a honour to have been nominated tonight ! I was buzzing all night and although I didn’t win a Bafta , I did however feel like a winner standing next to my Handsome Son and wearing a bespoke @davidobrien75 dress . 💕”.
But not everyone opted for cabs to leave the venue, as Strictly pairing John Whaite and Johannes Radebe shared a tender moment at a bus stop after Sunday’s event.
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The friends held hands and hugged as they waited for a ride home on public transport after the star-studded ceremony.
The dapper duo both wore black suits, with John opting for a white shirt and Johannes choosing a single colour scheme.
The occasion was the perfect remedy for John’s recent heartbreak.
His dreams of performing as Prince Charming in the West End were dashed by Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cindarella’s shock closure.
Earlier in the night they reunited with other Strictly alumni including Sara Davies, Rose Ayling-Ellis, AJ Odudu and Rhys Stephenson.