British Soap Awards’ Lucy Fallon, Sair Khan and Steph Davis lead best dressed

The stars have descended on Salford tonight for the British Soap Awards 2019 and they slipped into their most spectacular outfits for the red carpet bash.

As well as a competition for trophies, it looks like there's also a fierce contest to steal the show on the red carpet.

The first ladies of soap arrived at the Lowry Theatre looking incredible in their fashion-forward frocks.

Coronation Street's Lucy Fallon lead the way as she turned heads in a plunging white gown.

The actress arrived with her boyfriend Tom Leech, but all eyes were definitely on Lucy.

It's a huge night for Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davis as she's up for an award following her return to the Channel 4 soap.

She made sure she dressed to impress in a long pink gown, which she accessories with her hunky boyfriend on her arm.

The actress couldn't keep her hands off Owen Warner, who looked smart in a suit, as they posed for pictures together outside the venue.

Another soap queen who ruled the red carpet tonight was Sair Khan, who looked stunning in a summery yellow gown.

It's the biggest night in the soap calendar and EastEnders and Hollyoaks lead the way on the nomination front, while Coronation Street was the big winner at the 20th anniversary event in 2018.

The awards are being hosted by Phillip Schofield live from Salford’s Lowry Theatre and the show is being broadcast on ITV.

Many of the awards are being decided by a public vote while others The remaining categories are decided by a panel of industry experts.

There sure to be fierce competition tonight as the stars battle it out to win the top trophies.

However, it's not just drama onscreen that's being celebrated – Hollyoaks actress Nadine Mulkerrin used the event to confirm she's pregnant with first child.

The actress, who plays Cleo McQueen in the Channel 4 soap, has confirmed she's expecting a baby with her fiance and co-star Rory Douglas-Speed, 27.

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