Lucy-Jo Hudson nails evening chic as she sports a black satin dress for the British Soap Awards


Hollyoaks’ Lucy-Jo Hudson cuts a sophisticated figure in a sleek black satin dress at the British Soap Awards red carpet

Lucy-Jo Hudson looked effortlessly glamorous as she attended Saturday’s British Soap Awards at Hackney Empire, London.

The 38-year-old actress, known for her roles in Coronation Street and Hollyoaks, donned a black satin dress with a square neckline and panelled waist. 

The dress featured a sequin detail drop back, as she paired the classic yet chic ensemble with black and silver detailed strapped heels.

Gorgeous: Lucy-Jo Hudson, 38, nailed evening chic on Saturday as she sported a square-neck black satin dress for the British Soap Awards at London's Hackney Empire

Gorgeous: Lucy-Jo Hudson, 38, nailed evening chic on Saturday as she sported a square-neck black satin dress for the British Soap Awards at London’s Hackney Empire

Adding a black clutch bag to the monochrome ensemble, Lucy-Jo added a selection of silver rings, keeping the rest of her accessories minimalist.

The beauty had her bright blonde locks styled in a sleek curl, as they fell to her shoulders in a middle parting.

Opting for a dewy glam makeup look, she sported a bronze lip and dark eye, peering at the camera over her shoulder as she struck up some poses. 

Bombshell: The beauty had her bright blonde locks styled in a sleek curl, as they fell to her shoulders in a middle parting

Bombshell: The beauty had her bright blonde locks styled in a sleek curl, as they fell to her shoulders in a middle parting

Pose: Opting for a dewy glam makeup look, she sported a bronze lip and dark eye, peering at the camera over her shoulder as she struck up some poses

Pose: Opting for a dewy glam makeup look, she sported a bronze lip and dark eye, peering at the camera over her shoulder as she struck up some poses

And the star, who played Katy Harris in Coronation Street and Donna-Marie Quinn in Hollyoaks, was no doubt hoping for both soaps to bag some gongs – as it battled against Doctors, EastEnders, and Emmerdale.

And that they did, as Corrie beat out the other shows as Millie Gibson bagged the Young Performer award and Maximus Evans the Villain award.

While Hollyoaks took home the award for Best Storyline, referring to character Misbah Maalik’s rape. 

On-screen: Lucy-Jo played the role of Donna-Marie Quinn in Hollyoaks

On-screen: Lucy-Jo played the role of Donna-Marie Quinn in Hollyoaks

Back in the day: While she played Katy Harris in Coronation Street from 2002-2005

Back in the day: While she played Katy Harris in Coronation Street from 2002-2005

The awards show returned live to ITV for the first time in two years, after the 2020 and 2021 ceremonies were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

In its place in 2020, ITV instead aired a 60-minute special titled The British Soap Awards Celebrates 21 Years, narrated by long-running presenter Phillip Schofield.

Back and better than ever this year, host Phillip, 60, welcomed a plethora of soap stars to London’s Hackney Empire.

The awards are either voted for by a panel of expert judges or the public, with fans able to choose their favourites for Best British Soap, Best Leading Performer and Best Family categories. 

British Soap Awards 2022: The Winners

British Soap

Coronation Street 

Doctors

EastEnders

Emmerdale

Hollyoaks

Leading Performer 

Sally Carman (Abi Webster) – Coronation Street

Gillian Wright (Jean Slater) – EastEnders

Linda Henry (Shirley Carter) – EastEnders

Paige Sandhu (Meena Jutla) – Emmerdale

Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle) – Emmerdale

 Family 

The Alahans – Coronation Street

The Carters – EastEnders

The Dingles – Emmerdale – WINNER

The McQueens – Hollyoaks

Coronation Street: Sally Carman as Abi Webster

Coronation Street: Sally Carman as Abi Webster

Villain 

Maximus Evans (Corey Brent) – Coronation Street – WINNER

Laura White (Dr Princess Buchanan) – Doctors

Toby-Alexander Smith (Gray Atkins) – EastEnders

Paige Sandhu (Meena Jutla) – Emmerdale

Rhiannon Clements (Summer Ranger) – Hollyoaks

Coronation Street: Maximus Evans as Corey Brent

Coronation Street: Maximus Evans as Corey Brent

Comedy Performer

Jane Hazelgrove (Bernie Winter) – Coronation Street

Sarah Moyle (Valerie Pitman) – Doctors

Tameka Empson (Kim Fox) – EastEnders

Lisa Riley (Mandy Dingle) – Emmerdale

Chelsee Healey (Goldie McQueen) – Hollyoaks

Newcomer 

Paddy Bever (Max Turner) – Coronation Street

Ross McLaren (Luca McIntyre) – Doctors

Ross Boatman (Harvey Monroe) – EastEnders – WINNER

Darcy Grey (Marcus Dean) – Emmerdale

Matthew James-Bailey (Ethan Williams) – Hollyoaks

Hollyoaks: Chelsee Healey as Goldie McQueen

Hollyoaks: Chelsee Healey as Goldie McQueen

 

Best Storyline 

Coronation Street – Hate Crime

Doctors – Bear and his mother encounter racism at St Phil’s Hospital

EastEnders – Jean’s Bipolar

Emmerdale – Meena Serial Killer

Hollyoaks – Misbah’s Historic Rape WINNER

Single Episode 

Coronation Street – Flashback

Doctors – Three Consultations and a Funeral – WINNER

EastEnders – Jean in Southend

Emmerdale – Marlon’s stroke

Hollyoaks – Out of Time

Emmerdale: Mark Charnock as Marlon Dingle

Emmerdale: Mark Charnock as Marlon Dingle 

Dramatic Performance 

Sally Carman (Abi Webster) – Coronation Street

Dex Lee (Bear Sylvester) – Doctors

Gillian Wright (Jean Slater) – EastEnders

Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle) – Emmerdale – WINNER

Harvey Virdi (Misbah Maalik) – Hollyoaks

On-screen partnership  

David Neilson & Mollie Gallagher (Roy Cropper & Nina Lucas) – Coronation Street

Chris Walker & Jan Pearson (Rob Hollins & Karen Hollins) – Doctors

Lacey Turner & Gillian Wright (Stacey Slater and Jean Slater) – EastEnders – WINNER

Isobel Steele & Bradley Johnson (Liv Flaherty & Vinny Dingle) – Emmerdale

Anna Passey & Kieron Richardson (Sienna Blake & Ste Hay) – Hollyoaks

EastEnders: Gillian Wright as Jean Slater

EastEnders: Gillian Wright as Jean Slater

Young performer 

Millie Gibson (Kelly Neelan) – Coronation Street – WINNER

Sonny Kendall (Tommy Moon) – EastEnders

Amelia Flanagan (April Windsor) – Emmerdale

Jayden Fox (Bobby Costello) – Hollyoaks

Scene of the year 

Coronation Street – Johnny’s Death

Doctors – Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

EastEnders – Hall of Mirrors

Emmerdale – Bridge Collapse

Hollyoaks – Misbah Didn’t Consent – WINNER     

 

The Outstanding Achievement Award went to EastEnders legend Letitia Dean for her portrayal of Sharon Watts

 The Tony Warren Award went to Coronation Street scriptwriter Jan McVerry 

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