Bradley Walsh, 61, was amongst the nominees for the first gong of the evening’s award ceremony – Best Entertainment Performance.
However, he failed to pick up the award, losing out to Romesh Ranganathan, who was given the accolade for his show, The Ranganation.
The star’s show The Chase was also shortlisted for the Daytime Award, but just missed out to The Great House Giveaway.
The stripped-back ceremony saw only some of the biggest TV names in attendance, including Bradley.
And alongside Bradley was his wife Donna, whom he has been married to for over 20 years, tying the knot in 1997.
Donna was all-smiles alongside her actor/presenter husband, with the couple posing for photos on arrival.
Bradley opted for a smart black suit, with Donna looking sensational in a black and gold halter-neck number.
She finished off her look by adding understated makeup and she held onto a gold clutch bag.
The pair sat side-by-side as the awaited the panel’s verdicts this evening.
Bradley was firstly nominated for his role on Beat The Chasers but after missing out to comedian Romesh, could resist a jokey dig.
The Chase star called the outcome a “farce” to which the winner responded: “Shut up, Bradley.”
And when Romesh went to sit back down, Bradley couldn’t resist the last word as he mouthed to the camera: “It’s a joke!”
Donna and Bradley share son Barney Walsh together, who has been seen on the pair’s TV show.
Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad follows the duo on their travels all around the world.
Barney also recently featured on All Star Musicals – which was one by TV judge, Robert Rinder.
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