Who were the best-dressed celebs at the BAFTAs?

Stars of stage and screen took to the red carpet last night for the annual Bafta Television Awards in central London.

Strictly Come Dancing host Claudia Winkleman shunned her signature colour, black, and opted for a crisp white suit, while her co-host Tess Daly followed the trend with an asymmetrical dress, also in white.

Emily Atack, the former Inbetweeners star, looked radiant in a pale blue gown that showed off her baby bump, while Top Boy actress, Jasmine Johnson rocked a floor-length sequined dress as she accepted the Best Supporting actress award.

Actor Layton Williams showcased a gold-coloured suit with black detail, wearing a jacket and trousers – and no shirt. The star, best known for playing the role of Stephen Carmichael in the television series Bad Education, accessorised the look with a black and gold handbag with pearled beading on the handle, as well as a single black earring.

Reality star Georgia Harrison wore a bright red dress featuring a white, ruffled bust that revealed her midriff. Georgia, who appeared in Love Island All Stars, teamed the look with a small red handbag with white detail and several rings on her fingers.

Fellow Love Island star Maura Higgins arrived wearing an elegant black gown with ruffles around her waist and tapered towards the floor. The reality star chose simple bangles around her wrist and drop earrings to accessorise the look.

But it was comedian Joe Lycett who stole the red carpet thanks to his attire; the comedian, who beat fellow nominees Ant and Dec in the Best Entertainment Performance category for Channel 4 series Late Night Lycett, was dressed as Queen Elizabeth I.

Lycett wore a white cape, which resembled a gown and trailed along the floor, as well as a Tudor-style ruff around his neck.

Lycett had said that, if his aunties Margaret and Pauline managed to amass 200,000 followers on Instagram by a certain date, he would attend the TV Baftas dressed as the Tudor monarch. Margaret and Pauline hit their goal and Lycett walked the red carpet in Elizabethan style to the delight of the spectators.