Daily Mirror’s Pride Of Britain Awards 2017 airs tonight on ITV and here are all the winners.
Plus, everything else you need to know about the sure to be emotional ceremony.
Prince William and Prince Charles join more than 100 stars to celebrate the nation’s unsung heroes at the prestigious Pride of Britain Awards 2017 on ITV this evening.
Hosted by Carol Vorderman, celebrities including David Beckham, Simon Cowell, Sir Michael Caine, Joanna Lumley, Sir Rod Stewart, Sir Lenny Henry, Suranne Jones and One Direction’s Liam Payne pay tribute to some truly awe-inspiring people at the glittering event at the Grosvenor House in London’s Park Lane.
Award presenters range from Prime Minister Theresa May, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and scientific genius Sir Stephen Hawking to the country’s best-loved TV and sports stars.
In a year blighted by terror attacks on Manchester and London and the Grenfell Tower inferno, the focus will be on the remarkable heroism of members of our emergency services and the NHS.
Pride Of Britain Awards 2017 winners
Good Morning Britain Young Fundraiser: George Mathias
This Morning Emergency Services Award: Grenfell firefighters
Special recognition: Professor Lorna Dawson
Special recognition: Grenfell community
Special recognition: Manchester medics
Lifetime achievement: Dr Paul Stephenson OBE
Special recognition: Sarah Hope
Outstanding bravery: PC Keith Palmer, PC Wayne Marques, PC Charlie Guenigault
Special recognition: Dilys Price
Child of courage: Suzie McCash
TSB community partner: Fraser Johnston
Prince’s Trust Young Achiever: Katie Walker
Teenager of courage: Moin Younis
ITV fundraiser: Jake Coates
Besides uplifting stories of courage, selflessness and beating the odds, there will be more than a few hilarious surprises along the way. Dancing superstar and Diversity frontman Ashley Banjo joins Carol as a roving presenter to interview winners and celebrities behind-the-scenes.
Among the many celebrities taking part will be the stars of Britain’s favourite TV shows including Strictly Come Dancing, The X Factor, Coronation Street and EastEnders.
Now in its 19th year, Pride of Britain has become established as the biggest national event of its kind.
Tens of thousands of people nominated their unsung heroes and the winners were chosen by a judging panel which this year included Carol Vorderman, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick, Chief Nursing Officer Prof Jane Cummings, Good Morning Britain presenters Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard, This Morning host Eamonn Holmes, former winner Katie Piper and Olympic gold medallist Kadeena Cox.