The 2020 Pride of Britain Awards are on ITV tonight - here's all you need to know about this year's ceremony.
Now in its 21st year, the Pride of Britain Awards 2020 will air on Sunday, November 1 at 9PM. The ceremony will run for 90 minutes.
Carol Vorderman and Ashley Banjo will be back to host this year's series from the iconic Royal Chelsea Hospital in London - home to our retired military personnel
In 2020, the show will take the awards to the winners with a host of different celebrities and public figures delivering each award to their very deserving winner.
The awards recognise and celebrate ordinary people up and down the country doing extraordinary things after thousands of nominations from the public.
Famous faces from the worlds of film, television, music and sport will be on hand to celebrate the winners.
Those confirmed to be taking part this year include HRH Prince Charles, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Captain Sir Tom Moore, Alesha Dixon, David Beckham OBE, Dame Julie Walters, Marcus Rashford MBE, Kate Garraway, Ant and Dec, Katherine Jenkins, Stephen Fry, Dame Kelly Holmes, Anthony Joshua, Michael Sheen and Olly Murs.
Each inspiring story is told with emotional, intimate interviews, along with a supporting cast of family, friends, and people describing the positive impact the winner has had on all their lives.
Alongside these extraordinary stories of courageousness, bravery and going the extra mile will be a host of on the night surprises.
The Daily Mirror's Pride of Britain Awards 2020 will be even more important this year as we celebrate the best in people from around the UK in what has been a tumultuous year.
The Pride Of Britain Awards airs from 9PM, Sunday November 1 on ITV.
You'll be able to watch the ceremony live online and catch up via the ITV Hub.