The British Soap Awards 2019 took place in Manchester tonight and the stars have given fans a glimpse of what really goes on behind the secenes.
Famous faces from across the TV world came together to celebrate the soap's best moments over the last 12 months.
As well as being a glitzy award ceremony, it was also one big party for the stars, who shared pictures from backstage to give fans a glimpse of what really goes on.
Steph Davis, who missed out on the best actress gong, shared a video of herself scoffing a burger while getting her make-up done.
Corrie's Lucy Fallon could barely contain her excitement and was snapping pics and video from inside the Lowry Theatre in Salford.
As well as snapping selfies with her castmates, Lucy also shared plenty of pics of the Corrie lot sitting in the auditorium larking about.
One video showed Sue Nicholls showing Jack P Shepherd something on her phone which left him in fits of giggles.
Another picture showed the Corrie girls toasting their success with glasses of fizz.
It wasn't just the Corrie cast who were busy snapping pics at the bash – the EastEnders lot got in on the act too.
Dean Gaffney couldn't resist snapping a picture of himself with castmate Danny Dyer
The actor also shared a cheeky video of his co-star Jamie Borthwick enjoying a cigarette in the smoking area
There's certainly going to be some celebrating at the afterparties for the Hollyoaks cast as they won Best Soap tonight.
The Channel 4 soap also landed a Best Actor win for Gregory Finnegan, who plays James Nightingale.
Meanwhile actress Lucy Pargeter won one of the few awards for Emmerdale tonight as she was awarded Best Actress.
Coronation Street won the first gong of the night by being awarded Best Storyline for the aftermath of Aidan's suicide.
Actress Sue Nicholls was also left stunned tonight after being given the Outstanding Achievement award.
EastEnders' Gillian Wright was the next star to win by bagging Best Dramatic Performance for her heartbreaking cancer storyline.
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