The British Soap Awards got boozy as some of the UK's biggest stars let their hair down.
The after-party looked pretty wild as a DJ got everyone dancing and popping champagne.
It looked like a night to remember – although some of the stars may struggle to after knocking back one too many.
The stars of Coronation Street , Emmerdale, EastEnders and Hollyoaks came together under one roof for this year's British Soap Awards.
And all professional rivalry was set to one side as the after-party got into full swing.
Lucy Fallon, who plays Bethany Platt in Corrie, posed up with her co-stars Ellie Leach (Faye Windas), Sair Khan (Alya Nazir) and pregnant Brook Vincent (Sophie Webster) as they celebrated together.
Lucy laughed as she filmed herself with co-star Colson Smith (Craig Tinker) and he straightened his pocket square.
Colson joked he was heading for Love Island 2019 as he pointed to the camera and made himself useful by fanning his pregnant co-star Brooke with a napkin, before posing up with his co-stars Sam Aston (Chesney Brown) and Charlie de Melo (Imran Habeeb).
Lucy also shared a boomerang of herself enjoying a glass of wine with her on-screen mum Tina O'Brien (Sarah Platt).
Sair shared a fun video clip of herself reuniting on the red carpet with I'm A Celebrity campmate Malique Thompson-Dwyer, who plays Prince McQueen in Hollyoaks.
Kieron Richardson, who plays Ste Hay in Hollyoaks, gathered together his co-stars, who confidently predicted their Best Soap win.
Corrie's Katie McGlynn (Sinead Osbourne) partied in Manchester's Menagerie Restaurant with her mum and her co-stars, sharing a video of the buckets of champagne lit up by sparklers on her table.
She also posed with her arm around her on-screen hubby Rob Mallard (Daniel Osbourne) as he puffed on an pipe.
Her co-star Ryan Prescott (Ryan Connor) poured the champagne as Katie bust out some moves from her seat.
EastEnders star Maisie Smith, who plays Tiffany Butcher, enjoyed herself as she showed the tunes being played from behind the DJ stand.
Hollyoaks' Ruby O'Donnell (Peri Lomax) celebrated the win by slipping into a different outfit to head to the after-party with co-star Lauren McQueen (Lily Drinkwell).
Jennifer Metcalfe, who plays Mercedes McQueen in the triumphant soap, posed up with co-star Jude McGowan (Liam Donovan) as they hit the bash.
And the soap's Chelsee Healey (Goldie McQueen) shared some behind the scenes footage of the gang celebrating their big win on stage.
Before long, the stars were pictured climbing into the back of taxis to head home, looking like they'll probably be feeling a big fragile today.
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