The National Television Awards are back for the 24th year running in 2019 and we cannot wait to see Dermot O’Leary on our screens celebrating the best from TV dramas to soap and entertainment.
Voting is officially open so head over to the NTAs website and cast your votes anytime between now and the day of the awards for a chance to see your favourite win on on the night.
X Factor host Dermot is back as presenter for the eighth year running and he’ll be joined by a host of TV celebrities on stage to present and collect awards. The ceremony will be at none other than the iconic London’s O2 and will be broadcast on ITV.
Here’s everything you need to know for the NTAs 2019 including when it is on TV, nominees and so much more…
NTA 2019 Nominees New Drama
A Discovery of Witches
Dancing On Ice
Britain’s Got Talent
The Voice UK
The X Factor
Strictly Come Dancing
Ant & Dec
The Jeremy Kyle Show
Good Morning Britain
Holly Willoughby is nominated as Best Presenter after her debut on I’m A Celebrity
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For more categories, have a look at the full list of NTA 2019 nominations.
When are the NTAs on TV?
The ceremony will take place on Tuesday, January 22 from 7.30pm and will be broadcast live on ITV.
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Who is hosting the NTAs?
Dermot O’Leary is hosting the event for the eighth year running. Previous presenters have included Trevor McDonald and Eamonn Holmes.
Dermot O’Leary is back to present the NTAs for 2019
Love Island 2018 winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham will be hosting backstage and will be covering the red carpet live as well as taking over the official social media pages for the night.
Will there be performances?
Westlife will be performing their first live TV performance in eight years with their brand new single, ‘Hello My Love’. The song went straight to the No.1 spot on iTunes and comes before the band embark on their UK and Ireland tour to mark their 20th anniversary.
Where are the NTAs taking place?
London’s O2 arena has been home to the awards ceremony for the past nine years and this year will remain the same.
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How can I vote in the NTAs?
You can vote for your favourites free online at www.nationaltvawards.com or by phone on 0905 647 2019. Calls cost 25p per minute, plus your network access charge, and should last no longer than seven minutes.
But hurry up and get voting, because votes must be in by 12 noon on Tuesday, January 22.
What does NTA stand for?
NTA stands for National Television Awards and is the only television ceremony in the UK where all the winners are chosen by the British public.
How to get tickets to the NTAs
Fancy going to see the NTAs yourself? Good news, tickets are available from Ticketmaster. You can buy tickets to The O2 show here, with prices starting from £43.50.