Love Island, Hollyoaks and Coronation Street stars glam up to party at Manchester awards bash | The Sun

REALITY stars and soap actors glammed up for a fancy awards bash to celebrate the city of Manchester.

Hosted by Jenny Powell and Scott Thomas, stars from Love Island, Hollyoaks and Coronation Street gathered for the 5th year of This is Manchester Awards.

Scott's brother Ryan Thomas and his fiance Lucy Mecklenburgh led the stars in attendance as he took a break from training for Dancing on Ice.

They were joined by Real Housewives' Christine McGuinness, Coronation Street's Brooke Vincent, Love Island's Mary Bedford and ex-Hollyoaks star Sarah Jayne Dunn.

Christinee looked stunning in a high-thigh split dress as she turned out to support her city.

Brooke has been on maternity leave from the ITV soap, but recently admitted she struggled in pregnancy after believing she "lost her identity" while expecting.



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She looked incredible as she turned out to the awards do in a striking white power dress.

The event took place at The Point at Lancashire Cricket Club on Thursday night and saw rising stars from the world of fashion, entertainment, sports, hospitality, technology, property, as well as those that have contributed to the development of the Greater Manchester community, awarded for their efforts.

A spokesman for This Is Manchester said: "Manchester is a city like no other that punches above its weight on the international scene. 

"A music and sports mecca the world over, capital for live events and a hotbed of creative talents. 

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"It’s safe to say that when it comes to ‘spirit and grit’ no one does it better than this big-hearted region."

Monies raised on the night were donated to the HideOut Youth Zone Manchester and the event was supported by headline sponsors The Kamani Club.

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