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19:32 | 21st October 2017

Entertainment News: News

Thu 6 May, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Main Rivals Eastenders and Coronation St are nominated for eight, whilst daytime drama Doctors up for six and teen hit Hollyoaks up for five

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The Dales are alive with the sound of awards as Emmerdale celebrates being nominated in all nine catoegories at the British Soap Awards, much thanks to the recent gay storyline.

The Yorkshire soap has been nominated for every category at this years events and the moment which had the Nation gripped as badboy Aaron Livesy came to terms with his sexuality and came out, is up for Best Single Episode.

Danny Miller, who plays Aaron, has been praised for his performance and is now up for Best Dramatic Performance and the entire journey is up for Best Storyline.

Main Rivals Eastenders and Coronation St are nominated for eight, whilst daytime drama Doctors up for six and teen hit Hollyoaks up for five.



Going against Aaron’s sexuality storyline is EastEnders favourite Lacey Turner for her interpretation of Bipola suffering Stacey Slater as the most Dramatic Performance and the Who Dunnit’ Archie story up for Best Storyline.

The 12th annual ceremony this Saturday will be on ITV1 on May 19.

To vote and see the nominations in full visit:

http://www.britishsoapawards.tv/


 

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