The TV BAFTAs paid tribute to Caroline Flack during Friday's (31.07.20) virtual ceremony.
The 'Love Island' presenter took her own life in February at the age of 40 and she was remembered during a special In Memoriam segment at the ceremony, which was hosted by Richard Ayoade.
Dame Vera Lynn, Gary Rhodes and Honor Blackman were also honoured during the tribute.
'Love Island' was nominated for Entertainment Craft Team, with Iain Stirling named alongside Mark Busk-Cowley, Steve Kruger and James Tinsley and he previously announced he was dedicating the nomination to her.
He said: "Delighted for everyone involved in the show that we're up for another BAFTA. On a personal note, to be named here and considered one of the team when all I do is talk into a microphone for a few hours has touched me more than anyone will ever know. Well done Love Island! Caroline - this one's for you x [sic]'.
Meanwhile, 'Chernobyl', picked up two gongs, Leading Actor for Jared Harris and Best Mini-Series.
Glenda Jackson took home the Leading Actress award for her work on 'Elizabeth Is Missing', whilst Naomi Ackie and Will Sharpe were given the Supporting Actress and Actor trophies.
'The End of the F***ing World' was crowned Best Drama Series, 'Emmerdale' was named the Best Soap and Continuing Drama, and 'Strictly Come Dancing' bagged Best Entertainment Programme.
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