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EastEnders wins Digital Spy prize
Jo Joyner and Max Branning in EastEnders
Jo Joyner (left) won best actress, one of seven prizes for EastEnders
EastEnders has been named best soap at the Digital Spy Soap Awards, in which all of the prizes were voted for by users of the Digital Spy website.

James Sutton took the accolade for best actor as John Paul McQueen in Hollyoaks while Jo Joyner, who plays EastEnders' Tanya Branning, was top actress.

EastEnders won seven of the 14 categories, including best single episode, for Phil and Stella's wedding.

One of the five awards for Hollyoaks was for storyline of the year.

This was in recognition of episodes featuring an affair between John Paul and Craig.

The only prize landed by Coronation Street was best villain of the past 12 months, recognising Jack P Shepherd's portrayal of David Platt.

And the list was completed by The Bill, named best serial drama.

Here are the winners in full:

Best soap - EastEnders

Best actor - James Sutton (Hollyoaks)

Best actress - Jo Joyner (EastEnders)

Best single episode - Phil and Stella's wedding (EastEnders)

Best storyline - John Paul and Craig's affair (Hollyoaks)

Best serial drama - The Bill

Best on-screen partnership - Samantha Janus and Rita Simons (EastEnders)

Best villain - Jack P Shepherd (Coronation Street)

Best newcomer - Rita Simons as Roxy (EastEnders)

Best child actor - Ellis Hollins as Tom (Hollyoaks)

Sexiest male - Scott Maslen as Jack (EastEnders)

Sexiest female - Roxanne McKee as Louise (Hollyoaks)

Best exit - Gemma Bissix as Clare (Hollyoaks)

Best pet - Wellard (EastEnders)

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