Britain's Got Talent champion George Sampson celebrates winning favourite reality contestant at the first ever Digital Spy reality TV awards. Jade Goody won a posthumous ultimate reality TV star gong.
Davina McCall won best host for Big Brother and also received a legend award. Other winners included Rachel Stevens from Strictly Come Dancing. She was voted sexiest female.
Winner of last year's The Apprentice, Lee McQueen, wears a fetching brown suit with the winner of the most memorable exit category, Laura White from The X Factor. She was voted out in week five.
Rex Newmark clutches his award from the love to hate category. The chef finished fourth on Big Brother nine but got the most nominations out of any of last year's contestants. He was voted for 29 times.
Zoe Salmon, who finished fifth in this year's Dancing On Ice, helps Joe Swash celebrate winning favourite celebrity contestant. He won the latest series of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
Donal MacIntyre shows off his cuts and bruises from the latest series of Dancing On Ice. The investigative reporter finished in second place, behind winner Ray Quinn. The skaters are now on a UK tour.
Raef Bjayou from last year's series of The Apprentice turned up in a blue, striped suit and a pink scarf. Another winner included American Idol, which was voted best international reality series.
Michelle Dewbury, winner of The Apprentice series two in 2006, wore a low-cut, black, all-in-one trouser suit. The best moment award went to Alexandra Burke and Beyoncé for their duet on The X Factor.
Nicola McLean from last year's I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! presented Dale Howard from Big Brother nine with the award for sexiest male. Cheryl Cole from The X Factor won best judge.
Mille Clode, presenter on Sky Sports News and Chris Tarrant's The Colour Of Money, turned up in a pink number. The first Digital Spy reality TV awards were hosted by Claudia Winkleman.