How to vote in the National Television Awards 2019 – what's the deadline and how can I get tickets for the O2 ceremony?

Here's all you need to know about how to vote and get tickets to the ceremony…

How can I vote for the National Television Awards?

Voting for the National Television Awards is now open!

To place your vote visit the official NTA website.

You can vote for as many categories as you want but you can only vote once for each – see our guide for a full list of nominees. 

The deadline for voting is Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at noon.

How can I get tickets for the National Television Awards?

Tickets are available via the National Television Awards website where a range of packages are available.

Standard tickets begin at £23.50 plus booking fees.

The Premium Star Treatment package is £275.00 plus booking fee and includes a champagne reception and advance access.

The Red Carpet and Five Star Treatment packages are now sold out.

When are the National Television Awards and where are they held?

The 24th National Television Awards will take place on January 22, 2018.

The event will once again be hosted at The O2 Arena in London.

As well as awards being dished out to the best talent in TV, the ceremony also includes performances from A-list musicians.

Who is hosting the National Television Awards?

Having hosted the ceremony since 2010, Dermot O'Leary will once again return to host the National Television Awards.

Dermot took over from previous host Sir Trevor McDonald who had hosted the ceremony between 1996 and 2008.

The first ever National Television Awards took place in 1995 and was hosted by Eamonn Holmes.


What is the Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award?

Legendary entertainer Sir Bruce Forsyth has had an award named after him in tribute to his 75-year career in showbiz.

Similar to the former Entertainment Show category, the Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award celebrates the best in British primetime telly.

Sir Bruce Forsyth's widow Lady Forsyth has spoken out about the award and said: "My darling Bruce would have been both humbled and delighted to have a National Television Entertainment Award named in his honour.

"Entertainment was his life. The National Television Awards always had a special place in his heart because they're the people's awards, voted by viewers.

"The children and I are thrilled his flame will still burn brightly with this new award celebrating the stars of today and tomorrow."

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