NTAs 2021: Can I still vote and when are the National Television Awards on TV?

THE National Television Awards are back on September 9 after an 18-month hiatus to celebrate the stars of the small screen.

The big event is being broadcast live from the O2 Arena in London from 7.30pm on ITV and will be hosted by comedian Joel Dommett.

Can I still vote for the National Television Awards 2021?

Voting has now closed on both the NTA website and over the phones.

The vote closed at noon on Thursday, 9 September – seven hours before the broadcast begins.

There are 14 award categories and the winners are fully decided by public votes.

The awards up for grabs range from best Challenge TV Show and best New Drama, to best Presenter and best Serial Drama Performance, so there's a wide range of gongs up for grabs.

There's already been some controversy surrounding the nominees, with Phillip Schofield snubbed for best presenter but Piers Morgan shortlisted despite his outburst on Good Morning Britain in March 2021.

Meanwhile, Ant and Dec are making history after being nominated for the 20th year in a row.

When are the NTAs on TV?

The show will return to ITV live from the O2 Arena in London.

You can watch them taking place from 7.30pm to 10pm on September 9, 2021.

Comedian, actor and Masked Singer presenter Joel Dommett will be making his hosting debut this year, following in the footsteps of the likes of David Walliams and Dermot O'Leary.

Although it's too late to vote for your favourites, there are still a few last minute tickets available if you'd like to attend the event live.

Tickets are available through axs.com, with prices starting at £23.50.

Super-fans of the event can even splash out on The Five Star Experience, which will see them nab premium seats, a trip to the red carpet and a backstage tour.

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