Kylie Minogue and Emma Willis for personality award
This article is from 2014.
'The Voice' stars Kylie Minogue and Emma Willis have both been nominated for the Freesat Broadcast Personality of the Year award.
The Voice's Kylie Minogue and Emma Willis will go head to head for the Freesat Broadcast Personality of the Year award.
The 'Into the Blue' singer has been nominated for her role as a judge on the BBC One talent show while Emma is in the running for her presenting skills and they will both be up against stiff competition as fellow Saturday night television stars Ant & Dec have also been nominated.
'This Morning' duo Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, comedian Paul O'Grady, Mary Berry, Clare Balding, Susanna Reid and Jonny Mitchell complete the nominees for the personality award.
Meanwhile, 'Sherlock' has been nominated for the Best of British award and for Best TV Drama while 'Celebrity Big Brother' is up against 'This Morning' and the Winter Olympics coverage for the Best Live TV Programme.
The Freesat Broadcast awards will also include prizes for Best British TV Soap, Best Children's TV Programme or Series and Best News Channel and 'Downton Abbey', 'Gogglebox' and 'Line of Duty' are also up for awards at the ceremony which will take place on June 17.
Freesat, the subscription free TV service, is asking TV viewers to vote on the Best British TV Soap and the Freesat Broadcast Personality of the Year for the annual awards. Audiences cast their vote at www.freesat.co.uk/awards.