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She was riding high after a triumphant stint hosting backstage at the National Television Awards, as well as joining her former I’m A Celebrity co-stars to accept the award for Best Challenge Show.

But Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo was left red-faced on Tuesday night, as she took a hilarious tumble while leaving London’s O2 Arena after the biggest night in TV of the year.

The Made In Chelsea star, 23, broke out into fits of laughter after she tripped over her pink ruffled dress while strutting out of the venue, posting the funny blunder on Instagram.

Red-faced: I’m A Celebrity winner Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo suffered a hilarious fall as she exited the National Television Awards at London’s O2 Arena on Tuesday night

The reigning Queen of the Jungle captioned the post: ‘I’M CRYING WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME??????????!!!!!!!!!!!!’

Toff also shared a video on her Instagram story, showing the empty arena as she headed home, captioning the video: ‘Last one out.’

The reality star was in attendance to host the backstage proceedings, but the star also made a statement as she walked the red carpet.

The beauty donned a pretty pastel pink gown as she made her arrival for the awards event, amid reports that she was the only I’m A Celebrity star permitted to bring a plus one – and she opted to give the golden ticket to her mother, Nicola.

She’s out! Toff posted the video as she strutted out of the O2 arena to head home, tripping over her long pink ruffled dress

Hilarious: Toff broke out into fits of giggles as she tripped over her dress in the video

Funny: Toff captioned the video: ‘IM CRYING WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME?’

Giggles: Giddy Toff certainly appeared to enjoy her evening, after accepting the award for Best Challenge Show with her I’m A Celebrity co-stars

While the likes of Rebekah Vardy, Amir Khan, Vanessa White, Iain Lee and Shappi Khorsandi were seen making their way into the event without any guests in sight, the publication claims that Georgia was singled out for special privileges.

Even I’m A Celebrity hosts Anthony ‘Ant’ McPartlin and Declan ‘Dec’ Donnelly were seen arriving at the glittering gala together, without additional guests. 

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Georgia and the National Television Awards for comment.

Meanwhile, Georgia wowed as she arrived in her gown of choice, which came complete with statement ruffled skirt.

Stepping out in style: Toff stepped out in style for the NTA’s, held at London’s O2 Arena on Tuesday night

Plus one: Her outing came as The Sun reported that she was the sole I’m A Celebrity star allowed to bring a plus one to the event – opting to bring her mother Nicola along

Ruffled: Georgia – who hosted backstage proceedings at the event – wowed as she arrived in her gown of choice, which came complete with statement ruffled skirt

She slipped her slim frame into the stunning frock, which featured a dazzling sequin strapless bodice, before expanding into the striking tiered floor-length skirt.

Georgia swept her blonde locks into a soft half-up do, and opted for a glowing and bronzed make-up look and soft pink lip, as she posed effortlessly for cameras.

National Television Awards 2018 – Who were the winners? 

BRUCE FORSYTH ENTERTAINMENT AWARD 

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

Suranne Jones (Doctor Foster)

Danny Walters (Keanu Taylor, EastEnders)

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here

Lucy Fallon (Bethany Platt)

Paul O’Grady: For The Love Of Dogs 

While she exuded glamour in the frock however, the famously playful reality star appeared to struggle on the carpet – and was seen grappling with her assets with laughter, as a fellow guest adjusted her dress.

Returning host Dermot O’Leary fronted the National Television Awards that were broadcast live on ITV from London’s O2 Arena.

Georgia replaced Scarlett Moffatt as backstage host for 2018, after stealing her crown as queen of the jungle on I’m A Celebrity 2017.

The presenting gig helped launch Scarlett’s TV career in 2017, as she went onto front the revamped Streetmate dating show, as well as landing a gig on Saturday Night Takeaway. 

Meanwhile, Love Island stars Kem Cetinay and Chris Hughes hosted the glittering red carpet and entertained fans with an amusing video that aired out mid-show.

TV double act Ant & Dec were the superstars of the night, sweeping the board with three gongs. They took home the TV Presenter prize for a record-breaking 17th time, beating the likes of their good friends Holly Willoughby, Phillip Schofield and Bradley Walsh.

Having endured a turbulent year when it comes to his personal life, Ant reflected on his troubling time of late on accepting the honour, as he told the crowd and viewers at home: ‘Thank you, I’m shaking… It’s been quite a year, a tough 12 months, so winning this really means a lot, to my family and friends, some of who are here tonight, thanks very much, and to this man, I love you thank you.’

Dec added: ‘Possibly this year more than any other, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.’

The presenters enjoyed another successful win for I’m A Celebrity, that was honoured with the Challenge Show award, and Ant and Dec found themselves the winners of the first Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award with their show Saturday Night Takeaway. 

The showbiz veteran sadly passed away in August last year, aged 89, following a long illness and a battle with bronchial pneumonia. Sir Bruce is loved around the country for his 75-year TV career presenting shows including The Generation Game, Play Your Cards Right and Strictly. 

Making an adjustment: The reality star’s dress was adjusted as she posed outside the venue

All that glitters: Her stunning frock featured a dazzling sequin strapless bodice, before expanding into the striking tiered floor-length skirt

His legacy was honoured when Strictly Come Dancing returned to screens in September, with the show’s professional dancers performing a routine in tribute, before Bruce’s best moments from his time on the series were played.

Seal gave a touching performance of I’ve Got You Under My Skin ahead of the prize being awarded, while Bruce’s wife Wilnelia took to the stage to present the award.

Making the likes of Bruce’s old Strictly co-host, Tess Daly, well up, Wilnelia said: ‘I wish I wouldn’t have to be standing here this evening in front of you, but I’m so proud and honoured that this special award is named after my darling Bruce.

‘I know he would have loved it, showbusiness was his life, he would be saying to all of you it’s been nice to see you, to see you nice.’ 

Host: Georgia, who hosted backstage proceedings at the event, was seen chatting with Special Recognition winner Paul O’Grady

Co-star: She also took to the stage to present with her I’m A Celeb co-star Stanley Johnson

Winner: She returned to the stage to collect Challenge Show honours alongside I’m A Celeb co-hosts (L-R) Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly

Despite each losing out on the TV Presenter award, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield enjoyed success, as This Morning bagged the Daytime prize once again, beating the likes of The Chase, The Jeremy Kyle Show and Loose Women.

Thrilled with the gong, Phil gushed: ‘We love getting up very very early in the mornings even when it is cold and dark, so we can work on a show that we are so proud of and I can work with someone who I absolutely adore.’

Holly made sure to add: ‘I am lucky to work with not only one of my best friends and one of the best teams in the business… you are the best, we love you!’ 

Broad smile: Georgia flashed a huge smile as she walked behind Iain Lee at the glittering gala

Strike a pose: Backstage, she posed alongside her former fellow contestants, including Vanessa White, front left, and Rebekah Vardy, front right

Crowned: Georgia ended the year on a high note when she was crowed Queen of the Jungle

While Broadchurch triumphed in the Crime Drama category, Doctor Foster took home the award for Best Drama. 

Suranne Jones, who plays the role of Dr Gemma Foster, also came up trumps in the Drama Performance category for her role in the series. ‘What a night, we are so thrilled,’ she gushed.

Simon Cowell, meanwhile, found himself with two nods in the Talent Show category, with both Britain’s Got Talent and The X Factor nominated for the prize. They will battle it out against Strictly Come Dancing and The Voice UK – following its channel move to ITV from the BBC. 

Guest: Made In Chelsea’s Tiffany Watson was also among the well-heeled guests on the night

Oops! She appeared to be avoiding a wardrobe malfunction as she held a strap on her dress

Taking the plunge: She flashed plenty of flesh in her red gown, which featured a deeply plunging neckline and cut-outs on either side of her torso

She’s got it in the bag: Tiffany teamed her daring frock with a large glittering black clutch bag

But he found himself coming up short, as David Walliams beat him for the second year running in the TV Judge category, while Strictly Come Dancing took home the gong for Talent Show. 

‘The viewers mean so much to us, if we didn’t have you we wouldn’t have Strictly, this is for you,’ Tess Daly said on accepting the prize. 

Following her list of thanks, Tess added: ‘Last, but not least, I would like to dedicate this award to my friend and yours, the one and only Bruce Forsyth. Thank you for the memories.

Sir David Attenborough and veteran entertainment star Paul O’Grady were both honoured at the awards with special honours.

Outfits: Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams went for bold ensembles on their big night out

Hugging curves: Vogue caught the eye in a deeply plunging gown, which hugged her curves

Shiny: Spencer, meanwhile, went for a metallic patterned suit with a button-down black shirt

Sir David scooped up the Impact Award for his work on BBC series Blue Planet 2. Speaking of the show, he said: ‘It was my job, my privilege to provide the words for that series, you know and I know that what countered in that series is the pictures, the pictures were created by the camera men and women who dived into the ocean to get it, who spent three/four years in doing so.

‘They raise the issue that is of great importance not only in this country but worldwide. If our television programmes have helped stir the conscious of people around the world then all of us will be very pleased.’

Paul, meanwhile, was honoured with the Special Recognition award for his work with Battersea Cats & Dogs home on his series Paul O’Grady: For The Love Of Dogs. 

NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2018 – WHO WON WHAT?

BRUCE FORSYTH ENTERTAINMENT AWARD

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway – WINNER

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here – WINNER

David Tennant (Broadchurch)

Sheridan Smith (Moorside)

Suranne Jones (Doctor Foster) – WINNER

Peter Kay’s Car Share – WINNER

 Strictly Come Dancing – WINNER

Danny Walters (Keanu, EastEnders) – WINNER

Ned Porteous (Tom, Emmerdale)

Nathan Morris (Milo, Hollyoaks)

Rob Mallard (Daniel, Coronation Street)

 SERIAL DRAMA PERFORMANCE

Lucy Fallon (Bethany) – WINNER

 SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARD

Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs – WINNER

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