Starry Night For BAFTAs

Hollywood and British stars turn out in force for the British Oscars

by Willow Green |
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The cream of both the American and British film markets have turned out in force for this year's British Oscars - or as they're more formally known, the Orange British Academy Film Awards. A host of familiar faces tripped down the red carpet to the Odeon Leicester Square, including Michael Caine, Ralph Fiennes and Elle McPherson. The most popular with the crowd award went to Kevin Spacey who spent a good ten minutes pressing flesh, signing autographs and generally milking the crowd for all it was worth. But the biggest cheer of the evening went to the home grown star that is Hugh Grant, who arrived - much to the disappointment of the massed ranks of paparazzi - sans Liz. The first few awards have already been given out including best supporting actor to Jude Law. Law thanked Anthony Minghella not only for choosing him for the part but for also making him act so well. We'll keep you posted as the rest of the big ones come in.

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