Ant and Dec swept the board at the National Television Awards, picking up 3 awards.
The pair arrived just in the nick of time to accept the Best Challenge Show award for I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!
Joining the cast of 2017 onstage the jubilant pair thanked everyone for voting.
Ant McPartlin, who made his first public appearance since he revealed he is splitting from his wife, said:
Declan Donnelly said:
Stars also paid tribute to the late all-round entertainer Sir Bruce Forsyth at what was the first National Television Awards since his death.
The awards remembered the former presenter, singer, dancer and gameshow host as Ant and Dec took home the first prize in his memory for their Saturday Night Takeaway show.
Presenting the award, Sir Bruce's widow Lady Wilnelia Forsyth said she was "proud and honoured that this special award is named after my darling Bruce".
She added: "I know he would have loved it because show business was his life."
Ant and Dec were back on stage to pick up the TV presenter award, a triumph for the Geordie duo in that category for the 17th year running.
McPartlin, who admitted he was shaking, said:
He recently announced his divorce from wife Lisa after 11 years, following months of speculation about their relationship.
Earlier in January, he said he was "very sad" to confirm the news, which came months after a stint in rehab for a two-year addiction to super-strength painkillers following a knee operation in 2015.
Addressing Donnelly at the ceremony, McPartlin said:
Ant McPartlin said he needed a lie down after he and presenting partner Declan Donnelly won three awards at the National Television Awards.
In the winners' room, McPartlin said: