Ruth Jones and her co-stars took to the stage at last night's National Television Awards to pick up an award for the Gavin and Stacey Christmas Special.
Ruth Jones slipped into her Gavin & Stacey character 'Nessa' as she collected the award from Sir Tom Jones and Olly Murs.
Jones accepted the gong in character as Vanessa Shanessa Jenkins, delivering a twist on her character's famous catchphrase.
"Oh, Olly - what's o'Mur-in?" she joked.
She turned to Sir Tom, saying: "I don't know what you're laughing at Tom. You never write, you never phones..."
Turning to the audience, she recalled: "There's still a lot of electricity between me and Sir Tom, and don't you knows it."
During the original series, Nessa regularly recalled her sexual liaisons with celebrities such as Nigel Havers, John Prescott and members of Welsh comedy hip hop group Goldie Lookin Chain.
Co-creator James Corden tweeted his thanks after the show won the award.
He wrote from Los Angeles where he films his US talk show: "I'm so sorry I couldn't be there tonight. I have a show today and tomorrow.
"But I am so proud to see the whole cast up there holding this award."
Fans were left disappointed however after expecting an announcement about a new series following the win.