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Nominations announced for the 9th annual National Reality Television Awards 2019

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London, 31/7/19– Love Island, Dragon’s Den, Celebrity GoogleBox, Ibiza Weekend, First Dates, The Voice UK, BGT and XFactor are a few of the nominees announced today ahead of the 9th annual National Reality TV Awards taking place on the 30th of September 2019 at the Porchester Hall in London.

The National Reality Television Awards is the only awards ceremony worldwide to re-define the sub-genres that make up the whole industry of Reality TV with all categories nominated and voted for by television fans.

Over 5.3 million submissions were received for this year’s nominations. Each year all nominations for the NRTA are submitted via the official NRTA website by the public between the 8th of January till the 30th of July and the public decide winners of each category by voting on the official NRTA website for their favourite shows, celebrities or participants. This year (2019) the National Reality Television Awards has partnered with TV broadcast partner, VTV on Sky Showcase who will be broadcasting the event.

Luxury Fashion brand, Dechavel has been announced as Official Title Sponsors of the awards whilst self-tanning brand St. Moriz are Gold sponsors whilst Kiss Aesthetics are official Silver sponsors for the 9th year of the prestigious awards ceremony. VooVix will be the official TV streaming partner for the second year running. Exclusive highlights of the National Reality TV Awards 2019 will be streamed live on VooVix.com . The coverage supported by VTV on Sky Showcase will include live broadcast of backstage interviews with winners via Facebook Live.

The Best Television Presenter category sees a plethora of talent go head to head including; Zoe Ball (Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two) , Holly Willoughby (This Morning) . Caroline Flack (Love Island) , Stephen Mulhern (Catchphrase) , Mark Wright (The Bachelor UK), AJ Odudu (The Voice UK), Joel Dommett (I’m a Celebrity: Extra Camp), Evan Davis (Dragon’s Den), Gok Wan (Say Yes to the Dress) , Susanna Reid (Good Morning Britain), Mo Gilligan (The Lateish Show) are among the list of presenters competing for this category.

Previous NRTA Best TV Presenter winner Susanna Reid (Good Morning Britain) commented “I have always loved attending the National Reality TV Awards. It’s the only night in the year where you can have the most fun and celebrate the achievements of talent on screen and the hardworking producers and crew who work off screen to make shows for an audience of millions of viewers. We make a Television programme involving real people and it’s great to be celebrated within the mix of several different genres included within Reality TV”.

The National Reality TV Awards this year in association with the National Film Academy are also launching the Reality Television Foundation (RTF) to assist, manage, mentor and help reality talent appearing on some of the nation’s favourite shows to cope with their careers.

Naomi Wakeling, Events & PR Manager for the NRTA commented “It has been another amazing year for Reality TV. However, it is equally important that we as an industry offer long term support to thousands of participants of reality tv shows to ensure that they have the right advice, guidance and the correct tools in place to navigate within the industry. This year will be amazing and we have lots of exciting surprises in store”.

The 9th National Reality TV Awards 2019 takes place on the 30th of September 2019. Voting is live from the 31st of July 2019 until the 20th of September 2019 on www.nationalrealitytvawards.org/voting
Tickets are now on sale @ https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/9th-annual-national-reality-tv-awards-2019-tickets-66449850291

Here are a full list of nominees for the National Reality TV Awards 2019:

Best Docu-Series
Our Planet
Gogglebox
War on Plastic with Hugh and Anita
Supercar, Superfam
Chasing the Moon
Equator from the Air
Ghosts of the Deep: Ancient Shipwrecks
Inside the Ritz Hotel
The Shocking Truth about Food
Dynasties
Sunderland ‘Till I Die
Inside

Best Reality Non-Competition Show sponsored by Flexitol
Made in Chelsea
The Only Way is Essex
Embarrassing Pets
First Dates
Grand Designs
The Real Housewives of Cheshire
Billionaire Babies Spoilt Rotten
The Repair Shop
Ibiza Weekender
Bradley Walsh and Son: Breaking Dad

Best Reality Competition Show sponsored by What About This
Dancing on Ice
Strictly Come Dancing
Love Island
All Together Now
The Chase
The Circle
Hunted
The Greatest Dancer
Lego Masters
Race Across the World
The X Factor
Britain’s Got Talent
The Voice UK
You vs. Chris and Kem
Shipwrecked
The Heist

Best Entertainment Show sponsored by Roland Thiebault
Yianni: Supercar Customiser
The Ranganation
I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
Strictly Come Dancing
Judge Rinder
Ibiza Weekender
The Royal World
Trending Live!
Most Haunted
Absolutely Ascot
Russell Howard and Mum: Globetrotters
Celebrity Gogglebox
Love Island

Best International Show
The Profit
Terrace House: Opening New Doors
Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club
I Love You, America with Sarah Silverman
Shark Tank
Family Fued
Abandoned Engineering
The Challenge: War of the Worlds
Koh-Lanta: La Guerre des Chefs
The Bobby Brown Story
You vs. Wild
Project Runway

Best Food Show
Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip
The Great British Bake Off
Come Dine with Me
Saturday Kitchen
Liam Bakes
Jamie’s Quick and Easy Food
Beat the Chef
Great British Menu
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Mary Berry’s Quick Cooking

Best Female Personality sponsored by Vivir Tequila
Lucie Donlan (Love Island)
Amy Hart (Love Island)
Molly-Mae Hague (Love Island)
Sophie Habboo (Made in Chelsea)
Demi Sims (Towie)
Scarlett Moffatt (CelebAbility)
Chelsee Healey (Celebs Go Dating)
Sian Gabbidon (The Apprentice)
Isobel Mills (Ibiza Weekender)
Tanya Bardsley (Real Housewives of Chesire)
Amber Rose Gill (Love Island)
Maura Higgins (Love Island)

Best Male Personality sponsored by NeWatches
Curtis Pritchard (Love Island)
Theo Campbell (The Challenge)
Tommy Fury (Love Island)
Ovie Soko (Love Island)
Alex Marks (The Bachelor)
Pete Wicks (Celebs Go Dating)
Callum Izzard (Ibiza Weekender)
Mark-Francis Vandelli (Made in Chelsea)
Bobby Norris (Towie)
Jack Fowler (Celebs Go Dating)
Jordan Davies (Ibiza Weekender)

Best Performance sponsored by The Clinic Burton
Shellyann Evans (All Together Now)
Dalton Harris (The X Factor)
J-Sol (The X Factor)
Kojo Anim (Britain’s Got Talent)
Akshat Singh (Britain’s Got Talent)
Deana Walmsley (The Voice UK)
Ellie Fergusson (The Greatest Dancer)
Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev (Strictly Come Dancing)
Wes Nelson and Vanessa Bauer (Dancing on Ice)
James Jordan and Alexandra Schauman (Dancing on Ice)
Sam Wilkinson (Voice Kids)

Best Dating Show sponsored by Sisters & Seekers
Love Island
Take Me Out
Celebs Go Dating
The Bachelor UK
Naked Attraction
The Undateables
Flirty Dancing
First Dates
Dinner Dates
Love in the Countryside

Celebrity Personality of the Year
Susanna Reid (Good Morning Britain)
Miquita Oliver (club rep wars)
Paddy McGuiness (Take Me Out)
Caroline Flack (Love Island)
Kevin McCloud (Grand Designs)
Maya Jama (The Circle)
Anna Richardson (Naked Attraction)
Nick Grimshaw & Liv (Celebrity Goggle Box)
Chris Eubank Jr & Chris Eubank Sr (Celebrity Google Box)
Vick Hope (Strictly Come Dancing)

Best Business Show
Money for Nothing
The Apprentice
Dragons’ Den
Bargain Hunt
Shop Well for Less
My Million Pound Menu
Posh Hotels with Sally & Nigel
Grand Designs

Most Inspiring TV Show
Nadiya’s Family Favourites
Britain’s Youngest Football Boss
World’s Most Extraordinary Homes
24 Hours in A&E
Money for Nothing
Race Across the World
This Time Next Year
Ambulance
The Supervet: Noel Fitzpatrick
Growing up Gifted
Puppy School
Spencer, Vogue and Baby Too
Good Morning Britain

Best Reality TV Judge
Bruno Tonioli (Strictly Come Dancing)
Dame Darcey Bussell (Strictly Come Dancing)
Prue Leith (The Great British Bake Off)
Jessie J (The Voice Kids UK)
Oti Mabuse (The Greatest Dancer)
Danny Jones (The Voice Kids UK)
Will.i.am (The Voice Kids UK)
Val Garland (Glow Up)
Jennifer Hudson (The Voice UK)
Louis Tomlinson (The X Factor)
Touker Suleyman (Dragon’s Den)
Andi Oliver (Great British Menu)
Romesh Ranganathan (Judge Romesh)
Peter Jones (Dragon’s Den)

Best TV Presenter sponsored by Dechavel
Zoe Ball (Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two)
Holly Willoughby (This Morning)
Caroline Flack (Love Island)
Stephen Mulhern (Catchphrase)
Mark Wright (The Bachelor UK)
AJ Odudu (The Voice UK)
Joel Dommett (I’m a Celebrity: Extra Camp)
Evan Davis (Dragon’s Den)
Gok Wan (Say Yes to the Dress)
Susanna Reid (Good Morning Britain)
Mo Gilligan (The Lateish Show)

Best TV Chef
Gordon Ramsay
Gino D’Acampo
Hairy Bikers
Jamie Oliver
Nadiya Hussain
Irini Tzortzoglou
Lisa Faulkner

Reality Personality of the Year sponsored by St Moritz
Amber Rose Gill (Love Island)
Fred Sirieix (First Dates)
Seema Malhotra (Real Housewives of Cheshire)
CiCi Coleman (First Dates)
Alex Mytton (Made in Chelsea)
Georgia Kousoulou (TOWIE)
Amelia Mist (Made in Chelsea)
Jon Clark (TOWIE)
Ovie Soko (Love Island)

Best Game Show
The Crystal Maze
The Family Brain Games
Pointless
Blockbusters
Taskmaster
CelebAbility
Child Genius
Your Face or Mine?
Don’t Hate the Playaz

Best Talk Show sponsored by Kiss Aesthetics
Good Morning Britain
Loose Women
This Morning
The Last Leg
The One Show
The Big Narstie Show
The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan

Best Social Experiment Show
The Circle
When I Grow Up
Just Another Immigrant
Planet Child
Love Island
Celebs on the Ranch
SAS: Who Dares Wins
Naked Beach
Refreshers Week
Alone at Home
Shipwrecked

Best Production Company sponsored by Kiss Aesthetics
Elephant House Studios
Lime Pictures
Studio Lambert
Twofour
Twenty Twenty
Wall to Wall Media
Endemol Shine UK
Monkey
Fremantle Media
GroupM Entertainment

Best Fashion & Makeup Show sponsored by Kiss Aesthetics
Glow Up
Just Tattoo of Us
100% Hotter
The Great British Sewing Bee
Tattoo Fixers
Say Yes to the Dress UK

Voting is live from the 31st of July 2019 @ www.nationalrealitytvawards.org/voting
Winners will be announced on the 30th of September 2019

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About the National Reality TV Awards:
National Reality TV Awards UK , National Reality TV Awards USA and the brand Reality TV Awards is owned and produced annually by the National Reality Television Academy and IEG Global. The National Reality Television Academy was formed in June 2003 to provide support, guidance and representation to aspiring and established filmmakers, talent, and independent production companies within the Reality Television industry in Europe, USA, North America, South America and Africa. The Academy launched the first global National Reality Television Awards at the O2 in 2011 as the only global TV awards ceremony with all nominees and winners decided by reality television fans worldwide. The NRTA (National Reality TV Awards) is held annually in the United Kingdom and USA and syndicated to over 22 countries worldwide. The National Reality TV Academy has also re-defined and re-structured how Reality TV is perceived worldwide by introducing definitions of the different genres that make up this genre. The awards show acts as a vehicle to celebrate the achievements of the Pre/Post -Production staff and the shows plus talent that have made Reality TV the most watched genre by millions worldwide.

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