News: British Comedy Awards Xmas Singalong

In case you have missed them so far, here are the results of last night's British Comedy Awards. And if you do already know them you might enjoy the video of a seasonal sing-song featuring Greg Davies, Chris O'Dowd, Alan Carr and chums below. Chat show supremos Alan Carr and Graham Norton shared the spoils with Best New Comedy Entertainment Programme won by Graham Norton, while Alan Carr won Best Comedy Entertainment Personality, an accolade which comes hot on the heels of the Channel 4 show’s BAFTA  win earlier this year.

Lee Mack celebrated a double win, taking home Best Male TV Comic for the second year running and seeing BBC One’s Would I Lie To You, which he co-hosts with David Mitchell, win Best Comedy Panel Show. Meanwhile, Nina Conti won her first British Comedy Award, taking home Best Female TV Comic for her performance on Live At The Apollo.

The Last Leg’s host Adam Hills won Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist while BBC Four’s Getting On, won Best Sitcom.

Paul Whitehouse also had a good night - not only awarded The Writer’s Guild of Great Britain Award but he and long-time collaborator Harry Enfield once again took home the prize for Best Sketch Show for Harry & Paul (an award they last won in 2009).

As previously announced, Will Ferrell was honoured with the British Comedy International Award as Steve Coogan for the Outstanding Achievement award. Here are the results in full.

Best Comedy Panel Show:Would I Lie To You

Best Comedy Entertainment Programme: The Graham Norton Show

Best Sketch Show: Harry & Paul

Best Sitcom: Getting On

Best New Comedy Programme: Plebs

Best Male TV Comic: Lee Mack, Would I Lie To You

Best Female TV Comic: Nina Conti, Live At The Apollo

Best Comedy Entertainment Personality: Alan Carr, Alan Carr Chatty Man

Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist: Adam Hills, The Last Leg

Best TV Comedy Actor: Jack Whitehall, Fresh Meat

Best TV Comedy Actress: Mirnda Hart, Miranda, BBC

International Achievement: Will Ferrell

Outstanding Achievement: Steve Coogan

The Writer's Guild of Great Britain Award: Paul Whitehouse

The 2013 King of Comedy - Jack Whitehall

Watch Greg Davies, Chris O'Dowd & Alan Carr Sing The Twelve Days of Christmas

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