10:21 27 January 2011
Ant and Dec have been named best entertainment presenters at the National Television Awards for the 10th year running.
The TV duo were unable to attend the ceremony, but thanked viewers through a live video link up.
McPartlin and Donnelly, who are currently filming the audition stages for ITV1's Britain's Got Talent, said they were delighted about winning the prize again.
Simon Cowell accepted the award on their behalf and commented that it was "well deserved".
Bruce Forsyth was presented with a special recognition award, while Eastenders bagged the best serial drama accolade.
Forsyth joked: "This would be a good night to announce my retirement but I'm not bloody going to."
Touch of Frost star Sir David Jason picked up the award for most outstanding performance and BBC's Top Gear won the award for Best Factual show.
Luis Urzua, one of the miners saved from the pit disaster in Chile, received a standing ovation as he presented the award for most popular drama, which went to Waterloo Road.
The awards were screened live on ITV1, with the winners voted for online by the public.
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