The British actresses were two of the six honorees at the annual Britannia Awards on Thursday night.
Emma Watson and Dame Judi Dench were among the British movie stars to be honoured at the Britannia Awards. The annual ceremony was hosted by BAFTA at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles on Thursday evening.
Dame Judi was given the Albert ‘Cubby’ Broccoli Award for Worldwide Contribution to Entertainment, a gong named after the legendary James Bond movie producer. Presented with her award by Dustin Hoffman, she said: "I'm rather overwhelmed by [the award], because I didn't ever expect to have a film career at all.”
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Who cares which movies and shows won the Golden Globes? All the star-studded audience were concerned about was which after-parties they'd be hitting first, who'd be offering the best champagne and canapés, and where their best buddies were heading. Heaven forbid that Eva Longoria, Jessica Alba, Miranda Kerr and Kelly Obsourne would get it wrong and head to the WRONG party. The party that boasted only a handful of photographers camped outside, the party that Bradley Cooper wasn't at, the party didn't have the best goodie bag. You can bet your bottom dollar that the aforementioned stars had their publicists working overtime to work out a perfect after-party schedule.
So who had the best bashes in Beverly Hills on Sunday evening?
Warner Bros and InStyle After-Party @ The Beverly Hilton
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