It's a Devil Wears Prada reunion! Emily Blunt and Stanley Tucci have presented the Best Adapted Screenplay to... Lion!
Luke Davies is collecting his BAFTA, pipping Arrival, Hacksaw Ridge, Hidden Figures and Nocturnal Animals to the post
The EE Rising Star Award, which is the only BAFTA to be voted for by the public, was presented by Viola Davis. And the winner is... Tom Holland!
Speaking at the winners' press conference, 20-year-old Tom, who is best known for playing Spider-Man, said: "You know it’s a dream come true. Since I was a kid I’ve always wanted to be Spider-Man. The thing for me that I love so much about being Spider-Man is being able to collaborate with Sony and Marvel and find a very new fresh, way of bringing such a loved character back to the screen. It’s been so fun! My legs are in bit from Spider poses after Spider poses after Spider poses. I’ll be sitting down for the rest of the evening."
Of his bright blue BAFTA, the rising star said: "It’s the coolest colour! It’s amazing, this is such an honour and I’m so grateful and so glad to be here."
Tom also revealed that he voted for Loving star Ruth Negga.
Director Ken Loach took to the stage and said: "Thank you to the Academy for recognising the message of what the film says, that the most vulnerable people are treated by this government with a callous brutality that is disgraceful. It's a brutality that extends to keeping out refugee children that we promised to help, and that's a disgrace too."
Lion co-stars Nicole Kidman and Dev Patel have presented the first BAFTA of the night, Outstanding British Film to... I, Daniel Blake
Wow! We weren't expecting that! Stephen Fry has just received a kiss from Hollywood star Meryl Streep!
Stephen Fry jokes that Prince William is still getting over the Who Do You Think You Are? revelation that he's related to Danny Dyer...
Missed the story? Danny claims he's related to not one but TWO Kings of England!
The audience have just been treated to an INCREDIBLE acrobatics performance, and Stephen Fry has taken to the stage... Let the 2017 BAFTAs begin!
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Here's a reminder of the nominees in case you missed them!
Ever wondered what the stars eat at the BAFTAs?
Check out their menu here!
We've got another quiz for you! How well do you recognise these red-carpet looks from past BAFTA ceremonies?
This year's rising star award has just been announced! Find out who won here...
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We've got the LIVE updates of the winners here... if you can't wait until the ceremony airs on BBC One at 9pm!
Prince William and Kate were given a very warm welcome at the ceremony - everyone was upstanding to greet the Duke and Duchess:
More details on the Duchess' gown here - click the photo:
It's almost showtime!!
Hollywood veteran Meryl Streep is looking very elegant tonight! She's up against Emma Stone in the Best Actress in a Leading Role category, alongside Amy Adams, Emily Blunt and Natalie Portman
And the lovely Emma Stone...
And have a look back at Kate's most stunning evening dresses here - click on the photo: