Romesh Ranganathan tells Bradley Walsh ‘shut up’ as presenter heckles BAFTA win

Bradley Walsh had his fans doubled-over with laughter as he threw a ‘tantrum’ on live TV after losing out on winning a gong.

The 61-year-old TV star, who was up for Entertainment Performance, failed to win an award as comedian Romesh Ranganathan’s show The Ranganation took the crown.

In the crowd, a seething Bradley could be heard jokingly saying: “I can’t believe it,” as the comedian went up to collect his BAFTA.

The Chase star Bradley then loudly wolf-whistled to praise his fellow showbiz friend, before sarcastically heckling from his seat in the limited crowd.

Romesh, who was proud as punch, said: “Wow thank you so much. I really didn’t expect to win, well there was a good chance…

Tonight’s ceremony saw some of the biggest actors bag awards as the show made a return.

There were two major wins for Michaela Coel, who won the awards for Lead Actress and Mini-Series for her BBC drama I May Destroy You.

Elsewhere, Irish actor Paul Mescal won Lead Actor for his role in Normal People, while Malachi Kirby bagged the Supporting Actor gong for his role in Small Axe.

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