Tina, who plays Sarah Platt, wowed in a stunning nude strapless dress which featured a ruffled skirt and a daring thigh high split.
The actress, 40, oozed confidence as she flashed her toned legs in the gown, which she teamed with gold platforms and delicate gold jewellery.
Meanwhile, Jane, who plays Leanne Battersby, looked lovely in a colourful, strapless midi dress.
The street veteran boosted her height with nude court shoes and cinched in her waist with a gold belt.
Looking good! Coronation Street ‘s Tina O’Brien (pictured) , Jane Danson and Charlotte Jordan dressed to impressed as they led the cast attending the National Television Awards on Tuesday night
Gorgeous: Jane (left), who plays Leanne Battersby, looked lovely in a colourful, strapless midi dress, while Charlotte, who portrays Daisy Midgeley, turned up the heat as she rocked a semi-sheer floral gown
Elsewhere, Charlotte, who portrays Daisy Midgeley, turned up the heat as she rocked a semi-sheer floral gown on the carpet.
The actress showed off her nude bodysuit and toned pins beneath a sheer material adorned with sparkly red flowers.
Meanwhile, Julia Goulding was sure to turn heads in a dramatic black gown.
While Harriet Bibby stunned in a fitted red ruched gown with a floral detail.
And Elle Mulvaney cut a sophisticated figure in a black fitted number.
Meanwhile, it was a night of what ifs for Alison Hammond and flagship show This Morning, but it was business as usual for Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly as the National Television Awards got underway on Tuesday evening.
Beneath the lights of London’s O2 Arena, it was Ant and Dec who claimed their 22nd NTA at the annual ceremony following a successful return to the Australian jungle with ITV1 juggernaut I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
The pair claimed the award ahead of the much fancied Hammond, notably selected ahead of her This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby in the category for Best Presenter.
Dressed to impress: Tina, who plays Sarah Platt, wowed in a stunning nude strapless dress which featured a ruffled skirt and a daring thigh high split
Dressed up: The street veteran boosted her height with nude court shoes and cinched in her waist with a gold belt
Racy: The actress showed off her nude bodysuit and toned pins beneath a sheer material adorned with sparkly red flowers
Stunning: Meanwhile, Julia Goulding was sure to turn heads in a dramatic black gown
Lady in red: While Harriet Bibby stunned in a fitted red ruched gown with a floral detail
Flawless: Elle Mulvaney cut a sophisticated figure in a black fitted number
Meanwhile This Morning lost its best daytime show title at the as The Repair Shop claimed the prize.
It comes as the ITV morning programme, which has been on a winning streak in the daytime category for the last number of years, continues to face backlash amid the furore of the Phillip Schofield affair.
The Repair Shop host Jay Blades encouraged the crowd to cheer as the show’s team took to the stage at The O2 and took a picture of the moment as he noted it was a “rarity” for them to be winning the prize.
Ant and Dec – who were also competing with Martin Lewis, Claudia Winkleman and Bradley Walsh for Best Presenter – admitted they were “more nervous than ever” before going into the event on Tuesday evening, but were just as “humbled and grateful” to receive the honour as they had ever been.
Ant said: ‘Thank you so much to the NTAs we’ve got quite a long list of thank yous, all of the shows and the people we work with, we are the luckiest two men on telly because we’ve got the best production teams and the best people to work with, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.’
His presenting partner Declan Donnelly added: ‘Thank you to ITV, to Kevin and Katie and all the team at ITV for your continued support. Thank you to our fantastic management team for your support, thank you gang, you’re up in the box somewhere.
‘Thank you to our lovely wives, our beautiful children. I can’t believe that we are still getting away with this…’
Unexpected: The Repair Shop beat This Morning to Best Daytime at the National Television Awards on Tuesday evening
Mixed emotions: It was a night of what ifs for Alison Hammond , but it was business as usual for Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly as the event got underway
All smiles: But Hammond missed out on her first major award at the NTAs on Tuesday night
Elsewhere, Danielle Harold cried as she picked up the Serial Drama Performance prize for her former role in EastEnders.
The actress appeared genuinely stunned as she made her way onto the stage after her portrayal of brain tumour victim Lola Pearce-Brown’s final days saw her scoop the accolade ahead of Emmerdale’s Dominic Brunt and Coronation Street stars Charlotte Jordan and Maureen Lipman.
Earlier in the evening, the TV Interview honour went to The Graham Norton Show but unlike category rivals Louis Theroux, Piers Morgan and Chris and Rosie Ramsay, the host wasn’t at the ceremony to be able to accept the accolade in person
Admission: Ant and Dec – who were also competing with Martin Lewis , Claudia Winkleman and Bradley Walsh for Best Presenter – admitted they were “more nervous than ever” before going into the event on Tuesday evening
Delighted: Bobby Brazier got a kiss from Danielle Harold after winning the Rising Star award
Triumph: EastEnders rounded off the night by winning the award for Best Serial Drama
Thank you: Gillian Taylforth addressed the audience after collecting the gong
All mine: Former EastEnders star Danielle Harold with the award for Serial Drama Performance
Unreal: The actress broke down as she gave her speech during Tuesday evening’s ceremony
The Traitors won the Reality Competition prize, while the third season of ‘Happy Valley’ landed the Returning Drama honour.
The evening’s first award, the Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award, was presented to Gogglebox.
Happy Valley also triumphed on the night, with the show winning in the category for Returning Drama, while actress Sarah Lancashire claimed the award for best Drama Performance.
The actress saw off tough competition from her co-star James Norton, Queen Charlotte’s India Amarteifio, Vera’s Brenda Blethyn and Call The Midwife’s Judy Parfitt to claim the prize.
Elsewhere This Is England actress Vicky McClure said that she was “shaking” during the Our Dementia Choir performance at the annual event.
McClure, 40, who is the founder of the choir, spoke live at the NTA’s and said: ‘I am shaking through pride that I am feeling right now to witness Our Dementia Choir playing at the O2.”
She added: ‘Our mission is to share knowledge, raise awareness and aid research to help find a cure, but also to remind everyone that with the right hearts and minds you really can change people’s lives for the better.’
Joel Dommett kicked off proceedings on Tuesday, telling the audience: ‘My wife is actually nine months pregnant, she is due basically now.’
He joked that if his partner, Hannah Cooper, goes into labour, Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly are on stand by to take her to the hospital.
Gogglebox took home the first award of the night, The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award.
The reality TV series beat The Masked Singer and Ant and Dec, who were nominated for two of their shows, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! and Saturday Night Takeaway.