Lucy Fallon partied the night away at the British Soap Awards and the paps certainly got their money shot.
The 21-year-old looked like she had a fun night after hanging out at Manchester's Neighbourhood Bar with her soap pals.
She's had an emotional time on the cobbles of late, but she looked happier than ever getting into a taxi after her evening.
Climbing into the vehicle with her friends, she posed for the photographers and put her nose up against the window to make a funny face.
Oh, there's nothing like some good old-fashioned fun!
She then playfully hid her face from them, pretending she didn't want a photo taken.
She posed for the photographers and put her nose up against the window to make a funny face.
The star, who plays Bethany Platt in the soap, missed out on getting an award for her grooming storyline that has affected many people.
The award for best actress went to Charlotte Bellamy from Emmerdale.
Lucy didn't seem too disappointed though!
Emmerdale was the big winner at the awards ceremony, where many stars wore tributes to the victims of the Manchester terror attack.
The depiction of Ashley Thomas’s battle with dementia helped the ITV show score six gongs. As well as Charlotte's best actress accolade, the other awards included best soap, best storyline, best actor and best male dramatic performance for actor John Middleton, (who played Ashley), and best single episode.
The ceremony took place in Salford less than two weeks after a terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester devastated the city.
Host Phillip Schofield opened the show saying: "As an Oldham lad it is an honour to host the show in this wonderful city, whose spirit has inspired the world over the last two weeks."
Coronation Street star Catherine Tyldesley paid tribute to the victims with a clutch bag embossed with a Manchester bee and the words We Stand Together, while her co-star Christopher Harper wore a bee pin and Hollyoaks actor Jamie Lomas wore a pin reading Mancunian.
Other soap stars wore yellow ribbons on their evening wear in tribute to the 22 victims of the bombing at the Manchester Arena.