Bradley Cooper named best actor at Elle Style Awards

 

Hollywood star Bradley Cooper landed the best actor prize at the Elle Style Awards - after missing out on a Bafta the previous evening.

The Silver Linings Playbook main man collected the title at the Savoy Hotel in London last night as the magazine staged its annual prize bash.

Other well-known names honoured at the ceremony included Stella McCartney who took the best international designer prize.

Emeli Sande, whose album Our Version Of Events was last year's UK biggest seller on the back of her Olympic ceremony performances, was named best music act, but was unable to attend the event.

Kick-Ass and Hugo actress Chloe Moretz, who celebrated her 16th birthday on Sunday, was named the next future icon, while hit US series Game Of Thrones was named best TV show.

Cooper - whose movie roles have included The Hangover and Wedding Crashers - missed out on the best actor prize at the Bafta film awards to Daniel Day-Lewis for his lead role in Lincoln.

The event - officially called the Elle Style Awards 2013 in association with Next - were hosted by Radio 1 breakfast show host Nick Grimshaw.

Kate Hudson revealed she is getting ready to take a break to spend some time with her family.

The Reluctant Fundamentalist actress, who looked stunning in a floor-length orange gown by Stella McCartney, admitted she would be missing London Fashion Week as she is flying home to the US.

She said: "We've been working so much and travelling that we want to spend as much time with the kids as possible."

She might even find time to plan her wedding to Muse rocker Matt Bellamy.

Hudson said: "Eventually we will get married. I don't know what, when, where or how. We've got a 19-month-old baby, a nine-year-old son, he's touring, I'm working..."

Other stars at the Elle Style Awards included a heavily pregnant Peaches Geldof, former Bond girl Rosamund Pike, Bafta winner Juno Temple, Laura Carmichael from Downton Abbey and Elizabeth Olsen.

The stars enjoyed a performance by Les Miserables star Samantha Barks and sipped champagne and Cointreau cocktails.

Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw hosted the awards.

He defended the drop in ratings since he took over the breakfast show from Chris Moyles.

He said: "I thought they were good, my bosses were really happy.

"We lost like 40,000 and like 250,000 new young people tuned in and my remit was to get kids listening, and that's what's happened. So as long as my bosses are happy and I'm not going to get fired then that's alright."

Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw hosted the awards and defended the drop in ratings since he took over the breakfast show from Chris Moyles.

He said: "I thought they were good, my bosses were really happy.

"We lost like 40,000 and like 250,000 new young people tuned in and my remit was to get kids listening, and that's what's happened. So as long as my bosses are happy and I'm not going to get fired then that's all right."

The main winners were:

Best Actor: Bradley Cooper

Best TV Show: Game Of Thrones

Breakthrough Performance: Samantha Barks

Next Future Icon: Chloe Moretz

Best Music Act: Emeli Sande

Best Model: Anja Rubik

Best International Designer: Stella McCartney

Best British Designer of the Year: Christopher Kane

Contemporary Brand of the Year: McQueen (Sarah Burton).

PA

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