If you want to watch the British Soap Awards on ITV1 this Wednesday (8pm) without knowing what happened – it's probably best you stop reading now.
For those of you who just can't wait, here's who won what last night...
EastEnders and Coronation Street were the big winners, taking seven awards each.
The BBC show took the prestigious best British soap award, whilst Corrie scooped the best best single episode gong for Becky McDonald's (Katherine Kelly) farewell from the show, a storyline that also garnered Kelly the best exit prize.
Alison King, who plays Carla Connor in Corrie, took the best actress prize, while Pam St Clement received a lifetime achievement award for her services to EastEnders as Pat Butcher.
The coveted sexiest female award went once again to Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre – Corrie, pictured above) and the sexiest male prize was picked up by Scott Maslen (Jack Branning – EastEnders) who also won in 2011.
Speaking of his award, Maslen said: "There are many sexy men out there and they deserve recognition.
"Shane Richie is much sexier than me."
Emmerdale received three prizes; best actor went to Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) for the second year in a row, spectacular scene of the year was awarded to the show for John & Moira's car crash and best storyline went to the Yorkshire soap for the Jackson's choice story.
Here's the full list of winners: Best British soap
- EastEnders Best actor
: Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) - Emmerdale Best actress
: Alison King (Carla Connor) - Coronation Street Best young performance
: Lorna Fitzgerald (Abi Branning) - EastEnders
Spectacular scene of the year
: John & Moira's car accident - Emmerdale
Best on-screen partnership
: EastEnders: Jake Wood and Jo Joyner (Max Branning and Tanya Jessop) - EastEnders
- Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) – EastEnders
: Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) - Coronation Street
Villain of the year
: Andrew Lancel (Frank Foster) - Coronation Street
Best comedy performance
: Stephanie Cole (Sylvia Goodwin) - Coronation Street
: Natalie Gumede (Kirsty Soames) - Coronation Street
: Katherine Kelly (Becky McDonald) - Coronation Street
Best dramatic performance
: Jo Joyner (Tanya Jessop) - EastEnders
: Jackson's choice - Emmerdale
Best single episode
: Becky McDonald's farewell - Coronation Street
Lifetime achievement award
: Pam St Clement - EastEnders
Special achievement award:
Simon Ashdown, series consultant writer - EastEnders