British Soap Awards 2016 - Red Carpet - Arrivals
Fiona Wade attends the British Soap Awards 2016 at Hackney EmpireJeff Spicer / getty

Last night was the night we got to see all of our favourite British soap stars glammed up on the red carpet and Emmerdale actress Fiona Wade certainly impressed. The 37-year-old actress did not disappoint at the British Soap Awards, as she wore her daring leather bodice with a sheer skirt that was slashed to reveal her super-toned thighs.

Wade's stylist Martine Alexander deserved high praises as the actress glammed in a bespoke Zeynep Kartal dress. The Emmerdale star kept her accessories simple, sporting her simple black sandals, LeivanKash jewellery and a cute little box clutch. The dress itself was very daring, so Wade made the right decision by not over accessorising her look.

Keeping the rest of her look chic, Wade put her hair up in a top-knot as she strutted her stuff on the red carpet, showcasing her natural beauty.

The Emmerdale cast also had a lot to celebrate that night after they won Best British Soap award for the first time in 18 years. The public voted the ITV show ahead of last year's winner EastEnders, as well as Coronation Street, Doctors and Hollyoaks.

In fact, EastEnders actress Lacey Turner, who plays Stacey Branning, was recognised for her performances as she scooped the awards for best actress and best female dramatic performance.

British Soap Awards 2016 - Red Carpet - Arrivals
Fiona Wade attends the British Soap Awards 2016 at Hackney EmpireJeff Spicer / getty
British Soap Awards 2016 - Red Carpet - Arrivals
Fiona Wade attends the British Soap Awards 2016 at Hackney EmpireJeff Spicer / getty

The list of winners were:

Best British Soap: Emmerdale

Best Actor: Emmerdale's Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy)

Best Actress: EastEnders' Lacey Turner (Stacey Branning)

Villain of the Year: Coronation Street's Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan)

Best Comedy Performance: Coronation Street's Patti Clare (Mary Taylor)

Best Newcomer: EastEnders' Bonnie Langford (Carmel Kazemi)

Best Storyline: EastEnders, Stacey's postpartum psychosis

Best Single Episode: Doctors, The Heart of England

Best Male Dramatic Performance: Emmerdale's Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy)

Best Female Dramatic Performance: EastEnders' Lacey Turner (Stacey Branning)

Best On-Screen Partnership: Coronation Street's Sally Dynevor and Joe Duttine (Sally Webster and Tim Metcalfe)

Best Young Performance: Hollyoaks' Ruby O'Donnell (Peri Lomax)

Scene of the Year: Val's death, Emmerdale

The Tony Warren Award: James Bain, Coronation Street/Emmerdale casting director

Outstanding Achievement Award: Steve McFadden, EastEnders