QUEEN BITCH; Janine named as most evil woman of all TV soaps.Byline: NICK BROOKE
Charlene Brooks (born May 3, 1981 in Barmouth, Wales) is a popular Welsh actress best known for playing the role of Janine Evans (nee Butcher) in the BBC soap helped EastEnders sweep the board at a TV awards show last night.
The teenager, who plays evil Janine Butcher, was named Best Bitch as the Albert Square Albert Square is the fictional location of the popular BBC soap opera EastEnders. It is ostensibly located in the equally fictional London borough of Walford in London's East End. crew won eight gongs at the Inside Soap Awards Inside Soap Awards is a yearly award ceremony from the magazine Inside Soap which has been running since 1997. Until the 2007 awards, Eastenders had won the award for Best Soap on every occasion. in London.
Viewers voted for Janine after watching her cruel antics in the BBC BBC
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She turned her venom on former stepmum Peggy and wrecked her lonely landlord Terry's budding romance.
Picking up her award, Charlie said: "This is fantastic - I think. I guess it means I have done my job well."
"When I see my scripts I grimace grimace Neurology A humorless facial 'mask' typically seen in Pts with catatonia. See Amimia. and say, 'Oh my God'. Luckily I've not got any of Janine's personality traits."
Charlie's luck was just the tip of the iceberg tip of the iceberg
n. pl. tips of the iceberg
A small evident part or aspect of something largely hidden: afraid that these few reported cases of the disease might only be the tip of the iceberg. for EastEnders.
For the fifth year in a row Inside Soap's readers voted it Best Soap, it won Best Storyline for the Who Shot Phil? saga and its stars grabbed most of the individual gongs.
Rising star Jessie Wallace Jessie Wallace (born Karen Wallace on September 25, 1971 in Enfield, North London) is a popular British actress and former student of the The Poor School in Kings Cross. Her first television appearance was in the ITV police drama series The Bill in 1999. said she was "shocked but honoured" to be named Best Newcomer for her portrayal of Square tart Kat Slater.
This week viewers will see Kat breakdown as she reveals she was raped by her Uncle Harry at 13 and fell pregnant with "little sister" Zoe.
Martin Kemp - bad boy Steve Owen in the soap - took the Best Actor award and June Brown was named Best Actress for her performances as chain smoker Dot Cotton.
But the queen of the night was Barbara Windsor, who scooped a Lifetime Achievement gong for playing matriarch Peggy Mitchell.
In the past year Peggy has been dumped by hubby Frank, lost the Queen Vic pub, faced a murder attempt on her son Phil then watched him hook up with her old enemy Sharon.
Forgetting her character's woes last night, delighted Babs said: "It's wonderful as this Christmas I'll have been in showbiz 52 years.
"I feel so lucky the two things people associate me with are Carry On films - the best British comedy - and EastEnders - the best drama."
She was branded a "legend" by co-star Michael Grieco, who won Sexiest Male.
But the other soaps weren't left out last night. Coronation Street won three awards and Emmerdale, Brookside and Hollyoaks took one apiece.