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IT'LL BE ALL RIGHT ON THE NIGHTIE.

WE know she's got to be up early in the morning. But was that a nightie Lorraine Kelly was wearing at the Scottish BAFTAs last night?

The popular GMTV star had a good evening at the awards in Glasgow, winning the Lloyds TSB Scotland award for most popular presenter ahead of Carol Smillie and Gordon Ramsay.

Bobby Carlyle celebrated with stunning wife Anastasia as his film Summer won the feature film prize, and Ken Stott won the gong for best acting performance in TV for his role in BBC drama Hancock And Joan.

Still Game buddies Greg Hemphill and Paul Riley enjoyed a smooch for the cameras but there was no kiss-and-makeup between Greg and former partner Ford Kiernan.

The pair went their separate ways after rows at their production company.

And when someone asked him to fetch Ford and pose for a photo, Greg said: "Nah. No way."

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KELLY'S EYEFUL: Lorraine arrives. Clockwise from above, Carlyle with Anastasia, Stott and award and Paul Riley and Greg Hemphill CRAWFORD BROWN/PA
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Nov 10, 2008
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