Love Island leads the National Reality Television Awards nominations with 14 nods

Love Island is leading the way with the nominations credit:Bang Showbiz
Love Island is leading the way with the nominations credit:Bang Showbiz

'Love Island' has received 14 nominations for the National Reality Television Awards.

The ITV2 reality dating show is currently airing its 11th series and is leading the way when it comes to the nods for the annual ceremony, which will take place July 31 at Porchester Hall in London.

The reality show is up for Best Reality Competition Show sponsored by Lashes by Hols, Best Entertainment Show sponsored by Jose Cuervo and Best Dating Show sponsored by Made to Marry, and will go head-to-head with the likes of 'Strictly Come Dancing', 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' and 'Britain's Got Talent'.

Meanwhile, stars such as Jess Harding and Ella Thomas have been nominated for Best Female Personality sponsored by against the likes of 'TOWIE' legend Amy Childs and Ruby Adler from 'Made In Chelsea'.

Male stars such as Sammy Root and Lochan Nowacki are up for Best Male Personality sponsored by, against 'TOWIE' star Dan Edgar and Brin Pirathapan from 'MasterChef' amongst others.

Host Maya Jama is up for Celebrity Personality of the Year sponsored by against Dannii Minogue for 'I Kissed A Girl' and former 'Hollyoaks' actress Gemma Atkinson for her reality show 'Gemma and Gorka: Life Behind the Lens', whilst former 'X Factor' judge Louis Walsh has also received a nod following his stint on 'Celebrity Big Brother' earlier this year.

Maya has also been nominated against the likes of 'This Morning' host Alison Hammond, 'The Traitors' presenter Claudia Winkleman and Susanna Reid from 'Good Morning Britain' for Best TV Presenter sponsored by Drama Queen Lashes.

The Australian version of 'Love Island' is also being considered for an award, as well as a host of contestants from its spin-off series 'Love Island: All: Stars'.

Meanwhile, programmes up for Best Talk Show sponsored by Dechavel include 'This Morning', 'The Katie Piper Breakfast Show', 'Loose Women' - on which Katie Piper features as a panellist - and 'The Graham Norton Show'., amongst others.

Elsewhere, Sydnie Christmas is up for Best Performance in a Reality TV Show sponsored by VooVix TV following her star turn as winner of 'Britain's Got Talent' but she will face competition from co-star Jack Rhodes as well as Alex Brooker from 'The Masked Singer' and Ellie Leach and Vito Coppola, who won the latest series of 'Strictly Come Dancing'.

The National Reality TV Awards 2024 will be broadcast live on VooVix TV, reaching over 4.5 million subscribers.

Fans can cast their votes for their favourite shows, celebrities, and participants starting from June 17 until July 29 2024, via social media platform Telephonos.

Full list of nominations:

Best Docu-Series sponsored by KB Aesthetics

‘24 Hours in AandE’ Channel 4

‘Billie and Greg: The Family Diaries ‘ ITVBe

‘The Jury: Murder Trial’ Channel 4

‘GP’s Behind Closed Doors’ 5 Star

‘Secret Life of the Safari Park’ Channel 4

‘Dick and Angel’s Secret France’ Channel 4

‘Amanda and Alan’s Italian Job’ BBC

‘Gemma and Gorka: Life Behind the Lens’ UKTV

‘Meet the Richardsons BBC 2

‘Fresh Cops’ BBC 3

Best Reality Non-Competition Show sponsored by

‘The Only Way Is Essex’

‘Made in Chelsea’


‘Gemma and Gorka: Life Behind the Lens’

‘The Repair Shop’

‘The Real Housewives of Cheshire’

‘Dick and Angel’s Secret France’

‘A Place in the Sun’

‘Dubai Bling’

‘The Nevermets’

Best Reality Competition Show sponsored by Lashes by Hols

‘The Great British Bake Off’

‘Strictly Come Dancing’

‘The Apprentice’

‘Britain’s Got Talent’


‘I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!

‘Love Island ‘S.49’

‘Big Brother’

‘The Fortune Hotel’

‘I Kissed a Girl’

Best Entertainment Show sponsored by Jose Cuervo’

‘I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!

‘The Traitors’

‘Britain’s Got Talent’

‘Fortune Hotel’

‘I Kissed a Girl’

‘The Apprentice’

‘Big Brother’

‘Love Island ‘S.49’

‘Would I Lie to You?’

‘Late Night Lycett’

‘The Piano’

Best International Show sponsored by

‘Dubai Bling’

‘Below Deck: Mediterranean’

‘The Family Chantel’

‘The Kardashians’

‘The Circle US’

‘The Family Stallone’

‘Ultimate Beastmaster’

‘Love Island Australia’

‘The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives’

‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’

‘90 Day Fiancé’

Best Food Show 2024’

‘Celebrity Cooking School’

‘MasterChef UK’

‘The Great British Bake Off’

‘Come Dine With Me’

‘Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip’

‘Jamie Oliver: Together’

‘Great British Menu’

‘Sunday Brunch’

‘James Martin: Home Comforts’

Best New Show sponsored by VooVix TV

‘The Fortune Hotel’

‘Alan Must Win’

‘I Kissed a Girl’

‘Loaded in Paradise’

‘Love Triangle’

‘My Mum, Your Dad’

‘Late Night Lycett’

‘In with a Shout for Soccer’

Best Female Personality sponsored by

Jess Harding ‘Love Island’

Loujain ‘LJ’ Adada ‘Dubai Bling’

Whitney Adebayo ‘Love Island’

Maeva D’Ascanio ‘Made in Chelsea’

Amy Spalding ‘I Kissed a Girl’

Zeina Khoury ‘Dubai Bling’

Georgia-Blu ‘My Mum, Your Dad’

Ella Thomas ‘Love Island’

Mona Kattan ‘Dubai Bling’#

Amy Childs ‘TOWIE’

Paris Smith ‘Made in Chelsea’

Dianne Buswell ‘Strictly Come Dancing’

Ruby Adler ‘Made in Chelsea’

Lojain Omran ‘Dubai Bling’

BestMale Personality sponsored by

‘Brin Pirathapan ‘MasterChef’

Sammy Root ‘Love Island’

Martin M ‘My Mum, Your Dad’

Kris Fade ‘Dubai Bling’

Miles Nazaire ‘Made in Chelsea’

James ‘Diags’ Bennewith ‘TOWIE’

Lochan Nowacki ‘Love Island’

Fahad Siddiqui ‘Dubai Bling’

Martin H ‘My Mum, Your Dad’

David ‘Temps’ Templer ‘Made in Chelsea’

Dan Edgar ‘TOWIE’

Best Performance in a Reality TV Show sponsored by VooVix TV’

Sydnie Christmas ‘BGT’

Brad Kella ‘The Piano’

Lemar ‘The Masked Singer’

Jack Rhodes ‘BGT’

Callum’s ‘Breakaway’ ‘The Voice UK’

Alex Brooker ‘The Masked Singer’

Lady Grenades ‘BGT’

Jen and Liv’s ‘I’m Every Woman’ ‘The Voice UK’

Abigail and Afronitaaa ‘BGT’

Ellie Leach and Vito Coppola ‘Strictly Come Dancing’

Hope Winter’s ‘Jealous Guy’ ‘The Voice UK’

Bianca White’s ‘Rescue’ ‘The Voice UK’

Jolie’s ‘Forever’ ‘The Voice UK’

Best Dating Show sponsored by Made to Marry’

‘My Mum, Your Dad’

‘I Kissed a Girl’

‘Love Island ‘S.49’

‘First Dates’

‘The Nevermets’

‘Married At First Sight UK’

‘Love Triangle UK’

‘Dating with my Mates’

‘Celebrity Ex on the Beach’

‘Love Island All Stars’

‘90 Day: The Single Life Season 4’

Celebrity Personality of the Year sponsored by

Dannii Minogue ‘I Kissed a Girl’

Maya Jama ‘Love Island’

Stephen Mangan ‘The Fortune Hotel’

Gemma Atkinson ‘Gemma and Gorka: Life Behind the Lens’

Sharon Osbourne ‘Celebrity Big Brother’

Susana Reid ‘Good Morning Britain’

‘Jamelia ‘Celebrity Go Dating’

Rylan Clark-Neal ‘Supermarket Sweep’

Nella Rose ‘I’m A Celebrity’

Louis Walsh ‘Celebrity Big Brother’

AJ Odudu ‘Big Brother’

Best Business Show sponsored by

‘The Great British Sewing Bee’

‘The Apprentice’

‘The Hotel Inspector’

‘Dragon’s Den’

‘A Yorkshire Farm’

‘Grand Designs’

‘A Place in the Sun’

‘Four in a Bed’

‘Dubai Hustle’

‘The Yorkshire Vet’

Most Inspiring TV Show 2024

‘Sort Your Life out with Stacey Solomon’

‘The Great British Sewing Bee’

‘House of Sims’

‘Big Zuu Goes to Mecca’

‘Meet the Richardsons’

‘A Yorkshire Farm’

‘Charlotte in Sunderland’

‘Jerrod Carmichael Reality Show’

‘Billie and Greg: The Family Diaries’

‘Kill Zone: Inside Gaza’

‘Gemma and Gorka : Life behind the Lens’

‘Ballers: Ball or Nothing, Series 1’

BestReality TV Judge 2024’

‘Mika ‘The Piano’

‘John Torode ‘MasterChef’

‘Peter Jones ‘Dragon’s Den’

‘Gregg Wallace ‘MasterChef’

‘Amanda Holden ‘BGT’

‘Touker Suleyman ‘Dragon’s Den’

‘Lord Alan Sugar ‘The Apprentice’

‘Shirley Ballas ‘Strictly Come Dancing’

‘Jonathan Ross ‘The Masked Singer’

‘Deborah Meaden ‘Dragon’s Den’

Alesha Dixon ‘BGT’

Best TV Presenter sponsored by Drama Queen Lashes

Susanna Reid ‘Good Morning Britain’

Stephen Mulhern ‘Deal or No Deal’

Dermot O’Leary ‘This Morning’

Maya Jama ‘Love Island’

Alison Hammond ‘This Morning’

AJ Odudu ‘Celebrity Big Brother’

Rylan Clark-Neal ‘Supermarket Sweep’

Stephen Mangan ‘The Fortune Hotel’

Claudia Winkleman ‘The Traitors’

Joe Lycett ‘Late Night Lycett’

Reality Personality of the Year sponsored by Pretty Little Weaves

Amber Turner ‘TOWIE’

Paris Smith ‘Made in Chelsea’

Stephen Lustig-Webb ‘Celebrity Go Dating’

Ampika Pickston ‘Real Housewives of Cheshire’

David Potts ‘Celebrity Big Brother’

Molly Smith ‘Love Island – All Stars’

Tom Clare ‘Love Island – All Stars’

Ella Morgan ‘Celebrity Go Dating’

Lystra Adams ‘Real Housewives of Cheshire’

Kris Fade’ ‘Dubai Bling’

Best Game Show sponsored by Telephonos’

‘Celebrity Bridge of Lies’

‘In For a Penny’

‘Deal or No Deal’

‘Richard Osman’s House of Games’

‘Fast and the Farmer-ish’

‘Double The Money’

‘The Chase’


‘I Literally Just Told You’

‘Tipping Point’

Best Talk Show sponsored by Dechavel

‘The Katie Piper Breakfast Show’

‘Loose Women’

‘Good Morning Britain’

‘Late Night Lycett’

‘Jeremy Vine’

‘The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan’

‘This Morning’

‘The Graham Norton Show’

Best Social Experiment Show sponsored by Jose Cuervo

‘The Great British Sewing Bee’

‘Celebrity Gogglebox’

‘Loaded in Paris’

‘House of Sims’


‘Race across the World’

‘The Traitors’


‘Celebrity Big Brother’

‘Teen Mom UK: Next Generation’

‘Secret Crush’

Best News Programme sponsored by

‘BBC News at Ten’ ‘Fiona Bruce, Reeta Chakrabarti, Clive Myrie, Sophie Raworth’

‘GB News – Breakfast with Eamonn and Isabel’ ‘Eamonn Holmes, Isabel Webster’

‘ITV This Morning’ ‘Alison Hammond, Dermot O’Leary’

‘ITV News at Ten’ ‘Tom Bradby, Julie Etchingham’

Sky News ‘Kay Burley, Anna Botting, Dermot Murnaghan’

‘BBC News at Six’ ‘Sophie Raworth, Reeta Chakrabarti’

Channel 4 News ‘Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Jackie Long, Matt Frei’

‘BBC Breakfast ‘Sally Nugent, Jon Kay’

ITV News at Six ‘Mary Nightingale, Charlene White’

‘Newsnight’ ‘Kirsty Wark, Victoria Derbyshire’

‘Good Morning Britain’ ‘Susanna Reid, Kate Garraway’

Best Podcast 2024 sponsored by

‘ShxtsNGigs with James and Fuhad’

‘The Chunkz and Filly Show’

‘PBD Podcast with Patrick Bet-David’

‘The Diary of a CEO with Steven Bartlett’

‘Brown Girls Do It Too with Poppy and Rubina’

‘The Really Good Podcast with Bobbi Althoff’

‘Off Menu with Ed Gamble and James Acaster’

‘Saving Grace – Hosted by Grace Keeling ‘GKBarry’

‘LuAnna: The Podcast with Luisa Zissman and Anna Williamson’

‘The Therapy Crouch with Peter Crouch and Abbey Clancy’

‘Pearl Daily by Pearl Davis’

‘Sidecast by Sidemen’

Best Production Company sponsored by


CPL Productions

FremantleMedia UK

Endemol Shine Group’

Shine TV’


Banijay Group’

Remarkable Television


Best Fashion and Makeup Show

‘The Great British Sewing Bee’

‘Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star series 6’

‘Dress To Impress’

‘Super Rich in Korea’

‘Dress to Impress’

‘Fashion Reimagined’