The BAFTA selfies introduce us to the loveable (if not slightly gormless) side of the red carpet trained celebrities – it turns out they can take a bad photo… Flick through the selfie snaps taken by BAFTA’s star-studded guest list.
We do love Samantha Barks. It turns out she can still look night out chic in a Calvin Klein Collection red carpet gown – we know we could enjoy a night out with this girl.
Classic Oprah Winfrey. This is one seriously excitable solo selfie.
Anyone else in love with Douglas Booth, raise your hand. We can’t get over how adorable a ‘totally baffled’ Douglas Booth is.
Alfronso Cuaron plays with his own illusion of Gravity inside the seflie booth with his movie award BAFTAs.
Girl of the moment Lupita Nyong’o uses her clutch bag as a pouting post as she pulls off a demure selfie smile.
Ruth Wilson proves this isn’t the first time she’s taken a selfie as she dazzles in her silver skirt suit.
Michael Fassbender debuts a full face beard on the night – a popular theme for the men of the film world on Sunday night.
Laura Mvula arrived at the BAFTAs on the arm of Tinie Tempah – no wonder she’s smiling this widely.
Lily Allen looked pleased to be out on a rare solo night out away from her new family.
Leading actress Cate Blanchett takes a selfie she’ll want to remember as she clutches her shiny BAFTA.
BAFTA winner Will Poulter told one tabloid he made his tuxe shoulders wet after crying so much when he received his Rising Star Award. Too cute.
Tinie Tempah is not afraid of a selfie. Proudly showing off his bright white suit, the star gives a wide smile for the selfie cam.
Dermot O’Leary looks dazzled by a shimmering Fearne Cotton as the pair team up for a duo selfie.
Steeve Coogan pulls a typical Alan Partridge in front of the camera, looking more selfie novice than red carpet ready.
Can someone remind Chiwetel Ejiofor what a selfie is for? That’s more silliness, please.