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Miranda’s big win

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We were thrilled at the weekend to see comedian and actress Miranda Hart win several plaudits at this year’s British Comedy Awards.

We've made no secret of the fact that the Stylist office loves the comedian, having featured her on our cover earlier this month, and now it seems everyone else has fallen for her too. She won three awards at Saturday night's ceremony, including Best New TV Comedy Show for her BBC Two sitcom Miranda, which she both writes and stars in, Best Female Comedy Actress and the People's Choice Award, which was voted for by the public.

Speaking of her wins, Miranda said she was "genuinely thrilled". Fellow winners on the night included the two Brands - Jo, who was named Best Female TV Comic and Russell, who picked up the outstanding Contribution to Comedy award.

Massive congratulations to Miranda from the whole Stylist team!

Read our interview with Miranda and watch our behind the scenes video with the comedian online.

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