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Sun NHS awards were packed with celebs from Anthony Joshua to Piers Morgan – but they asked for selfies with our winners

OUR inspirational Who Cares Wins Awards nominees were the stars of the show on Tuesday night – and they have the selfies to prove it.

Celebrities including boxing champ Anthony Joshua, singer Mel B and Love Islander Olivia Attwood posed for snaps with the healthcare heroes.

Boxer Anthony Joshua with East of England Ambulance Service operations manager Lesley Hall and, below, Magpas Air Ambulance’s Dr James Price, whose teams were up for 999 Hero after saving schoolgirl Daisy Webb
Dr James Price with PM Rishi Sunak
Rishi with midwife Laura, left, and nurse Doreen

The awards, sponsored by the National Lottery and in partnership with NHS Charities Together, honour medics, scientists and ordinary people for their exceptional strength and courage. 

Host Davina McCall said before the show: “So much news is negative. But there are acts of miraculous good. Here we show and tell you about them. I’ve got a pack of industrial tissues ready.”

The winners will be revealed on TV this Sunday but for those who can’t wait, here is a peek backstage at our bash. 

  • The Sun’s Who Cares Wins Awards are on Channel 4 on Sunday at 6.30pm.
Best Midwife nominee, bereavement specialist Laura Mackie, with reality star Joey Essex
Unsung Hero nominee, food bank coordinator Mel Hudson, with Capital FM radio DJ Roman Kemp and his dad, Spandau Ballet bassist and former EastEnders actor Martin
Sun columnist Ulrika Jonsson with Best Midwife nominee Wanda Warrington and her grand- daughter Amelia Chadwick
East of England Ambulance Service medical technician Charlie Harris, centre, with football’s Harry Redknapp and friend



Homes Under The Hammer TV host Martin Roberts at the awards with Sun newsman Alex Goss
London Ambulance Service paramedics Charlotte Coutts, left, and Kerry Johnson get a lesson from ex­England goalie David ‘Safe Hands’ Seaman on how to save a penalty
Harriet Pratt, left, of Jump Children’s Charity which offers photography to families of seriously ill children, meets Love Islander Olivia Attwood
Love Islander Demi Jones and Amelie Fielding, eight, who was successfully treated for bone cancer at Best Team nominee Proton Beam Therapy Centre at the Christie NHS Foundation Trust in Manchester
Best Midwife nominee Darcey Croft, right, with former Paralympian swimming star Ellie Simmonds
Mel B with Best Health Charity nominees Hayley King and daughter Cianna, 14, of Cianna’s Smile, which helps families affected by sickle cell anaemia
999 Hero nominee Tommy Sadler, 15, with TV host Davina McCall
Young Hero nominee Jayden Sorhaindo, 11, and mum Natasha with boxer Anthony Joshua
River Rhodes with Love Islander Mille Court…
…and Dancing On Ice’s Vanessa Bauer. River was up for Young Hero for helping sick kids
TV chef Jamie Oliver meets stalwarts of Jump Children’s Charity, l-r, Christie Bower, Christine Bentham, Harriet Pratt and Christie’s daughter, Darcy
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer with ambulance heroes who saved schoolgirl Daisy Webb, see above with Davina McCall
Telly favourite Davina McCall with Magpas Air Ambulance heroes, paramedic Steve Chambers, left, and Dr James Price.

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