Louis Tomlinson attends the #prideofbritain awards
October 31st, 2016: Tonight Louis Tomlinson attended and presented at the Pride of Britain Awards show, honoring individuals in the UK who truly make the world a better place. The Pride of Britain awards show first aired in 1999 and currently in its 17th year, has over 5 million viewers, making it the most watched award show of British television. This year the show took place at the Grosvenor House in London and will be aired tomorrow Novemebr 1st.
Each year the show receives thousands of nominations from tens of thousands of individuals, narrowed down to only a few, awarding truly remarkable people from all walks of lives and from all over the country, who through their actions of generosity, strength and courage make the world a better place.
Each year royalty, prime ministers, and hundreds of leading personalities from showbusiness, politics, sports, and the arts take part in the show hosted by Carol Vorderman, a well known British presenter and media personality. At the event, an exquisite meal is served to the attendees while on stage each individual is presented with their award.
This year, Louis Tomlinson presented 12 year old Dylan Graves with a Pride of Britain bravery award for having saved his friend’s life by pushing him out of the way of an oncoming car. Dylan, unfortunately, was hit by the car and suffered serious injuries including several broken bones in his spine, from which thankfully he has had a full recovery. In attendance was also 10 years old Rheia Kara awarded with the young fundraiser award and world famous physicist Stephen Hawking who received the life time achievement award.