CHRIS Hughes was involved in a heated bust-up with a photographer following Tuesday night's National Television Awards.
The former Love Island star, 27, had been supporting girlfriend Jesy Nelson, 28, who bagged the award for Best Factual Programme, at the star-studded ceremony.
However, the celebrations soon took a turn for the worst after he was spotted in an altercation with a photographer outside of the O2 arena in London in the early hours of Wednesday.
The hunky star was pictured leaving the five-star InterContinental in a smart suit and shirt before things kicked off.
After being approached by the photographer, Chris dropped his bags on the pavement and began scuffling with the man outside the East-London venue.
In the shock photos, an angry-looking Chris grabs on the photographers coat.
While in another, the reality star points his finger during the tense altercation.
Things were no doubt heated between the two as Chris' manager stepped in to break up the fight.
Jesy, 28, was seen waiting in a cab with a male friends as the drama unfolded.
Soon after the scuffle, Chris was escorted to the car.
He was spotted in a tense conversation with the Little Mix car and her pal in the back of the cab.
It was a night of emotions for Jesy, who broke down on stage while receiving her NTA.
She won for her BBC documentary, Odd One Out, where she spoke movingly about the horrific trolling she received after winning The X Factor with the girl band.
Taking to the stage at London's O2 Arena, Jesy struggled to speak as she cried.
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She said tearfully: "I'm so sorry, this is so overwhelming, I'm such a baby. Thank you so much.
"I want to start by thanking the BBC for being the most incredible team to work with, my dear friend Adam for being the most incredible director."
As she wiped her tears away, Jesy continued: "I want to thank every single person in the documentary for being so brave and courageous for sharing their story with the world."
She then went on to thank her mum, who appeared in the documentary, and boyfriend Chris Hughes for "making me feel confident every day".
The Sun Online has contacted Chris' rep for comment.
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