Hiddles Who? Gorgeous, Glorious Idris Steals the TV Choice Awards Show from Tom Hiddleston


Last night, Tom Hiddleston won the trophy for Best Actor at London’s TV Choice Awards; congrats, Tom! The Night Manager was an excellent miniseries wherein the Hiddles put on his best Bond — as Pine … Jonathan Pine — starring opposite Hugh Laurie’s nasty Richard Roper. Unfortunately for Tom, he wasn’t able to accept his award in person, but, fortunately for us, he gave his thanks via video message from the Thor: Ragnarok set. And, hey, guess who stopped by to congratulate Tom and admire his award? Of course, Thor himself, aka Chris Hemsworth, popped in:


But you may barely notice … because a certain other Asgardian god and guard also dropped by, and from the moment his gorgeous guns he smiles shows up, I defy you to notice anything (or anyone) else.

I mean, congratulations, YEAH, TOM! and all that, but I must apologize and inform you that Idris completely and utterly stole your show.




My gods, those guns!




Cindy Davis

Cindy Davis

Cindy Davis has been writing about the entertainment industry for ​over eight years, and is the ​Editor-in-Chief at Oohlo, where she muses over television, movies, and pop culture. Previous Senior News Editor at Pajiba, and published at BUST.

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  • emmalita

    So, I’ll be watching that all day. I’d like to thank Tom, Chris, Cindy, and (mostly) Idris for making my morning better.

  • I wonder if Idris will spoil all the news for Thor: Ragnarok like he did last year lolz. That cast is so VERY pretty . I will say that Thor movies do have that going for them, like ok maybe thor 2 wasn’t great but it sure was pretty. And this time all these PLUS RUFFALO so good times

    • emmalita

      I’m quite looking forward to this one.

  • Side note: poor Tom, he already has RDJ being the annoying older brother all the time and clearly Chris and Idris have taken that mantle as well. He needs a hug. I volunteer.

  • Jelinas

    *fans self*

    *fanning intensifies*

    *takes flight from overfanning*