National Adultery Awards 2016 – And the Winners Are…

  • Scott Disick has been crowned Cheater of the Year for 2015 at the National Adultery Awards, a.k.a. The Cheaties
  • Cristiano Ronaldo took the crown of Sports ‘Player’ of the Year 
  • Channing Tatum and Michelle Keegan were voted as the two celebrities that we’d most likely cheat on our partner’s for
  • Sally Bercow won the “What Were They Thinking?” award
  • Bill Clinton scooped both the National Adultery Awards Fellowship Award and the Most Iconic Affair In History thanks to his (alleged) 36 affairs, most famously with Monica Lewinsky
  • The National Adultery Awards are hosted and organised by the UK’s leading dating website for married people, IllicitEncounters.com

Scott Disick, Michelle Keegan, Cristiano Ronaldo and Sally Bercow are just some of the famous faces to be awarded at the National Adultery Awards 2016, a.k.a. The Cheaties.

Taking place in an invitation-only event in London on Sunday 29th May, the event was organized and hosted by IllicitEncounters.com, the UK’s leading dating website for married people.

Scott Disick took home the evening’s most prestigious award, the 2015 Cheater of the Year, for his repeated acts of infidelity, betraying his now ex-girlfriend, Kourtney Kardashian.

He fought off stiff competition from Gwen Stefani’s ex, Gavin Rossdale, and actor Ben Affleck, who both had an affair with their childrens’ nanny, while Sally Bercow, who cheated on husband John Bercow with his cousin, and rock star Ozzy Osbourne completed the list of nominees for the main award.

“This was tough, but the right person won in the end,” said IllicitEncounters.com’s spokesperson, Christian Grant.

“Cheating on what many would consider to be a beautiful woman, and to do it several times too, is brave… or stupid, I can’t quite tell.

What’s more, the rumours say that he cheated on her with her sibling Kendall Jenner, among others. Low blow, Scott.

It was also interesting to see that the main category was dominated by men, with just one woman, Sally Bercow, making the list of nominees. Whether that says something about the cheating habits of men and women, I don’t know, but it’s an interesting thought.”

Meanwhile, Michelle Keegan took home the We ALL Would award, for the woman all married men (and gay women) would cheat on their partner’s for.

The honour of being the man that all married women (and gay men) would cheat for went to, unsurprisingly, Channing Tatum.
In the sports category, Cristiano Ronaldo won the Sports ‘Player’ of the Year after having alleged affairs with Andress Urach, Daniella Chavez and Badr Hari.

Stephanie Drew and Ali Bear of Ex On The Beach were crowned as the best reality TV cheaters, while the best TV affair was given to Holly Cunningham and Robbie Roscoe of Hollyoaks.

Sally Bercow, who cheated on her husband with his own cousin, romped to victory in the “What Were they Thinking?” category, while the NAA Fellowship Award was given to Bill Clinton, who has allegedly had affairs with 36 different women.

Speaking of Clinton, he was, in fact, a double award-winner, as he also claimed the Most Iconic Affair In History thanks to his notorious relationship with Monica Lewinsky.

Grant added:

“Unfortunately, and perhaps rather understandably, the winners could not be there in person to collect their awards, but rest assured that these have since been sent to them. We hope that they take a pride of place in the winners’ homes.”

The full list of categories, winners and nominees are as follows:

JUDGES CATEGORIES

Cheater of the Year
Gavin Rossdale
Ben Affleck
Scott Disick – WINNER
Sally Bercow
Ozzy Osbourne

Sports ‘Player’ of the Year

Marcos Rojo
Cristiano Ronaldo (allegedly)- WINNER
Neil Lennon
Thanasi Kokkinakis and Donna Vekic

Punching Above their Weight

Noel Biderman – WINNER

Worst Kept Secret

Gavin Rossdale and Mindy Mann – WINNER
 
NAA Fellowship Award

Bill Clinton (allegedly 36 affairs and counting) – WINNER

Most Iconic Affair In History

JFK and Marilyn Monroe
Charles II and Nell Gwyn
Hugh Grant and Divine Brown
Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky – WINNER
Prince Charles and Camilla Rosemary
Prince Phillip and several women (allegedly)

PUBLIC CATEGORIES

We ALL Would – Given to the celebrities that we’d all cheat on our partner’s for

Channing Tatum – WINNER
Michelle Keegan – WINNER

Best Movie Affair 

Aloha
By the Sea
Carol – WINNER
Anomalisa

Best TV Affair 

Alya Nazir and Jason Grimshaw (Coronation Street)
Robert Sugden and Aaron Livesy (Emmerdale)
Tony Stewart and Tracy Barlow (Coronation Street)
Holly Cunningham and Robbie Roscoe (Hollyoaks) – WINNER
Pablo Escobar and Valeria Velez (Narcos)

Best Reality TV Affair 

Sam Thompson (Made In Chelsea)
Stephen Bear and Ali Drew (Ex On The Beach) – WINNER
Tiffany Watson (Made In Chelsea)
Marnie Simpson and Aaron Chalmers (Geordie Shore)

“What Were They Thinking?” 

Scott Disick
Cristiano Ronaldo (allegedly)
Sally Bercow – WINNER
The Super-injunction Award

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[REDACTED] – WINNER
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The “Don’t Sh*t Where You Walk” Award – Given to the adulterer who had an affair a little too close to home…

Sally Bercow, for cheating with her husband’s cousin
Gavin Rossdale, for cheating with his children’s nanny – WINNER
Ben Affleck, for cheating with his children’s nanny
Most Iconic Affair In History

JFK and Marilyn Monroe
Charles II and Nell Gwyn
Hugh Grant and Divine Brown
Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky – WINNER
Prince Charles and Camilla Rosemary
Prince Phillip and several women (allegedly)

NOTES TO EDITOR 

IllicitEncounters.com is the UK’s leading and longest running dating site for married people. With over 1,000,000 genuine UK users since 2004, you’re sure to find your perfect match.

Established in 2004, we have been providing a meeting place for like-minded married and attached people for nearly 10 years. Our members have one thing in common – they are all looking for a little romance outside their current relationship. Whether that’s the occasional bit of flirtatious chat, a regular coffee date, or a full-blown affair, that’s up to them.

For comments, case-studies or more information, contact Christian Grant:

Email: presspr@illicitencounters.co.uk
Office: 020 7729 6098
Twitter: @cheatsafer

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