The E4 show won the 'Best Non-Competition Reality Show' prize, while Spencer Matthews was named the 'Reality Personality of the Year' and co-star Millie Mackintosh was handed the 'Female Personality' award.
Meanwhile, X Factor picked up the 'Best Entertainment Show', while the format's US version claimed the 'International TV Show' trophy.
The Apprentice also managed to grab two awards, with the BBC business talent search being named the 'Most Inspiring TV Show', and Lord Sugar's aide Karren Brady handed the 'Reality TV Judge' prize.
Strictly Come Dancing went home with the 'Reality Competition' gong, while Russell Howard was given the 'Celebrity Personality of the Year' award for his BBC Three programme Good News.
Keith Chegwin won the ceremony's lifetime achievement award.
The 2012 National Reality TV Awards ceremony took place yesterday (August 30), and will be screened on ITV later this year. A US version of the event is being held for the first time in Los Angeles next month.