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Adam Lambert mention: Mirror UK: British LGBT Awards winners as Ian McKellen, Brian May and Danny Dyer all pick up big prizes!

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Posted at : Saturday, May 14, 2016



Elsewhere at the event, Queen legend Brian May was given the Straight Ally of the Year accolade by his bandmate Adam Lambert .
The American Idol winner also presented EastEnders' Danny Dyer with the TV Celebrity Straight Ally prize.
Chatty Man star Alan Carr picked up the LGBT Celebrity of the Year gong, while BBC Two show Boy Meets Girl - the UK's first transgender comedy - won Media Moment of the Year.


LINK to  Mirror UK 


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3 comments:

Lam-My said...

Adam seems to have successfully bulldozed through the straight alleys across the globe; no doubt this LGBT movement has been going on for time immemorial. But Adam's presence on the world stage kind of overturns the apple cart and all the red apples rolled out across the world scene...even in my own country at the Sing NYE; a poignant statement, at high level, very loud, and caused quite a stir.
I think Adam is a born natural leader who is not quite aware he is, and that's the best part of it. Yea, he did open a lot of closed minds with regard, not just LGBT, also his love to bring people together, like he always says, all types of people, his on-stage somewhat soliloquy.
Dr Brian pointed out something seemingly natural, but which has to be inculcated, like what his Mom did; children from very young must be taught to treat all people with the same respect and not just their own kind! That was what my Mom and Teachers drummed into me.

Lam-My said...

I'll just add on a little bit: Always put yourself last ! not first if you really want to succeed in life or any undertaking. Paradoxically strange...but that's how it works; honed from lifelong experience, not easy. Joining Adam in his soliloquy. lwl!

JAK said...

Humility is much to be admired but scarce to be found. Really scarce.