The 2019 edition of the British LGBT Awards took place last night, with winners including Stephen Fry and pop group Little Mix.
Often referred to as the ‘Gay Oscars’, the annual awards ceremony is a celebration of the UK’s most loved LGBT personalities, innovators and companies. The event was held in London’s Marriott Hotel and hosted by Kelly Osborne.
Writer, comedian and presenter Fry received a lifetime achievement award, while Little Mix were honoured with the Change Makers accolade.
Other winners on the night included LGBT rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, Sex And The City star Cynthia Nixon and TV host Paul O'Grady.
For a full list of winners, visit the britishlgbtawards.com
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