GLAAD Honors Britney Spears

  • GLAAD Honors Britney Spears

GLAAD Honors Britney Spears

Spears, who was joined by boyfriend Sam Asghari at the event, has always been a supporter and ally of the gay community, and her speech touted the importance of acceptance and love. She received the Vanguard Award, for an entertainer who has gone above and beyond to promote equality.

"We must all find our own ways to fight against injustice".

Britney Spears reportedly was a hit at the GLAAD Awards - and it wasn't just because she looked hot in her sequined mini-dress. "I wrote this speech, and I feel like our society has always put such an emphasis on what's normal, and to be different is unusual or seen as odd", Britney said during her speech. And to be different is unusual or seen as odd.

The pop star was recognised for her continued support for the LGBTQ+ community, telling those gathered at the Beverly Hilton hotel that 'to be accepted unconditionally and to be able to express yourself as an individual through art is such a blessing.

She added that events such as the GLAAD Media Awards "show the world we are not alone". "It made me know that we as a community were really embraced by Hollywood in a real way". And we can lift each other up and show our gifts without hesitation.

"Being a mother has shown what it means to love unconditional".

One of the main stars of the event this time was Britney Spears - the singer is not only remembered for his dress on the red carpet, but took to the stage to receive the prize in nomination "avant-garde" approach. "The queen should go last!" the Big Bang Theory star said before thanking GLAAD "for putting me in a room with Britney Spears" and stating how Spears' ". "I have a secret to share with you".

Other highlights from the evening include Brit posing for a photo with Adam Rippon and Gus Kenworthy. Halle Berry presented her the award, and the actresses embraced before Waithe delivered her acceptance speech.