Adam Lambert, Keegan Hirst and
Ireland's gay marriage vote were among the winners at Thursday's
Attitude Awards 2015 in London.
the British LGBT lifestyle magazine, presented its Ally Award to
Reggie Yates for his BBC documentary Extreme Russia, which
exposed the discrimination and violence LGBT people face in the
former Soviet Union.
Singer Adam Lambert performed at the
event and walked away with this year's Music Award/International
Ireland's yes vote for marriage
equality was named the greatest moment of the year.
Attitude gave its Actor of the
Year Award to Cyril Nri, who stars on the Channel 4 series Cucumber,
and named television presenter
Evan Davis its man of the year.
The Editor's Special Award went to
rugby player Keegan Hirst, who came out gay in August.
Hirst receives outpouring of support after coming out gay.)
The show was hosted by Ana Matronic of
the Scissor Sisters.