Singer Adam Lambert performed a two-song set Saturday night at the 21st Annual GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles.

Lambert rocked the crowd with Fever and Music Again, two songs from his debut album For Your Entertainment.

Before the ceremony began, the 28-year-old American Idol season 8 runner-up tweeted: “Looking forward to the GLAAD awards tonight! I may just have to swish it up a bit. :)”

Appearing on the cover of Rolling Stone last June, Lambert announced he is gay.

“GLAAD has advocated for out music artists, including myself, and I am proud to be part of the 21st Annual GLAAD Media Awards this year,” Lambert said in a statement. “GLAAD's work to share stories that grow acceptance and understanding about the gay and transgender community is so important in our culture today.”

Director Tom Ford's film about a gay man's journey after the loss of his lover, A Single Man, won for outstanding film. Partner Richard Buckley accepted the award for Ford, who was stranded in the UK due to flight restrictions.

Other winners included Fox's musical show Glee for outstanding comedy series and actress Drew Barrymore, who was presented with the Vanguard Award.

The show was hosted by transgender actress Candis Cayne and actor Wilson Cruz, who is openly gay.

Eighteen-year-old student Constance McMillen presented Wanda Sykes with the Stephen F. Kolzak Award, which recognizes an openly gay media professional who has advocated on behalf of gay rights.

McMillen is the Fulton, Mississippi student whose high school decided to cancel its annual prom rather than allow McMillen to attend with her girlfriend as her date.

The GLAAD Media Awards recognize excellence in 41 categories including newspaper content, syndicated columnists and comic books. Awards are being rolled out in a series of ceremonies. ABC took home the most awards in television last month during a New York ceremony. The program's final leg is scheduled for June 5 in San Francisco.