Glee's Lea Michele, Johnny Weir
and Jesus Luz were honored Thursday during all-gay cabler Logo's
The third annual awards show honors the
“next big things in TV, music, film, print and new media long
before they hit the mainstream.”
American figure skater John G. “Johnny”
Weir won in the Most Addictive Reality Star category for BE
GOOD JOHNNY WEIR, an eight-part documentary series airing on
Sundance that explores the life of the three-time U.S. National
Figure Skating champion with a knack for being flamboyant.
Openly gay Broadway star Cheyenne
Jackson and Niecy Nash (RENO 911!) shared hosting duties.
Lea Michele, who plays Rachel Berry on
the Fox musical comedy hit Glee, beat out five other actors,
including Ugly Betty's Mark Indelicato, to be named actor on
the brink of fame.
Brazilian underwear model, DJ and
sometimes Madonna boyfriend Jesus Luz was found to be the hottest
from a list that included Matthew Bomer (White Collar), Scott
Fujita (linebacker for the Cleveland Browns), Kellan Lutz (The
Twilight Saga), Zoe Saldana (Avatar) and Betty White (The
Golden Girls, Hot in Cleveland).
The show featured appearances by Paula
Abdul, who received the honorary “Always Next, Forever Now Icon”
Award, Kelly Osbourne, celebrity drag queen RuPaul, Perez Hilton,
Candis Cayne and Alec Mapa.
The upcoming movie Burlesque was
named “Best Future Feature.” The musical marks the return of
Cher to the big screen and stars Christina Aguilera as a small-town
girl chasing her dream of fame in Los Angeles.