ATTITUDE MAGAZINE ANNOUNCED THE WINNERS OF THE ATTITUDE AWARDS 2015 AT A GLAMOROUS AWARD CEREMONY AT BANQUETING HOUSE, WHITEHALL
YOKO ONO, VIVIENNE WESTWOOD, ADAM LAMBERT, LORRAINE KELLY, KEEGAN HIRST AND MANY MORE AWARDED AT THE STAR STUDDED CEREMONY. ALEXANDER MCQUEEN RECOGNISED POSTHOMOUSLY WITH LEGEND AWARD.
ATTITUDE LAUNCH 8 LIMITED EDITION WINNERS’ COVERS FEATURING EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS. AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD AND IN SHOPS NOW
15th October 2015 – Last night Attitude magazine – Europe’s biggest gay magazine – hosted the annual Attitude Awards in association with Virgin Holidays.
Presented by Scissor Sisters’ Ana Matronic, the exclusive, invitation-only star studded ceremony at London’s Banqueting House, Whitehall saw celebrity guests such as Yoko Ono, Vivienne Westwood, Adam Lambert, Oliver Cheshire and many more attend to pick up their awards from a host of celebrity presenters, including Katie Piper, Boy George and David Furnish. Fashion designer Alexander McQueen was also recognised posthumously with Attitude’s Legend Award – collected by his sister Jacqueline.
Attitude’s 2015 Music Award winner Adam Lambert opened the show with an exclusive performance of ‘Ghost Town’ from his global hit album ‘The Original High’.
To celebrate the Awards, Attitude magazine have launched 8 exclusive winners’ covers, with exclusive interviews with Adam Lambert, Reggie Yates and more – available for download and in shops now.
Matthew Todd, editor of Attitude magazine said: “We’re absolutely delighted to recognise such a wide variety of winners, all of whom have shaped the world of our readers, both gay and straight, trans and cisgendered. We’re delighted to honour the legendary April Ashley MBE with an ICON Award. She is a woman who was living in truth and dignity long before the growing understanding of trans peoples needs that we have finally begun to see. It’s an honour for us to be able to celebrate her with this award and a special cover.’”
The full list of Attitude Award 2015 winners are:
Man of the Year supported by Virgin Holidays: Evan Davis
Music Award / International Album supported by Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board: Adam Lambert
Album of the Year: Years and Years
Actor of the Year supported by Marriott: Cyril Nri
TV Personality of the Year: Antony Cotton
Icon Award for Outstanding Achievement supported by Sky: Yoko Ono, Holly Johnson and April Ashley (three separate stories)
Sexiest Man of the Year supported by Popchips: Liam Payne
TV Moment of the Year: James Hill and Austin Armacost
Style Hero supported by Renault UK: Vivienne Westwood
Most Stylish Man: Oliver Cheshire
Media Recognition Award: The X Factor
Greatest Moment of the Year: Ireland’s YES voters
Honourary Gay: Lorraine Kelly
Young LGBT Entrepreneur supported by Virgin Holidays: Pierre and Adrien Gaubert
Active Award supported by USN: England Women’s National Football Team
Politician of the Year: Mhairi Black
Ally Award: Reggie Yates
Breakthrough Performance: Rebecca Root
Community Award: 56 Dean Street
Legend Award: Alexander McQueen
Editor’s Special Award supported by Aussiebum: Keegan Hirst
Music Breakthrough: Jess Glynne
Book of the Year: Alan Cumming