GLAAD Honors Britney Spears

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All the drama – and increasingly all the awards

The 36-year-old princess of pop recently hooked up with Kenzo for a campaign that thrust her back into the spotlight, and now, she's getting honored for her work with the LGBTQ community.

GLAAD's signature ampersand pin that promotes the advocacy organization's "Together Movement" was worn by almost everyone in the audience while actors like Chloe Grace Moretz, Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Stephanie Beatriz, This Is Us actor Dennis O'Hare and GLAAD CEO and President Sarah Kate Ellis continued to speak the power of change.

Last night in Los Angeles held its annual awards ceremony GLAAD Media Awards, winners of which have traditionally become a celebrity, made a contribution to the struggle for equal rights of sexual minorities. Events like this show the world that we're not alone.

The singer went on, "But to be accepted unconditionally and to be able to express yourself as an individual through art is such a blessing. Being a mother has shown me what it means to love unconditionally and you all in this room have showed me throughout my career what it means to be loved unconditionally".

She also posed with man of the hour Adam Rippon and Olympic athlete Gus Kenworthy. "Every time Britney Spears does a runway walk on Instagram, a little gay child gets his wings", he joked.

"You look rough", wrote one, while another added, "This screams I've been up all night partying and just stepping out with the same thing on". "Your stories are what inspire me, bring me joy and make me and my sons strive to be better people".

Previous recipients of the gong include Elizabeth Taylor, Whoopi Goldberg and Jennifer Lopez.

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