Tony Award winner Bernadette Peters poses on the carpet of the GLAAD Media Awards in New York. She was also a presenter at the ceremony.
Emmy-winner and fashion designer Carson Kressley arrives at the 2012 GLAAD Awards, put on by the organization seeking to raise public awareness of LGBT people and issues.
Glee actor Cory Monteith arrives at the GLAAD Media Awards. He hosted the ceremony.
Actress Dakota Fanning poses at the GLAAD Media Awards.
Model Isis King poses at the GLAAD Media Awards. King was the first transgender contestant on America's Next Top Model.
Jay Manuel, of America's Next Top Model fame, walks the red carpet at the 23rd annual GLAAD Awards.
Figure skater Johnny Weir poses on the red carpet. In his memoir, Welcome to My World, published last year, Weir officially came out as gay, citing a string of gay youth suicides as his reason.
Megan Hilty, known for her roles as Glenda in Wicked on Broadway and Ivy Lynn on NBC's Smash, attended the GLAAD Awards Saturday.
Micah Jesse, the face behind celebrity gossip site micahjesse.com, attends the GLAAD Awards. Jesse is a spokesperson for the It Gets Better campaign, and he is aligned with the WWE and the Creative Coalition's Be A STAR campaign, which promotes anti-bullying initiatives.
Glee's Naya Rivera poses on the red carpet at the GLAAD Media Awards. Rivera's character on the hit Fox show struggled this season with coming out to her conservative family.
Top Chef star Padma Lakshmi poses on the GLAAD Media Awards red carpet Saturday.
Peter Ross, Ted Allen
Photographer Peter Ross and Ted Allen (best known as the food and wine connoisseur on Bravo's Queer Eye, now the host of Food Network's Chopped) attend the 23rd annual GLAAD Media Awards.
Russell Simmons attends the 23rd annual GLAAD Media Awards. Simmons was a presenter for “Outstanding Film – Limited Release.”
Daytime talkshow host Wendy Williams attends the 23rd annual GLAAD Media Awards.
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