Published: Fri, April 13, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Laurence Reese

Britney Spears Receives the GLAAD Vanguard Award

Britney Spears Receives the GLAAD Vanguard Award

"You know, Britney Spears, I think she's so incredible", he shared. Jennifer Lopez, Cher, Antonio Banderas and Demi Lovato are among the award's past recipients.

In presenting the award, out singer Ricky Martin said that Spears "fights for acceptance in her own way". She could be one of those stars with a huge LGBTQ following that says nothing and does nothing.

Spears thanked her family, friends and fans for their support and noted that her role as a mother taught her "what it means to be loved unconditionally".

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She then went on to say that society has "put such an emphasis on what's normal" these days, before she added: "To be different is unusual and seen as odd".

"I now have an OVERWHELMING desire to post Instagram fashion shows, google stock imagines of corn, and paint on the balcony of my dorm in the Olympic village".

Throughout her career, Britney has consistently shown love to the LGBT community. It's such an honor to be here. I just wanted let you know that I am a fan, I am not in denial, and that you are THE MOST FUN! "Halle Berry is here...thanks for making everyone look ugly", she said. Parsons spoke of being nervous while applying to grad schools in the late 90s, the era of teenage Britney Spears. Wanda Sykes, the night's host, joked, "Britney has broken the show". "She broke the damn show".

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Her speech received resounding cheers from an audience, which included Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon and Pentatonix singer Scott Hoying, who were thrilled to see the pop singer and reflect on her impact on them. Kenworthy, Rippon and Spears fangirled over each other on Twitter during the Winter Olympics. Other winners announced during the ceremony were NBC's This Is Us (Outstanding Drama Series), the "Thanksgiving" episode of Netflix's Master of None (Outstanding Individual Episode), and Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Outstanding Comedy Series).

Logo will broadcast the awards on Wednesday, April 18 at 8pm ET/PT.

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