Naya Rivera, who plays a gay student on Glee, and Josh Hutcherson, currently appearing in The Hunger Games, have won NewNowNext Awards.
The fifth annual show was taped in front of a live audience at the legendary Avalon in Hollywood. All-gay cabler Logo will premiere the show Monday at 10PM.
Rivera, 25, beat out nominees Channing Tatum, Henry Cavill, Jessica Lange, Paula Patton and Novak Djokovic to take home the Cause You’re Hot award.
The 19-year-old Hutcherson picked up the Next Mega Star award, beating out nominees Michael B. Jordan, Lizzy Caplan, Elizabeth Olsen and Emily VanCamp.
Other winners include Neon Hitch (Brink-of-Fame: Music Artist), Nadia G (Most Addictive Reality Star), GCB (TV You Betta Watch), The Avengers (Next Must-See Movie) and Revenge (Best New Indulgence).
The show was hosted by Kelly Osbourne, who shared the Beyond Style Award with Andrej Pejic. Adam Lambert performed the title track to his upcoming studio album Trespassing.
Source: On Top Mag
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From slushie-stained clothing to potentially fatal incidents, the cast of Glee knows a thing or two about the dangers of bullying. Now series stars Naya Rivera and Cory Monteith have partnered with GLAAD and The Weinstein Company — the studio behind Bully, a controversialnew documentary — for a pair of short, efficient anti-bullying PSAs. EW has an exclusive first look at the clips.
In each video, Rivera or Monteith reveals a shocking statistic — three million students are absent each month because they feel unsafe at school — before telling viewers how they can take a stand against bullying. Both finish by urging PSA-watchers to visit thebullyproject.com, Bully‘s official website. Watch both clips below.