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All the winners from The Virgin Holidays Attitude Awards 2018, powered by Jaguar

The great and good of the LGBT+ community and its allies were honoured at Camden Roundhouse on Thursday night (11 October).

By Will Stroude

The Virgin Holidays Attitude Awards, powered by Jaguar saw some of the biggest names pack out London’s iconic Camden Roundhouse on Thursday night (11 October) to celebrate the great and good of the LGBT+ community and its allies.

Supporting the newly-created Attitude Magazine Foundation, the annual awards are dedicated to honouring those who inspire and make change, make LGBT+ lives easier, influence and entertain, or quite simply give us life.

Attitude Awards winners are those who use their platform to show how talented and diverse our great community is, and, whether they identify as LGBT+ or not, take the time to fight our corner.

Check out our round-up of all the night’s winners below:

The Legend Award, supported by Virgin Holidays – Ricky Martin

The Music Award – Jess Glynne

The Culture Award – Tituss Burgess

Attitude’s Honarary Gay Award – Little Mix

The Hero Award, supported by Jaguar – Courtney Act

The Style Award – Dean & Dan Caten, DSquared2

The Icon Award – George Takei

The Music Icons Award – Boy George and Culture Club

The Inspiration Award – Judy and Dennis Shepard, The Matthew Shepard Foundation

The (Accidental) Allies Award – The Russian national football team

The Sport Award, supported by Jaguar – Adam Rippon

The Comedy Award – Julian Clary

Man of the Year, supported by Virgin Holidays – Edward Enninful

The November Awards issue of Attitude is out now.

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