Taylor Swift Salutes Pal Ruby Rose at the GLAAD Media Awards
Swift then posted a photo of herself and Rose kissing singer Troye Sivan, the Outstanding Music Artist, backstage, adding the caption: “My first GLAAD Awards!! So happy to present @rubyrose with the Stephen F Kolzak Award (and watch her make a touching, funny, and poignant speech) then we run into @troyesivan?!?! I love tonight.” It was also a big night for Demi Lovato, who was honored with the Vanguard Award, which is presented to “media professionals who have made a significant difference in promoting equality and acceptance.” To celebrate her latest accolade, the 23-year-old tweeted a picture of a congratulatory letter she received from former U.S. First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton earlier on Saturday. The pop star was handed her award by pal and tour mate Nick Jonas, who also took to social media, writing, “I was so humbled and honored to be in that room tonight with so many incredible people from the LGBT community… This was one of my proudest moments as her friend. To see the lives she’s touched and how she is constantly true to who she is.” Other GLAAD Media Awards winners included Bessie (Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series), Carol (Outstanding Film), Transparent (Outstanding Comedy Series), and Ricky Martin (Outstanding Spanish-Language Music Artist).