Host Aisha Tyler said she was dressed as one-half of a lesbian couple — or gay couple, because she’s “just masculine enough.” She donned this androgynous outfit while tearfully introducing out married members of the military who were fighters against DADT.
Ke$ha won the That’s My Jam award for her song “C’mon” and said she was happy to keep us all dancing in the clerb. The bisexual singer also performed the piano-laden “Love into the Light” at the end of the show, and she can sing!
Naya Rivera was there, and we liked it.
Tegan and Sara did a rousing rendition of their single “Closer,” complete with an intro from bisexual MC Azealia Banks, who was wearing an outfit made by lesbian-hemled fashion couture co. Chromat. That’s a triple lesbian score, for those counting at home.
Tabatha Coffey tried to out-bitch Ross Matthews, and was successful.
Bisexual Fergie was awarded Always Next, Forever Now and spoke about her dedication to all her gay BFFs and the LGBT community at large while receiving her award. Bonus points for the Kids Incorporated shout out.
In case you missed the awards, you can watch the entire thing right here!
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