Caption These Sarah Paulson and Tig Notaro Pics from the Impact Awards Gala

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Comedienne and celesbian extraordinaire, the one and only Tig Notaro hosted the the annual Impact Awards gala in Beverly Hills, CA over the weekend. The awards are given by The Family Equality Council each year as a way to “recognize individuals and companies that have made outstanding contributions to supporting the wellbeing of LGBTQ families.” This year’s honorees included the creators of Transparent, Target, and longtime Family Equality Council supporters Jonathan Murray and Harvey Reese.

At the event, which was held at the Beverly Hills Wilshire Hotel, Tig Notaro and Sarah Paulson shared some adorable stage and camera time together. We challenge you to caption these photos:

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Family Equality Council’s Impact Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Getty Images

 

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Family Equality Council’s Impact Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Getty Images

The pair hammed it up together for a while on stage, where Tig thanked Sarah for the Emmy she should have rightly won, and Sarah joked about their lack of witty banter.

 

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Family Equality Council’s Impact Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for Family Equality Council

 

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - MARCH 11: Actress Sarah Paulson (L) and comedian Tig Notaro onstage at the Family Equality Council's Impact Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on March 11, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for Family Equality Council )

Family Equality Council’s Impact Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for Family Equality Council

 

Of course, these ladies weren’t the only honorees, just the cutest. Here are the full details directly from the Family Equality Council press release:

Actress Julie Bowen presented the award to Transparent Writer Our Lady J on behalf of Jill Soloway, and Kim Kardashian presented the award to Jonathan Murray and Harvey Reese, who have proven themselves to be vocal advocates for LGBTQ youth and families. TV Personality Ross Mathews also presented an award to Target for their work demonstrating an unwavering commitment to diversity and inclusivity for all people, particularly in regards to the LGBTQ community.

Other attendees including Family Equality Council CEO Stan Sloan and Co-Chairs Sarah Paulson, David Marshall Grant, and Stuart Bell; Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Kyle Richards and Mauricio Umansky, Dorit Kemsley, Camille Grammer, Erika Jayne and Lisa Vanderpump; Grey’s Anatomy Jason George; Major Crimes Kearran Giovanni; Supergirl’s Brenda Strong; Robbie Rogers, Actor Nate Corddry; Academy Award Nominated Actor Lesley Ann Warren; Cassandra French’s Finishing School’s Jessica Renee Russell; X-Men’s Bruce Davison; Star Trek’s Mary Chieffo; Perez Hilton; Transparent’s Alexandra Billings; VP of Product Development for Target Alexis Kantor and more were treated to special performances by Cheyenne Jackson and Michael Arden.

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