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23rd GLAAD Media Awards Honor Lady GaGa, Oprah and 'DWTS'

March 25, 2012 (2:32 pm) GMT
The New York portion of the annual awards revealed most of the categories' winners including outstanding music artist, reality TV program and show episode.
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The 23rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards on Saturday, March 24 feted , "" and among others. The New York portion of the event that honors stories of LGBT people and issues was hosted by and of "".

As many as 27 categories' winners were announced at this ceremony. GaGa took home outstanding music artist for her album "" while Oprah was honored for her talk show episode "Coming Out on the Oprah Show: 25 Years of Unforgettable Guests".

Winning the Outstanding Reality Program was "Dancing with the Stars" which included its first transgendered contestant, Chaz Bono. The trophy was accepted by openly gay Season 13 contestant Carson Kressley. In the film category, "Pariah" won the outstanding film award. The film follows a Brooklyn teenager who juggles conflicting identities and risks friendship, heartbreak, and family in a desperate search for sexual expression.

Other winners and honorees are "", "" executive producers, and openly gay teen Katy Butler. The New York awards recipients can be seen on the official site while the remaining categories will be revealed April 21 in Los Angeles and June 2 in San Francisco.







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