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Lea Michele, Lily Collins, Sofia Vergara and Eva Longoria Glam Up Glamour Awards

May 30, 2012 (9:03 am) GMT
Michele, Collins, Vergara and Longoria collect one prize each at 2012 Glamour Women of the Year Awards, along with the other winners such as Kelly Rowland, Jessica Alba and Viola Davis.

, , and jetted off to London for 2012 Glamour Women of the Year Awards on Tuesday, May 29. Those female stars were joined by the likes of , , and .

"" actress Michele looked ravishing in a one-shoulder long gown, while "" beauty Collins opted for a knee-length green dress. " star Vergara and "" actress Longoria looked fresh in their red and orange numbers respectively.

The four ladies added one trophy each to her collections during the event. Michele grabbed a prize for US TV Actress, Collins took home Breakthrough title, Vergara nailed Comedy Actress, while Longoria was hailed the Inspiration.

"It really is so lovely to be back home in England, I grew up here, I'll never forget being in the countryside and stealing my mum's magazines," Collins said. As for Vergara, she gushed, "This is bl***y amazing! I'm so happy to be here, Glamour, thank you! To be part of this with all these glamorous people is amazing. Thank you so much, I hope to be back again."

Other winners included Rowland (TV Personality), Alba (Entrepreneur), Davis (Film Actress), (Best Band), (Solo Artist), (Icon), Minogue (Outstanding Contribution) and (Man of the Year).






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