Dua Lipa, Frank Ocean and Harry Styles among nominees for British LGBT Awards
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The shortlist of nominees for the British LGBT Awards has been announced, celebrating celebs, activists and businesses who have championed LGBT rights in the past 12 months.

Dua Lipa, Frank Ocean, Jess Glynne and Rita Ora are among musicians up for the ‘music artist’ award.

‘LGBT+ celebrity’ nominees include Laverne Cox, Cara Delevigne, Demi Lovato and Colton Haynes, while Harry Styles, James Corden, Annie Lennox and David Beckham are among those fighting it out for the ‘straight ally’ category.

“The 2018 NatWest British LGBT Awards shortlist showcases a range public figures and famous straight allies who use their platform to enhance the rights of the LGBT community,” says Sarah Garrett, British LGBT Awards founder, revealing that it’s “set to be the biggest British LGBT Awards to date”.

Last year’s host Alan Carr spoke out, saying: “It is a fantastic event that does so much to celebrate people in the LGBT community who are making a real difference, as well highlighting the straight allies who give their much-needed support. It is always a glitzy and fabulous affair with some very special moments.”

The awards will take place on May 11 at London’s Marriott Grosvenor Square.

Check out the full list of nominees below.

Anna Friel Annie Lennox Ariana Grande David Beckham Dawn French Harry Styles James Corden John Bishop Nick Jonas Victoria Derbyshire

Cara Delevingne Colton Haynes Demi Lovato Laverne Cox Matt Lucas Paul O’Grady Rylan Clark Sarah Paulson Sean Hayes Susan Calman

Craig Revel-Horwood Edward Enninful Graham Norton James Ingham Janet Mock Kate McKinnon Mark Foster Sandi Toksvig Stephen Fry Sue Perkins

Dua Lipa Frank Ocean Hayley Kiyoko Jess Gylnne Kehlani P!nk Pvris Rita Ora Tegan & Sara Troye Sivan

Connor Franta Hannah Hart Munroe Bergdorf Natasha Negovanlis Orion Carloto Dr. Ranj Singh Riyadh Khalaf Stevie Boebi Tommy Dorfman Tyler Oakley

Australia says “yes” Bill Potts joins ‘Dr Who’ Cyrus comes out on ‘Andi Mack’ ‘In a Heartbeat’ animated short film Justin Trudeau apologises to the LGBT+ community Laverne Cox on Cosmopolitan magazine’s front cover ‘Moonlight’ wins an Oscar Olly Alexander and the BBC’s ‘Growing up Gay’ ‘Star Trek Discovery’ features a same-sex couple ‘Will & Grace’ makes comeback

Copenhagen, Denmark Berlin, Germany Buenos Aires, Argentina Gothenburg, Sweden Madrid, Spain Palm Springs, Usa Reykjavik, Iceland Taipei, Taiwan Tel Aviv, Israel Tokyo, Japan

Allout Born This Way Foundation Diversity Role Models Gendered Intelligence London Gaymers Manchester Pride Outdoor Lads Outright International Pride in London Switchboard

Amazon Converse M&Ms Mccain Playboy Qantas Skittles Smirnoff Starbucks YouTube

Anna Cross, Barclays Emma Carey, MSB Jo Coughlan, MUFG Laura Hinton, PwC Mark Barnett, Mastercard Peter Madden, Arcadis Peter Markey, TSB Simon Burton, House of Lords Susan Allen, Santander Warwick Matthews, Rolls-Royce

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Antonia Belcher, MHBC Create Ed Fairhurst, Shell Emiro Mendoza, Carat Emma Goodford, Knight Frank Geoff Godwin, AiG Jonathan Mcclelland, M&G Investments Kelly Canterford, Jll Luca Sale, Amazon Narind Singh, Clifford Chance Pips Bunce, Credit Suisse

Ben Cawley, Standard Chartered Bank Chris Howard, Epam & Capgemini Dunni Alao, Ministry of Defence Emily Sendall, Deloitte John Dickinson, Tesco Jonathan Andrews, Reed Smith Julia Atwater, Atos Leng Montgomery, Sainsbury’s Melanie Jackson, National Grid Ryan Bleach, Nomura

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Army Channel 4 Deloitte EY HSBC UK Mi5 Pinsent Masons Travelodge Viacom Visa

Alice Wallace – Opening Doors London Ethan Spibey – Freedom to Donate John O’doherty – Rainbow Project NI Lewis Oakley – Bisexual Activist Linda Riley – Diva Magazine Paris Lees – Transgender Activist, Journalist Phyll Opoku-Gyimah – UK Black Pride Ruth Hunt – Stonewall Steve Taylor – LGBTI Activist, Pride Leader Susie Green – Mermaid

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08/02/2018 20:23:00
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