Demi Lovato Shows Big Balls & Taylor Swift Surprises At GLAAD Awards

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The GLAAD Media Awards can be counted on for quotable speeches and one or two great celebrity appearances. This year's kudos fest, held Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, outdid itself. You want A-list LGBTQ allies? Presenters Taylor Swift and Zendaya, and Vanguard Award recipient Demi Lovato should do the trick (and Demi's Nick Jonas dick joke went above and beyond).

Looking for a who's who of trans trailblazers? Caitlyn Jenner was just one of many. How about a coming-out moment? Lilly Wachowski made her first appearance since she was all but forced out as transgender last month by tabloid speculation — an event she chose to celebrate as she accepted the Outstanding Drama Series Award for Sense8.

Click through for those and other highlights of the night with honorees Queen Latifah, Ruby Rose, and more. The whole show will be broadcast on Monday night on Logo at 10 p.m. EDT.
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"What people don't know about me is, I know that you all love Nick Jonas," Demi Lovato joked after Jonas presented her with the Vanguard Award. "But I actually have a bigger dick than he does."
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"So happy to present @rubyrose with the Stephen F Kolzak Award (and watch her make a touching, funny, and poignant speech) then we run into @troyesivan?!?! I love tonight," Taylor Swift wrote of seeing the Outstanding Music Artist winner.
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Orange is the New Black star and DJ Ruby Rose received the Stephen F. Kolzak Award, which is given each year to a media professional who has made a difference by promoting equality and acceptance.
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"I couldn't stand to go through life without all you girls around," Caitlyn Jenner said to her new trans friends. I Am Cait was honored with a co-win for Outstanding Reality Program.
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Am Jazz, starring 15-year-old Jazz Jennings (right), tied for Outstanding Reality Program.
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Queen Latifah accepted the Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series award for Bessie.
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"Ta-dah!" Lilly Wachowski said as she took the stage to accept the Outstanding Drama Series award for Sense8. It was her first red-carpet appearance since coming out.