Charlize Theron donned a black jumpsuit to link up with Leonardo DiCaprio at Saturday's GLAAD Media Awards in LA. They were accompanied by host of the festivities, Drew Barrymore, who brought along her husband, Will Kopelman. An Emilio Pucci-clad Kirsten Dunst joined Elle Fanning, in Lanvin, for the night out, which raised money to support LGBT equality. Also on hand was Jennifer Lawrence, who debuted a new short hairdo. Jennifer, who wore a sexy sheer David Koma dress, buddied up with her Silver Linings Playbook executive producer Harvey Weinstein on stage at one point, too.
Charlize also had fun backstage with the special honoree of the night, Bill Clinton, who was presented with the advocate of change award by surprise guest Chelsea Clinton. The evening also included a playful auction in which Betty White and Magic Mike star Alex Pettyfer took the stage to auction off a kiss to the highest bidder. Kelly Rowland and Darren Criss completed the star-studded festivities with live performances on stage.
At the GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles, celebrity stylist Brad Goreski spoke with entertainment reporter Matthew Rodrigues about his gay role models Madonna and RuPaul, gay rights, and what he thinks are the hot Summer trends.
Josh Hutcherson was honored with the Vanguard Award tonight in downtown LA at the GLAAD Media Awards. The celebration honored actors, entertainers, TV shows, and films that have helped support the LGBT community through their work. Joshua Jackson, Milla Jovovich, Betty White, Ali Larter, and Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi were also in attendance to lend their support to the cause. Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson was yet another guest of honor and accepted an award on behalf of his hit sitcom during the ceremony.
We caught up with Josh on the press line to talk about his campaign for Straight Not Narrow, which is geared toward combating homophobia, and the most inspiring letter he received from a teen who was touched by its message. We also spoke with him about the news that Francis Lawrence, the director behind Water For Elephants and I Am Legend, will helm Catching Fire. Josh admitted to us that he hasn't yet met Francis but expressed excitement about working with him on the second installment of the franchise, which is set to hit theaters in the Fall of 2013. Stay tuned for Monday's PopSugar Rush to watch more of our interview with Josh and catch all the highlights from the 2012 GLAAD Awards!