"Glee," Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, Angela Lansbury, Annette Bening Win Dorian Awards

News   "Glee," Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, Angela Lansbury, Annette Bening Win Dorian Awards
 
The Gay & Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association announced the winners of its second annual Dorian Awards Jan. 18, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Angela Lansbury
Angela Lansbury

Fox's hit musical comedy series "Glee" took home four awards, including TV musical or comedy of the year and LGBT-themed show of the year. Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch, who both recently won Golden Globe Awards for their performances on the show, tied for the Dorian Award for TV comedy performance. Series semi-regular Darren Criss, who made his "Glee" debut this season, was named the "We're Wilde About You Rising Star."

Stage and screen veteran Angela Lansbury was honored with the "Timeless Award," with Annette Bening taking home honors for film performance of the year for her work in "The Kids Are All Right."

Other stage veterans who were honored include Michael C. Hall for his work on "Dexter." "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work," the documentary about the Tony Award-nominated actress and comedienne, was also awarded. "Easy A," written by Dog Sees God playwright Bert V. Royal, was named unsung film of the year, with "Burlesque," the film musical starring Cher and Christina Aguilera, being named "Campy – Intentional or Not – Film of the Year."

The Italian-language film "I Am Love" was named film of the year, "I Love You Phillip Morris" the LGBT-themed film of the year, and "The Good Wife" took TV drama honors.

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