Photos: Women of the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in L.A.

Photos: Women of the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in L.A.
Sunnivie Brydum

It was a typically star-studded night at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday, and while former President Bill Clinton's speech kind of stole the spotlight, our eyes were glued to the numerous lovely ladies who graced the red carpet and the stage.

Newly minted Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence teamed up with Leonardo DiCaprio to introduce Clinton and present the former president with his Advocate for Change award, with nary a mention of the fact that Clinton was the commander-in-chief who gave us Don't Ask, Don't Tell, and the Defense of Marriage Act. (A heckler in the audience tried to call Clinton out on that hypocrisy, but it seems the former president didn't hear.)

Charlize Theron rocked the red carpet with her sexy faux-hawk, and out comic Fortune Feimster strutted down the carpet with actor Heather McDonald. Naya Rivera, best known for playing everyone's favorite lesbian cheerleader on Glee, looked stunning in a curve-hugging rose-colored gown, and Kelly Rowland rocked the house with a stellar performance clad all in white. The Real L Word's Kacy and Cori Boccumini strode down the carpet hand-in-hand, and even actors Betty White and Cloris Leachman went a little gay for the event — as you'll see in the image below. Check out some of our favorite shots from last night's event on the following pages.

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Naya Rivera silently speaks to what gives her courage.

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The Real L Word's Kacy and Cori Boccumini find strength in one another.

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Out Gossip frontwoman Beth Ditto was all smiles at the GLAAD Media Awards.

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Django Unchained star Nichole Galicia finds courage in support (like the support that must be necessary to fill out that dress... Va va voom!)

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Out actor Sarah Gilbert opted for a more dressed-down look, which paired nicely with her fiancee... 

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Songwriter Linda Perry, who attended with her soon-to-be wife, Sarah Gilbert.

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Heroes star Ali Larter was also on hand.

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Rebecca Gayheart, star of the camp classic Jawbreaker, will once again team up with director Darren Stein for the forthcoming G.B.F. (Which we presume stands for "gay best friend.")

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Fortune Feimster (right) walked the red carpet with her "office wife" and fellow Chelsea Lately alum, Heather McDonald.

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Extra! host Maria Menounos strutted down the red carpet in this stunning two-tone gown.

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Actors Teri Polo (left) and Sherri Saum cozied up before the awards, clearly getting in character for their upcoming roles in The Fosters, a lesbian parenting sitcom helmed by Jennifer Lopez. 

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Actor Rumer Willis strikes a pose on the red carpet.

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Sure, Bill Clinton tried to look dapper in that fedora, but he couldn't hold a candle to Charlize Theron's ever-present radiance. 

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Kelly Rowland performed a powerful rendition of her David Guetta track, "When Love Takes Over."

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Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence looks right through to your soul.

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Actors Alyssa Brooks (left) and Kat Graham look, well, bitchin' in black.

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Chelsea Clinton surprised her father onstage at the GLAAD Awards, where the former president gave a speech thanking his daughter and her gay friends for helping him understand the importance of equality. 

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Laura Michelle looked gorgeous in a brown gown with striking cutouts and teal accents. 

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