"LOGO NEWNOWNEXT AWARDS 2013" WINNERS ANNOUNCED
Hosted by Aisha Tyler, Live Telecast
Premieres Monday, April 15 at 10/9C on Logo
LOS ANGELES, CA - April 15, 2013 - Some of today's hottest emerging and seasoned talent in film, television, fashion and music came together at The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, CA on April 13 for the "Logo NewNowNext Awards 2013."
Now in its sixth year, the "Logo NewNowNext Awards" have earned a reputation for breaking new ground in pop culture. The highly praised and always unpredictable telecast is one big party that grants the gay stamp of approval to pop culture icons and trendsetters as well as stars-on-the-rise and celebrates what's hot in TV, music, film and fashion for 2013 and beyond. The "Logo NewNowNext Awards 2013," hosted by Aisha Tyler, premieres Monday, April 15 at 10/9C on Logo.
As voted on by the public, the winners of the "Logo NewNowNext Awards 2013" are the following:
· Next Mega-Star: Andrew Rannells ("The New Normal," NBC)
· Next Must-See Movie: Man of Steel, Warner Bros.
· TV You Betta Watch: "Scandal," ABC
· Most Addictive Reality Star: Reza Farahan, "Shahs of Sunset," Bravo
· Best New Indulgence: George Takei on Facebook
· Beyond Style: Jennifer Lawrence in Dior (Oscars)
· Cause You're Hot: Barry Sloane, "Revenge," ABC
· Superfan Site: grumpycats.com
· That's My Jam: Ke$ha, "C'mon," Kemosabe Records/RCA Records
· Coolest Cameo: Johnny Depp, 21 Jump Street, Sony Picts.
· Host with the Most: Chelsea Handler, "Chelsea Lately," E!
· Foreign Import of the Year: One Direction
· Hottest, Sexist Ink: Adam Levine
· Best New Do: Charlize Theron
· Most Innovative Charity of the Year: Born This Way Foundation
* Complete list of nominees below
In addition to the fan-voted awards, TV host and media mogul Chelsea Handler presented eight-time GRAMMY Award-winning artist and dynamic entrepreneur Fergie with the "Always Next, Forever Now" Award, Kylie Minogue received the "Dance Floor Hero" Award, and Selena Gomez was on hand to accept the "Triple Play" Award for her achievements in television, film and music.
Electro-pop artist Penguin Prison DJ'ed the fiercely entertaining show, and the night was filled with explosive, live performances from Ke$ha, indie pop duo Tegan and Sara, alternative rock band New Politics and rising pop sensation Asher Monroe.
The show also featured presenters including Skyler Astin (Pitch Perfect), Azealia Banks, Tamar Braxton, Ciara, Tabatha Coffey ("Tabatha Takes Over"), Perez Hilton, Ross Mathews, Heather McDonald ("Chelsea Lately"), Chad Michaels ("RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race" winner), Adam Pally ("Happy Endings"), Pauley Perrette ("NCIS"), Carrie Preston ("True Blood," "The Good Wife"), Naya Rivera ("Glee"), RuPaul ("RuPaul's Drag Race") and Jake Shears.
The night was filled with outrageous antics and memorable moments, including the show's opening that featured beloved "RuPaul's Drag Race" stars Serena ChaCha, Alyssa Edwards, Manila Luzon, Honey Mahogany, Coco Montrese and Vivienne Pinay along with Michael Rooker from AMC's "The Walking Dead" in a zombie-filled musical extravaganza.
The W Hotels Backstage Lounge played host to exclusive celebrity interviews at this year's awards and was the first stop for winners. Inspired by the design of W Hollywood, one of the W brand's global flagship properties, which combines old Hollywood glamour with modern, cutting-edge design, the W Hotels Backstage Lounge was an insider's escape for the night's hottest stars.
The "Logo NewNowNext Awards" are Executive Produced by Brent Zacky and Christopher Willey for Logo. Michael Dempsey of Dempsey Productions serves as Executive Producer and Director.
For more information on the "Logo NewNowNext Awards 2013," visit NewNowNext.com. For up-to-date "Logo NewNowNext Awards 2013" news and exclusives, like the Logo Facebook page or follow Logo on Twitter at @LogoTV and #NNNAwards.
Complete List of Nominees for the 6th Annual "Logo NewNowNext Awards":
Next Mega-Star (6)
· Allison Williams ("Girls," HBO)
· Andrew Rannells ("The New Normal," NBC)
· Dave Franco (Warm Bodies, Summit Ent.)
· Julianne Hough (Safe Haven, Relativity)
· Kerry Washington ("Scandal," ABC)
· Rebel Wilson (Pitch Perfect, Universal)
Next Must-See Movie (6)
· Fruitvale, Weinstein Company
· Man of Steel, Warner Bros.
· Pacific Rim, Warner Bros.
· Star Trek Into Darkness, Paramount
· The Great Gatsby, Warner Bros.
· The Heat, Fox
TV You Betta Watch (6)
· "Catfish: The TV Show," MTV
· "House of Cards," Netflix
· "Scandal," ABC
· "The Americans," FX
· "Veep," HBO
· "Workaholics," Comedy Central
Most Addictive Reality Star (5)
· Abby Lee Miller, "Dance Moms," Lifetime
· Kris Jenner, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," E!
· Naomi Campbell, "The Face," Oxygen
· Reza Farahan, "Shahs of Sunset," Bravo
· Tamar Braxton, "Tamar & Vince," WE tv
Best New Indulgence (5)
· "Arrow," CW
· Betty F$!king White on Twitter
· George Takei on Facebook
· "Real Husbands of Hollywood," BET
· Vine App on Twitter
Beyond Style (6)
· Adele in Christopher Bailey for Burberry (MTV Music Awards)
· Elle Fanning in Rodarte (Rodarte Campaign)
· Jennifer Lawrence in Dior (Oscars)
· Kelly Rowland in Georges Chakra (Grammy's)
· Kendall Jenner in Sherry Hill (Sherry Hill Fashion Show)
· Michele Obama in Jason Wu (State of the Union)
Cause You're Hot (6)
· Adan Canto, "The Following," Fox
· Barry Sloane, "Revenge," ABC
· Henry Cavill, Man of Steel, Warner Bros.
· Mahershala Ali, "House of Cards," Netflix
· Richard Madden, "Game of Thrones," HBO
· Stephen Amell, "Arrow," CW
Superfan Site (5)
That's My Jam (6)
· Bruno Mars, "When I Was Your Man," Atlantic Records
· Ke$ha, "C'mon," Kemosabe Records/RCA Records
· Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, "Can't Hold Us," Macklemore
· P!nk feat. Nate Reuss, "Just Give Me a Reason," RCA Records
· Solange Knowles, "Losing You," Terrible Records
· Tegan and Sara, "Closer," Vapor/Sire Records
Coolest Cameo (6)
· 2 Chainz, "2 Broke Girls," CBS
· Adam Levine, "American Horror Story," FX
· Joan Collins, "Happily Divorced," TV Land
· Joe Biden, "Parks and Recreation," NBC
· Johnny Depp, 21 Jump Street, Sony Picts.
· Ryan Reynolds, Ted, Universal Picts.
Host with the Most (6)
· Chris Hardwick, "Talking Dead," AMC, "The Nerdist," BBCA
· Chelsea Handler, "Chelsea Lately," E!
· Heidi Hamilton, "That Sex Show," Logo
· Michelle Buteau, "Best Week Ever," VH1
· Padma Lakshmi, "Top Chef," Bravo
· Stephen Colbert, "The Colbert Report," Comedy Central
Foreign Import of the Year (4)
· Benedict Cumberbatch
· Maggie Smith
· Nicholas Hoult
· One Direction
Hottest, Sexiest Ink (6)
· Adam Levine
· Colin Kaepernick
· David Beckham
· Zoe Saldana
Best New Do (6)
· Anne Hathaway
· Charlize Theron
· Justin Bieber
· Miley Cyrus
· Nicki Minaj
· Robin Wright
Most Innovative Charity of the Year (6)
· Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice
· Born This Way Foundation
· Housing Works
· It Gets Better Project
· The Point Foundation
Logo celebrates one-of-a-kind personalities, unconventional stories and discovering what's next-all through a mix of original and acquired entertainment that's smart, provocative and loaded with attitude. Entertaining a social, savvy audience of gay trendsetters, Logo also attracts a straight audience that wants to be ahead of the curve. Launched in 2005, Logo is in over 52 million homes across the United States, and is complemented by a federation of online properties, including LogoTV.com, NewNowNext.com, AfterEllen.com, TheBacklot.com, and DowneLink.com. Logo is part of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB), which features a roster of popular and highly targeted brands that include MTV, Comedy Central, VH1 and Spike TV.