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NewNowNext Awards

The NewNowNext-Awards is an American annual entertainment awards show, presented by the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender-themed channel Logo. Launched in 2008, awards are presented both for LGBT-specific and general interest achievements in entertainment and pop culture.


The nominees were announced by Cazwell and Amanda Lepore. Hosts were Candis Cayne and Colman Domingo. Music Acts were The Cliks, Dangerous Muse, Cyndi Lauper and Lady Gaga (making her TV debut).

Production Co: Pro - Active Entertainment Group



The 2009 awards show was hosted by RuPaul on May 21 at the Hiro Ballroom at the Maritime Hotel in NYC. The show aired on LOGO on June 13. The "Always Next, Forever Now Award" was presented to Britney Spears. Performers included Morningwood, Storm Lee, The Fire and Reason and The Paradiso Girls.



The 2010 NewNowNext Awards were held in Los Angeles and premiered on June 17, 2010 on Logo. Niecy Nash and Cheyenne Jackson co-hosted the awards show.



The 2011 NewNowNext Awards were presented on April 7, 2011 and were hosted by James Van Der Beek. The awards telecast premiered on Logo on April 11.[1]

Nominees and winners

Winners designated in bold

Brink of Fame Actor:

#zOMG Internet Award

  • @CarrieFFisher on Twitter (tie)
  • (tie)
  • Mike Tompkins
  • Sassy Gay Friend

TV You Betta Watch

Best New Indulgence

Most Addictive Reality Star

'Cause You're Hot

Next Must-See Movie

Brink of Fame Music Artist

Always Next, Forever Now Award: Lady Gaga



Next Mega Star

Brink-of-Fame: Music Artist

  • Azealia Banks (Interscope Records)
  • Childish Gambino (Glassnote Records)
  • FUN. (Atlantic Records)
  • Jessie J. (Universal Republic Records)
  • Neon Hitch (Warner Bros. Records)
  • Rebecca Ferguson (Columbia Records)

Most Addictive Reality Star

Cause You're Hot

Beyond Style Award

Best New Indulgence

Next Must-See Movie

TV You Betta Watch

Superfan Site Award




Next Mega-Star

  • 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

  • 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

  • “Catfish: The TV Show,” MTV
  • “House of Cards,” Netflix
  • “Scandal,” ABC
  • “The Americans,” FX
  • “Veep,” HBO
  • “Workaholics,” Comedy Central

Most Addictive Reality Star

  • 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

  • “Arrow,” CW
  • Betty F$!king White on Twitter
  • George Takei on Facebook
  • “Real Husbands of Hollywood,” BET
  • Vine App on Twitter

Beyond Style

  • 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

  • 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

  • f$!

That’s My Jam

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Benedict Cumberbatch
  • Maggie Smith
  • Nicholas Hoult
  • One Direction

Hottest, Sexiest Ink

  • Adam Levine
  • Adele
  • Colin Kaepernick
  • David Beckham
  • Rihanna
  • Zoe Saldana

Best New Do

  • Anne Hathaway
  • Charlize Theron
  • Justin Bieber
  • Miley Cyrus
  • Nicki Minaj
  • Robin Wright

Most Innovative Charity of the Year

  • Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice
  • Born This Way Foundation
  • Housing Works
  • It Gets Better Project
  • OutServe-SLDN
  • The Point Foundation


External links

  • Official site
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