Jennifer Lawrence Goofs, Darren Criss Sings and ‘Perks’ Wins Big at 2013 GLAAD Media Awards


glaadawards-042213Jennifer Lawrence showed off her new shorter hair over the weekend at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards.

Jennifer joined Harvey Weinstein on stage to present an award to President Bill Clinton and during their presentation, she showed off that hilarious personality we all love. In between the scripted banter, Jennifer joked about falling at the Oscars and then messed up when saying Clinton’s name. We love that she has a good sense of humor about herself.

“Glee” star Darren Criss took the stage to perform Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit “Call Me Maybe” with a twist while Stephen Chbosky was joined by Logan Lerman, Johnny Simmons and Mae Whitman to accept the award for Outstanding Film – Wide Release.

Click inside for more pics and a full list of winners…

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Advocate for Change Award: Bill Clinton, presented by Harvey Weinstein and Jennifer Lawrence

Stephen F. Kolzak Award: Steve Warren, presented by Leonardo DiCaprio and Charlize Theron

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Outstanding Film – Wide Release: The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Summit Entertainment), accepted by writer-director Stephen Chbosky with Logan Lerman, Johnny Simmons and Mae Whitman

Outstanding Comedy Series: The New Normal (NBC), accepted by co-creators Ryan Murphy and Allison Adler with Andrew Rannells, Justin Bartha, Georgia King, Jayson Blair, NeNe Leakes

Outstanding Individual Episode: “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Me What to Do” Raising Hope (Fox), accepted by show creator Greg Garcia with Cloris Leachman, Shannon Woodward

Outstanding TV Movie or Mini-Series: American Horror Story: Asylum (FX), accepted by show creator Ryan Murphy

Outstanding Daily Drama: Days of Our Lives (NBC), accepted by: Freddie Smith

Outstanding Talk Show Episode: “At Home with Neil Patrick Harris, His Fiancé David Burtka, & Their Twins” Oprah’s Next Chapter (OWN)

Outstanding Los Angeles Theater: The Children by Michael Elyanow