GLAAD Media Awards 2019 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on May 06, 2019

Kittens, it was a night of queer glamour as the stars came out for the GLAAD Awards in all their finery!

 

 

Adam Rippon

This looks pretty great. Or maybe we’re just reacting to the decent fit in the pants, which is something he’s had difficulty managing. We’re not feeling the satin cuffs, though.

 

 

Billy Porter

WERQ, BITCH.

We want to say he’s too much, but the fact of the matter is, he’s exactly the right amount. This is fun. Our only problem is that all the reds mismatch and there’s too much of a weight differential between the two textiles.

 

 

Gus Kentworthy and Matthew Wilkas

Cute. Personally, as a couple, we don’t think we’d choose to wear such similar suits if we were opting to step outside the box. If we had to choose, we think Matthew’s is the better of the two. Gus’s fits him better, though.

 

 

Indya Moore, Dominique Jackson and Mj Rodriguez

HEY LADIES

 

 

Indya Moore in Calvin Klein

As we said last time we featured them, the body-baring in their fashion is a very deliberate and intentional choice on their part and we think it’s a fabulous choice. Having said that, we don’t love the colors of this dress and it doesn’t look like much more than some draped sheers. We’d like a bit more drama in the design.

 

 

Dominique Jackson by Adrian Alicea

It’s dramatic and well-suited to her but we don’t love the print. It’s a little too wallpaper.

 

 

Mj Rodriguez in J. Mendel

It’s got that relaxed, vaguely ’70s vibe that really suits her. We just don’t love that mint green.

 

 

Jonathan Van Ness

We’ll be the bitches who continue to be astonished that this is the grooming expert of the bunch. We’re all for his big gay exuberance, but these pieces simply look terrible.

 

 

Rachel Brosnahan in Ralph & Russo

The suit is fantastic, if a little snug. We just can’t get behind the hair; style or color. It doesn’t suit her at all.

 

 

Shangela

This superstar hosted the entire event to rave reviews. Of all the queens who have passed through the werk room door on RuPaul’s Drag Race, she is the one most likely to become the next RuPaul. The dress is fairly red-carpet standard. Not the most colorful look for a drag queen but she’s trying to hit a certain level of mainstream polish here. We don’t love that the bodice is sheer and (not to sound like Michelle Visage or anything) we wish she’d worn some sort of waist-cincher.

 

 

 

 

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