Taylor Swift will quickly be honoured on the 31st Annual GLAAD Awards. The distinguished awards present will happen in April.

Taylor Swift was some of the highly effective ladies of 2019. The singer not solely launched her new album Lover however she additionally stood up towards Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta. Whereas she nonetheless fights for her music, she additionally prompted the waves for her help in the direction of the LGBTQ neighborhood. She made her help loud and clear in her 2019 launched tune You Want To Calm Down. The music video featured individuals from all walks of life. Given her fixed help in the direction of the LGBTQ neighborhood, Taylor is being honoured on the 31st Annual GLAAD Awards. 

Individuals experiences that the singer, together with Janet Mock, shall be honoured with Vanguard Award and Stephen F. Kolzak Award for his or her work throughout the LGBTQ neighborhood. For the unversed, the Vanguard Award is awarded to those that have helped make a major distinction in selling acceptance of LGBTQ individuals. The awards will happen on April 16. 

“From boldly standing up towards anti-LGBTQ elected officers to shining consideration on the pressing want to guard LGBTQ individuals from discrimination by the Equality Act, Taylor Swift proudly makes use of her distinctive skill to affect popular culture to advertise LGBTQ acceptance,” GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis stated in an announcement, Individuals reported. 

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Taylor’s honour makes the headlines days after she was noticed on the Golden Globes 2020. The singer was nominated on the 77th Golden Globe Awards for her function in Cats. She made her option to the awards present along with her beau Joe Alwyn. Learn all about it right here: Golden Globes 2020 Pink Carpet: Cats star Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn stun at 77th Golden Globes Awards

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