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Tom Daley commanded attention as he walked the red carpet at the 2022 British LGBT Awards in London on Friday, before winning the Sports Personality gong.
The Olympic diver, 28, exhibited his edgy sense of style in an unmissable yellow blazer which he layered above a sparkly mesh vest and black leather trousers.
Having become known for his fun red carpet outfits, he completed his look with chunky black lace-up boots and a chic chained cross-body bag.
Emerging: Tom Daley commanded attention as he walked the red carpet at the 2022 British LGBT Awards in London on Friday, before winning the Sports Personality gong
Sportsman Tom and the first all-male Strictly Come Dancing couple John Whaite and Johannes Radebe were named among the winners at the ceremony.
Vogue director Edward Enninful, 50, and US singer Alicia Keys, 41, also took home gongs at the star-studded bash, with world-renowned fashion icon and champion of diversity Edward being handed the Global Media Trailblazer prize while Alesha was handed the Celebrity Ally of the Year accolade.
Journalist Edward said: 'I am so honoured to be part of the 2022 LGBT Awards, especially as the UK celebrates 50 years of pride.
'Growing up as a young, black gay man in West London, I could only have imagined the day when events like this would celebrate people like me, and the other incredible trailblazers recognised tonight.
Trendy: The Olympic diver, 28, exhibited his edgy sense of style in an unmissable yellow blazer
Looking good: Having become known for his fun red carpet outfits, he completed his look with chunky black lace-up boots and a chic chained cross-body bag
Out of this world: He continued his look with a sparkly mesh vest and black leather trousers
'My hope is that we all continue to push for positive change for the next generation.'
Held in association with Tesco and Macquarie Group, and hosted by comedian and much-loved TV presenter Sue Perkins, the British LGBT Awards is the UK's biggest LGBT+ awards event which celebrates the best British and international talent from the community, as well as the allies and organisations who support them.
Alicia was awarded the Celebrity Ally of the Year award by singer Lulu, 73, beating Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe after a public vote.
Alicia has used her platform to address her hope for better freedom of expression for future generations.
Proud: Strictly Come Dancing couple John Whaite (right) and Johannes Radebe (left) were named among the winners
Joining via video link the multi-award winning music star said: 'On a personal level, I'm honoured to accept this award tonight.
'I've been blessed to know all kinds of people since I was a little girl and fortunately exposed to the beauty and richness of diversity. That's all colours, all religions, all styles, all beliefs, all loves, all people.
'Believe me, I know that hate is taught and judgement is taught, but we are the light and we are the love. I sometimes can't believe how much hate there is to overcome, but where there is light and love, darkness and hate cannot exist.
Winner: World-renowned fashion icon and champion of diversity, Vogue director Edward Enninful, 50, was handed the Global Media Trailblazer prize
'I know the powerful LGBTQI+ community has a lot to fight for, stand up to and care about - so just like all of you here tonight, I am here with you to keep showing up, representing and reminding each other we are not alone.
'You'll never be alone and we have to show each other we're all here for each other, let's scream at the top of our lungs everyone deserves love, kindness, equanimity and most of all respect! Period, end of story.
'Of course we've come a long way but there's so much more to do and there's so much more that has to happen, but that's why ceremonies like this are so important.'
Tom collected the Swinton Insurance Sports Personality of the Year award having been a force for activism and LGBT+ inclusion.
Coming out on top: Alicia was awarded her prize by singer Lulu, 73, beating Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe after a public vote
The sportsman has spoken out against anti-LGBT+ laws and better sports inclusion, while Olympic legend Dame Kelly was a surprise presenter on the night for the Celebrity Award, won by Lady Gaga, having just broken a 34-year silence to tell the world she's openly gay.
Pop legends Steps were handed the Music Artist of the Year award while Julian Clary, 63, was named as the winner of the TV personality category, and presenter Rylan Clark, 33, as Broadcaster of the Year.
Strictly Come Dancing duo Johannes Radebe, 35, and John Whaite, 33, were handed the Media Moment of the Year prize by show judge Shirley Ballas, having been the first male same-sex couple on the show.
Hitmakers: Pop legends Steps were handed the Music Artist of the Year (L-R: Claire Richards, Ian 'H' Watkins, Faye Tozer and Lee Latchford-Evans)
The pair dedicated their couples' choice semi-final performance during the 2021 series to the experience of growing up gay.
Meanwhile, BBC Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts, 43, won Role Model of the Year following her brave fight back against bowel cancer.
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