The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) presented the initial installment of their annual awards in LA on Saturday night. The big winners included "Little Miss Sunshine," "Ugly Betty," and Jennifer Aniston.
During the ceremony, GLAAD handed out five of its 42 annual awards, with the rest being presented April 28th in San Francisco and May 10th in Florida.
"Little Miss Sunshine," which was up for a best picture Oscar, was honored by GLAAD as best wide-release film. Meanwhile, "Ugly Betty" won for outstanding TV comedy series, while "Brothers & Sisters" was named outstanding TV drama series.
The organization presented its Vanguard Award to actress Jennifer Aniston, and the Stephen K. Kolzak Award went to tennis great Martina Navratilova.
The GLAAD Media Awards are set to air April 21st on Logo, MTV Networks` cable channel geared to programming for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender viewers.