Adam Lambert and Liam Payne win at the 2015 Attitude Awards

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Adam Lambert and Liam Payne won gongs at the 2015 Attitude Awards.

Solo artist and Queen frontman Adam Lambert and One Direction’s Liam Payne have both been honored with awards from Attitude Magazine.

The full list of winners has been revealed following last night’s ceremony, which took place at The Banqueting House in London.

‘Ghost Town’ sensation Adam Lambert scooped up the ‘International Album’ award for his latest record ‘The Original High’.

The icon will also feature on the cover of the November 2015 edition of the British gay lifestyle magazine.

Meanwhile, heartthrob Liam Payne won the ‘Sexiest Man Of The Year’ accolade, a compliment that didn’t go unnoticed.
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Years And Years, who took home the ‘Album Of The Year’ title, and singer Jess Glynne, who won the ‘Music Breakthrough’ prize, were also honored during the ceremony.

2015 Attitude Award Winners:

Man Of The Year – Evan Davis

Music Award/International Album – ‘The Original High’, Adam Lambert

Album Of The Year – ‘Communion’, Years And Years

Actor Of The Year – Cyril Nri

TV Personality Of The Year – Antony Cotton

Icon Award For Outstanding Achievement – Yoko Ono, Holly Johnson and April Ashley

Sexiest Man Of The Year – Liam Payne

TV Moment Of The Year – James Hill and Austin Armacost

Style Hero – Vivienne Westwood

Most Stylish Man – Oliver Cheshire

Media Recognition Award – ‘The X Factor’

Greatest Moment Of The Year – Ireland’s YES Voters

Honorary Gay – Lorraine Kelly

Young LGBT Entrepreneur – Pierre and Adrien Gaubert

Active Award – England Women’s National Football Team

Politician Of The Year – Mhairi Black

Ally Award – Reggie Yates

Breakthrough Performance – Rebecca Root

Community Award – 56 Dean Street

Legend Award – Alexander McQueen

Editor’s Special Award – Keegan Hirst

Music Breakthrough – Jess Glynne

Book Of The Year – Alan Cumming

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