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Soloway and Hayes Acceptance Speeches

THE LEGACY AWARDS

The 2016 Outfest Legacy Awards combined glamour, music, comedy and fine dining, all to raise funds for the vital work of the Outfest UCLA Legacy Project. Emcee Harry Shum, Jr. of “Shadowhunters” was one of many FreeForm stars on hand to represent the LGBT-friendly network, which was honored with the Corporate Trailblazer Award, while Jill Soloway and Sean Hayes gave funny, heartfelt speeches as they received, respectively, the Visionary and Trailblazer Awards. Throw in music from Samuel Larsen, a delicious dinner from Redbird chef Neal Fraser and an auction that featured world travel and much-coveted Broadway tickets to see Bette Midler in the “Hello, Dolly!” and attendees got a once-in-a-lifetime evening.

JILL SOLOWAY
Visionary Award
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SEAN HAYES
Trailblazer Award
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FREEFORM
Corporate Trailblazer Award
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Valerie Milano is the well-connected Senior Editor and TV Critic at TheHollywoodTimes.Today, a showbiz/promotions aggregate mainly for insiders. She has written for Communications Daily, Hollywood Today, Television International, and Video Age International plus freelanced for others. Valerie donates and works closely with the Human Rights Campaign (Fed Club Council Member), GLSEN, Outfest, NCLR, LAMBDA Legal and the Desert Aids Project. She is a member of the Los Angeles Press Club. Milano loves meeting people and does so in her fave getaway Palm Springs as a member of the Palm Springs Museum of Art and the Old Las Palmas area community member. Valerie was a veteran 17-year member, and one of the "chief organizers” of the prestigious and long running, TCA: Television Critics Association’s press tour. For years Valerie was a board member and one of the chief organizers of the association. TCA press tours are “a must” for hundreds of TV critics twice a year, in Beverly Hills and in Pasadena.