Out Magazine held its 19th-annual 100 Awards ceremony this past Friday at New York's Terminal 5, celebrating influential members of the gay community who have made a positive impact over the past year. The show drew two big names to its nineteenth annual event: Mariah Carey and Debbie Harry.
"Mariah Carey and Debbie Harry gave us the ultimate lesson in Diva, bringing a little finesse and a lot of glamour with them to this years OUT100," said Bruce Starr, a co-founder of BMF, the company behind the show's production.
"We were so excited that Mariah Carey and Debbie Harry could be at this years Out100, produced by BMF Media, to honor LGBTQ leaders. We loved that these ladies brought with them a little finesse and a lot of Diva," said Brian Feit, BMF's other co-founder.