The star-studded ceremony – in association with Virgin Holidays – took place at London’s Banqueting House, and was hosted by Scissor Sisters star Ana Matronic.
Daley was named Man of the Year after coming out as gay last December, while Boy George, Graham Norton and Maureen Duffy took home prestigious Icon Awards.
Dan Osborne accepted the award for Fittest Man after impressing viewers in his leopard print speedos on Splash earlier this year. Meanwhile, Pride won the award for Best Film.
Paloma Faith and Ella Henderson – who took to the stage to perform at the ceremony – won the Music Award and Breakthrough Artist respectively. The Vamps collected the prize for Best Group.
Looking was named Best TV Series, while Modern Family and EastEnders were recognised for their positive portrayals of LGBT characters.
Conchita Wurst opened the night with a performance of her Eurovision-winning song Rise Like A Phoenix. Her victory in Malmö in May was named Attitude‘s Moment of the Year.
Other stars at the ceremony included Tulisa, Nigella Lawson Carrie Fisher and Jonathan Ross, while Naomi Campbell made a special appearance to honour Boy George.
For the third consecutive year Virgin Holidays were headline sponsors of the exclusive event, which also benefited the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
Attitude would also like to thank other sponsors and supporters of the event including Sky, Renault, Marriott, M&S, Little Miracles, Naked Wines and Hip Hotels.