Billy caught the eye in a pale pink blazer with a long train, and matching trousers.
The Pose star, who won the Man of the Year award at the bash, recently said he was ‘completely free’ of shame after speaking out about his HIV diagnosis.
Strike a pose: Duncan and Billy appeared delighted to be in each other’s company after attending the Attitude Awards
Suited and booted: Duncan looked dapper in black suit trousers and a matching waistcoat which he teamed with a crisp white shirt
He told Attitude: ‘For my whole life. You know, my religious family, God bless them, sent me to a psychologist when I was five years old because I was too much of a sissy.
‘The only thing I know is shame. So, to have that lifted, and to be free from shame, it’s mind-boggling. For the first time, I’m learning how to live for myself.’
On moving to New York in 1991 in the midst of the AIDS crisis, he added: ‘The only thing we knew was sex equalled death. So, good luck. Horrible. And it’s only now that I’m in a space where I can actually process what we’ve been through.
‘It’s, like, oh, we went through some shit, and I’ve been traumatised. It took a minute for me to understand that.’
Wise words: Billy told Attitude: ‘The only thing I know is shame. So, to have that lifted, and to be free from shame, it’s mind-boggling. For the first time, I’m learning how to live for myself’