Adam Lambert to perform for The Trevor Project with 'Glee' stars

Posted Nov 24, 2013 by Markos Papadatos
Grammy-nominated singer Adam Lambert is going to join the cast of "Glee" at the Trevor Project's GALA annual fundraiser, Trevor Live.
Singer Adam Lambert performing live
Singer Adam Lambert performing live
Lena Tregub, Photo Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Their live performance will take place on December 8 at the Holly Palladium, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The event is hosted by acclaimed comedienne Kathy Griffin and it raises funds for The Trevor Project, which provides aid and crisis intervention, as well as suicide prevention services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered youth. His "Glee" co-star, Jane Lynch is going to be honored by the organization this year with the "Trevor Hero Award."
Lambert has been a support of The Trevor Project in the past. According to Shalom Life, Lambert released a version of his song "Aftermath" in 2011, where its proceeds benefited The Trevor Project; moreover, he came up with an additional $43,500 after working with The Pennyroyal Studio to create his own, peace pendant. Perez Hilton's official website further indicated that his pendant was available in bronze or sterling silver and it came with Lambert's signature and "Believe in Yourself" inscribed on the back.
In addition to Lambert and the "Glee" stars, they will be joined by Wicked's Megan Hilty, as well as stage and television actor Cheyenne Jackson.
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