Miley Cyrus, Josh Hutcherson, Katy Perry + More: 10 Celebs Celebrating LGBT Pride

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June is Pride Month, and we put together a list of some of our fave celebs who are also major LGBT rights supporters. Some are gay and some aren’t, but aim to be allies to the LGBT community and help kick intolerance to the curb. Who are your fave celebs who like to show a little Pride? Let us know in the comments!

+ Lady Gaga

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Would a list for Pride Month be complete without our infamous Lady Gaga? Lady Gaga is a major spokeswoman for gay rights, including speaking out against Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and putting together her own anti-bullying org, the Born This Way Foundation.

+ Adam Lambert

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“American Idol” runner-up Adam Lambert came out loud and proud and has been very vocal of LGBT rights ever since. He’s the first openly gay man to hit the numero uno spot on the album charts, thanks to his brand-new album “Trespassing.”

+ Miley Cyrus

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The recently-engaged Miley Cyrus isn’t just thinking about her upcoming marriage to Liam Hemsworth — for some time, she’s been thinking about same-sex marriage as well. She showed her support of same-sex marriage by getting an equal sign tattoo on her finger and has repeatedly spoken up for marriage equality.

+ Daniel Radcliffe

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When he’s not playing Harry Potter, Daniel Radcliffe’s using the magic of his words and understanding to further LGBT rights. Along with talking about marriage equality, the Brit has gotten involved with the effort to prevent LGBT teen suicide. The Trevor Project gave him the much-deserved Hero Award.

+ Katy Perry

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Katy Perry‘s pro-acceptance song “Firework” shows two men kissing in her music vid, but she hasn’t just shown her support through her art. Katy’s made her stance clear by saying, “I voted No on [California’s gay marriage amendment] Prop 8, of course.”

+ Josh Hutcherson

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Peeta — I mean, uh, Josh Hutcherson, had two gay uncles and tragically lost them both to AIDS. This has made the fight for LGBT rights especially personal to the “Hunger Games” hunk, who’s really involved with the group Straight But Not Narrow. It definitely shows you don’t have to be LGBT to get involved.

+ P!nk

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Who doesn’t love jamming to P!nk‘s song “Raise Your Glass”? People involved with LGBT rights are jamming to it and loving its message, too — did you notice there’s a same sex marriage in the vid? P!nk said she was inspired to have that in the music video after her best friend married her wife.

+ Christina Aguilera

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Showing LGBT peeps in music vids is all the rage now, but you didn’t see two men kissing all the time when Christina Aguilera released “Beautiful” in 2002. So that gives us the G from LGBT, but her video also gets the T for transgender, because the beauty of a transgender person is shown as well. Xtina won a GLAAD Media Award for the great vid and message.

+ Anne Hathaway

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We’ll soon be seeing Anne Hathaway as Catwoman in “The Dark Knight Rises,” but who here remembers her in the uber important film “Brokeback Mountain”? Anne does more than get involved with LGBT films, though — she’s spoken out publicly for gay rights and left the Catholic Church because she felt the church wasn’t accepting of her gay brother.

+ Lance Bass

Photo: Lance Bass host the CB2 annual pride kick off party with The Trevor Project. (Emmett Loverde)

Lance Bass came out after the heyday of ‘NSYNC, and since then has been dedicated to speaking out about LGBT rights. Lance told us last year, “I am fortunate enough with my career that I can speak out to the masses and hopefully be a part of initiating change.” He’s involved with the Trevor Project and we can already see the change he’s making.

Who are your fave celebs who like to show a little Pride? Let us know in the comments!

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