Lady Gaga was part of a star-studded Sunday night, as the singer was honored at the Trevor Project's annual benefit and award show.

Gaga received the Trevor Hero Award, while Google was recognized with the Trevor 2020 Award at the benefit, held at the Hollywood Palladium in Hollywood, Calif.

The Trevor Project is the nation's leading non-profit organization that focuses on suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth.

Our young people are at the center of a health crisis, and vocal leaders like Lady Gaga and technology leaders like Google Inc. have stepped up to help change our culture, interim Executive Director and CEO David McFarland said in a statement.

Presenting the Trevor Hero Award to Gaga was the family of Jamey Rodemeyer, the 14-year-old Buffalo, NY teenager who committed suicide in September after years of bullying from school kids over his sexuality.

Jamey Rodemeyer, 14 yrs old, took his life because of bullying . . . bullying must become illegal. It is a hate crime, Gaga wrote on her Twitter in September.

The Trevor Project Live award show happened just hours after Gaga wrote on her Twitter about Jonah Mowry, a bullied gay teenager who made a moving and inspiring notecard video back in August.

I'm not going anywhere, because I'm stronger than that. I have a million reasons to be here, Mowry revealed in the video, which has been viewed by more than 2 million people on YouTube.

Please everyone, take a moment to watch this. This is why I work so hard, this is why its wrong to hate . . . Thank you Jonah for being brave enough to share your story + showing us strength. You matter to millions. #TellYourStory #EndBullying, Gaga wrote via Twitter on Sunday morning.

Sunday's Trevor Project Live show was full of Hollywood power, thanks to stars like Miley Cyrus, the Glee cast and LeAnn Rimes. Queen Latifah even got into the holiday spirit by performing a rendition of Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.

Twitter was also buzzing with Trevor Project messages, as several stars showed their support online throughout the night.

Heading to the event. Please remember we are all created equal. Period! No matter what, we are all the same, wrote Christina Applegate.

So happy to be at the Trevor Project Live event tonight. Marvelous event for a wonderful cause, added Glee star Darren Criss.

Had fun performing with @Davidburtka tonight at the @TrevorProject's Trevor Live. A powerful night. An amazing group of people. #grateful, wrote Neil Patrick Harris, who performed with his longtime partner David Burtka.

Several stars also stopped by the Trevor Project Live red carpet photo booth, posing with inspirational messages like You are not alone and Be proud of who you are.

Founded in 1998, The Trevor Project provides a 24/7 nationwide suicide prevention hotline, as well as the Dear Trevor Q&A resource, TrevorChat and the social networking community TrevorSpace.

Also in attendance at Sunday's award show: Josh Duhamel, Fergie, Amy Adams, Zac Efron, Michelle Pfeiffer, Amber Heard, Jane Lynch, Zoe Saldana, Ricki Lake, Zachary Quinto, Will Arnett, Christina Hendricks, Jessie Tyler Ferguson among others.

Click through for photos and highlights from The Trevor Project Live 2011 benefit and award show.