R&B/dance legend Deborah Cox and pop songstress Lauren Jauregui will headline the Trevor Project’s 2018 TrevorLive Gala, a night to support the non-profit’s mission to decrease LGBT youth suicides, at the Beverly Hilton ((9876 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills) on Dec. 2 at 6 p.m.
“I have such great love for the LGBTQ community and I am truly honored to be a part of such an important evening and join in supporting the crucial life-saving work of The Trevor Project,” Cox said in a statement.
Jauregui, who identifies as bisexual, added: “I’m honored to be joining fellow LGBTQ activists as we celebrate the work of The Trevor Project over the past 20 years. Every single young person has the right to live a life full of love and compassion without discrimination. TrevorLIVE will be an evening of looking toward a brighter future and further using our voice to make a difference.”
Ryan Murphy, the cast of “Pose,” actress Amandla Stenberg and AT&T will be honored at the ceremony. Eugene Lee Yang will host the show. Expected attendees include Emma Roberts, Jussie Smollett, Dan Levy, LeeAnne Locken, Cameron Esposito and more.