Stars Come Out for
Gay Hollywood convened to honor Glee creator Ryan Murphy and the film The Kids Are All Right at the London Hotel in West Hollywood Friday night for a fund-raiser to benefit Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. The following pages feature photos of the night's many special guests, including gala hosts Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet of Modern Family, Ed Harris, Jane Lynch, and pop star Nelly Furtado.
The atmosphere on the London rooftop in West Hollywood
Oscar-winner Dustin Lance Black with actor Ed Harris; Harris's wife, Amy Madigan; and their daughter Lily
Emmy-winner Jane Lynch
The Kids Are All Right director and honoree Lisa Cholodenko
Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson (left) poses with James Duke Mason, actor and gay son of Belinda Carlisle.
Modern Family costars Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson host the evening's award ceremony.
Dustin Lance Black gives an inspirational speech.
Jane Lynch presents the 2010 PFLAG Outstanding Television Award.
Glee creator and Eat Pray Love director Ryan Murphy accepts the 2010 PFLAG Outstanding Television Award.
The John Burroughs High School Glee Club (of Oprah fame) performs Madonna hits "Vogue" and "4 Minutes."
NCIS's Pauley Perrette presents the 2010 PFLAG Outstanding Motion Picture Award.
Director Lisa Cholodenko accepts the award for Outstanding Motion Picture for The Kids Are All Right.
Executive producer Daniel Sladek accepts a surprise award for his work on the Lifetime drama Prayers for Bobby.
Pop star Nelly Furtado closes the ceremony with an acoustic set of her newest songs.