Linda Perry Moves 'The Talk' Hosts to Tears and Raises Awareness of Programs at the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center

Musician Linda Perry appeared on The Talk today and discussed her involvement with the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center, and their upcoming annual event “An Evening with Women.”  Perry talked about the center's work with LGBT youth, providing counseling and shelter to homeless teens, but also the services provided to LGBT seniors.  While there, she gave very moving performances of 'Letter to God' and 'Beautiful,' a song she wrote and made famous by Christina Aguilera.  Some of the hosts, such as Sharon Osbourne, were even moved to tears.  Watch Linda Perry’s performances below.

Since it premiered two years ago, the hosts of The Talk have brought viewers continued coverage of positive LGBT stories, including wearing purple on Spirit Day as a sign of support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth.  Linda Perry is currently dating host Sara Gilbert, the couple attended the GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles on April 21.  Perry will be headlining 'An Evening with Women,' an event benefiting the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center on May 19 along with Wanda Sykes, Samantha Ronson, Courtney Love and the band Camp Freddy.

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