Rosie O'Donnell, Clay Aiken, Chely Wright and Norah Jones were among the celebrities joining Cyndi Lauper's holiday-themed concert to benefit gay teens.

Lauper's Home for the Holidays concert at New York City's Beacon Theater on Sunday benefited her True Colors Fund, which fights discrimination against the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community and helps support Lauper's 30-bed True Colors Residence for homeless gay teens.

“When I first learned that up to 40 percent of all homeless youth in this country identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender I was shocked and saddened,” Lauper said in a statement. “For far too long homeless youth have not received the attention, resources and funding necessary to bring an end to this epidemic. My hope is that through this inspiring evening of music and comedy we can raise awareness and much needed funds to help these young people.”

Aiken performed My Grownup Christmas List at the event. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.) Alan Cumming performed a cover of Lady Gaga's Edge of Glory.

Also taking part in the benefit concert were Wanda Sykes, Carson Kressley, Vanessa Carlton, Angelique Kidjo, Harvey Fierstein, Deluka, Debbie Harry and Skylar Grey.

Lauper released her eleventh studio album, Memphis Blues, last year. Her upcoming single No Place Like Home for the Holidays will also benefit the fund.