Perez Hilton, Khloe Kardashian Odom, Wendy Williams and Sarah McLachalan are among the celebrities who have recorded Gay Pride videos.

The celebrities have all recorded videos for this weekend's Boston Gay Pride 2012.

“Hey, Boston Pride,” singer Sarah McLachalan says in her 1-minute video. “I want to celebrate with you this year's theme of 30 years of the worldwide Pride movement. Gay rights are human rights. And we should all be free to openly love who we choose. So I stand with you as we envision a world where we are not defined by who we are but by how we are.”

In another video, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton states: “Enjoy the music at Pride and have a fabulous time.”

“Let's get out there and do our Gay Pride thing,” The View's Whoopi Goldberg says. “You all march. Have a great day. Boston Gay Pride! Gay Pride.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

“Mazel, have fun, celebrate you,” Watch What Happens' Andy Cohen says in another video.

Other celebrities who joined in recording a video for the campaign include UK rugby star and gay ally Ben Cohen, Broadway diva Idina Menzel, talk show host Wendy Williams, comedian Lisa Lampanelli, Happily Divorced's Fran Drescher, MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts and TV personalities Khloe Kardashian Odom, Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner.