Rocker Cyndi Lauper has taken her gay advocacy to NBC's Celebrity Apprentice.

The 56-year-old Grammy-winning singer is playing Donald Trump's Apprentice for her LGBT charity, True Colors Fund of Stonewall Community Foundation.

“As a longtime and outspoken advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality, I felt the need to do something bold to bring everyone together to celebrate the LGBT community,” Lauper says on the group's website.

“Over the past few decades, the LGBT community has made tremendous strides, but so much more work still needs to be done. We just need to look to the recent passage of Prop 8 in California or the hate crimes that still occur all too often to know that this is the truth.”

“But, what I also know to be the truth is that if we all stand together in solidarity we can overcome the obstacles still in front of us,” she adds.

Working with the True Colors Tour, the charity has raised over $200,000 over the past 2 years for gay rights groups such as the Human Rights Campaign, CenterLink and PFLAG, the support group for parents and friends of gay men and lesbians.