Lady Gaga, Adam Lambert, Barbra Streisand, the cast from Glee and Margaret Chou are among the artists vying for the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards.

Lady Gaga, who has led a one-celebrity campaign against the military's ban on open gay service, received six nominations, including Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album nominations for The Fame Monster and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the single Bad Romance.

“Woah!!!,” Lambert tweeted to his nearly 800,000 followers. “Just got the news! A Grammy nomination?!?! I'm floored and honored. There are no words ...”

The 28-year-old, openly gay singer's hit single What'aya Want From Me received a nomination in the Best Male Pop Vocal Performance category.

The cast of the Fox musical-comedy hit series Glee received a Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals nomination for their cover of Journey's Don't Stop Believin'.

Gay faves Barbra Streisand and Margaret Chou also scored nominations. Streisand's Love is the Answer will compete in the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album category, while Cho Dependent has been nominated in the Best Comedy Album category.

The Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on CBS on Sunday, February 13.