Christina Aguilera became the first star on the The Abbey's Gay Walk of Fame during the legendary bar's highly-anticipated grand re-opening on Wednesday night.

The West Hollywood bar and eatery honored Aguilera for her positive contributions to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.

Wearing little more than lacy black lingerie, the 30-year-old singer received thunderous applause as she placed her hands and feet in cement.

“Thank you so much for welcoming me here tonight. I'm so happy to be here with all of you. To new beginnings!” she told the rowdy crowd.

Earlier this month, the singer's Beautiful topped a poll of most empowering LGBT songs.

The poll, which was conducted by the UK gay rights group Stonewall, asked respondents which track of the last decade they felt had the most empowering message.

Thirty-three percent gave their nod to Aguilera's 2003 hit.

In the video for Beautiful, two men kiss and hold hands in public. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

In acknowledging the honor, Aguilera said “my gay fan base is so important to me and this continues my special relationship with them.”