As New York inches closer to possibly legalizing gay marriage, singers Adam Lambert and Lady Gaga tweet their support.

Lambert, the 29-year-old openly gay runner-up of American Idol season 8, messaged on Sunday to his more than 1 million followers a link to his website featuring a quote from comedian-actress Liz Feldman: “It's very dear to me, the issue of gay marriage. Or, as I like to call it: 'marriage.' You know, because I had lunch this afternoon, not gay lunch. I parked my car, I didn't gay park it.”

“Exactly,” Lambert said. “If we want to progress as a society we have to begin to focus on how we are the same and not how we're different.”

Last week, Lady Gaga rallied her 11 million Twitter army of followers to fight for New York's proposed legislation, and specifically targeted undecided Senator Mark Grisanti of Buffalo.

“Attention Little Monsters URGENT,” she messaged with a link to a Human Rights Campaign (HRC) page urging proponents to voice their support for the legislation. “Call your senators, and help legalize Gay Marriage in NY TODAY. Justice.”

(Related: Assemblyman Dov Hikind ironically asserts that Lady Gaga nearly convinced him on gay marriage.)