Shira Lazar and Tyler Oakley Host The "Trevor Live" Red Carpet Live Stream This December

Shira Lazar and Tyler Oakley Host The "Trevor Live" Red Carpet Live Stream This December

  • Returning for their second year in a row, our own Shira Lazar and YouTube sensation Tyler Oakley join forces to host the "Trevor Live" red carpet live stream, sponsored by Toyota Financial Services.

    The Trevor Project's annual star-studded event raises awareness and funds for programs that help lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth in crisis. This year, Shira and Tyler are preparing to interview an incredible lineup of celebrity guests, including Katy Perry, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss, Zachary Quinto, Jane Lynch and many more.

    So, mark your calendars! Tune into on Sunday, December 2 from 5 - 7pm PST and check out last year's red carpet for a peek at the excitement.

    Play your part in this year's event and tweet your questions for the celebrity at @TrevorProject with #TrevorLive!

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