Macklemore is an advocate for the LGBTQ community.
The "Same Love" rapper joins a growing list of presenters -- including Emma Stone, Lance Bass, Chloe Grace Moretz, Janet Mock and Candis Cayne -- who will speak at the Trailblazer Honors, an annual ceremony recognizing leaders who advocate for LGBTQ equality, which this year will be dedicated to the Orlando shooting victims and their families.
Ahead of the event, a bevy of stars, including Christina Aguilera, Rachel Platten, LeVar Burton, Kelly Osbourne, Glenn Close, Whoopi Goldberg, Rita Ora, Boy George and more, took part in a video advocating for stronger gun laws and solidarity with Orlando.
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Platten, and Grammy-nominated artist Mary Lambert are also slated to perform at the event, which is set to air on Logo and VH1, on Saturday, June 25 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
During the show, Macklemore will introduce members of Out Leadership as well as Charlotte, North Carolina mayor Jennifer Roberts, who has been an LGBTQ advocate amid the state's passing of the controversial anti-gay HB2 law.
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