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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEWS: Gay Parade Revelers Reveal Hollywood Stars They'd Like "Gay For A Day"

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Jun. 13 2010, Published 12:15 p.m. ET

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Drag queens, bare chested human butterflies, the young and old -- they all came out to show support at the 40th annual LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Pride Parade in West Hollywood, California Sunday, and was there to catch all the action.

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Gloria Allred waved from the back of a convertible, and co-Grand Marshal Kelly Osbourne (she shared the honor with mom Sharon Osbourne) gave a shout out to as she passed by on her large rainbow-colored float.

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Sharon & Kelly Osbourne Face Anti-Gay Protesters's Jessica Campbell was front and center to get the pulse of the crowd, and what we wanted to know was --  "If you could turn one person gay for one day, who would it be?"

The men went for sexy and completely delicious Hollywood hunks like Mario Lopez and Mathew McConaughey, though one Pride attendee was more specific saying that Jake Gyllenhaal was his tempting choice but only if he wore the "Prince of Persia" wig.

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Drag queen extraordinaires Ms. Vajay Jay and Ms. Mosey Pornwood named Jason Statham as their fantasy.

The full figured Natifa exclaimed President Obama as her top pick adding, "We need to get some black gayness up in the White House."

Two other sexy lesbian parade participants playful teased and fought over Madonna and Lady Gaga.

And one feisty blonde left no doubt about who she'd like to be "gay for a day."  She chose Anne Hathaway sending a personal message of, "Come to momma baby, we're here for you; you can come."



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