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John Stamos, Cory Monteith, Naya Rivera auction off $15,000 kisses at GLAAD AwardsJohn Stamos, Cory Monteith, Naya Rivera auction off $15,000 kisses at GLAAD Awards

WATCH: John Stamos, ‘Glee’ Stars Kiss to Raise $15,000 for GLAAD

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Ever dreamed of kissing John Stamos, Cory Monteith and Naya Rivera all in one night? Well, three lucky people had the chance this past weekend at the 23rd Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation Media Awards (GLAAD) in New York City.

All three celebs helped raise $15,000 by auctioning off kisses. First, Monteith and Rivera, stars of ‘Glee’ and hosts for the evening, each auctioned off a kiss at $5,000 each. Stamos couldn’t resist and got in on the action by giving a kiss for $5,000 as well.

While two lucky men kissed Stamos and Rivera, Monteith puckered up for Megan Hilty, star of NBC’s “Smash.” Wonder if girlfriend Lea Michele was jealous? Probably not, since it was for a good cause.

Rivera also tweeted her excitement, “$15,000 for kisses?! Yay! New record!”

The money raised benefits GLAAD’s mission to raise awareness for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. The awards celebrate the images of the LGBT community throughout entertainment and media.

“Dancing with the Stars” won Outstanding Reality Show, while Lady Gaga took home an award for Outstanding Music Artist. Here is a complete list of winners.

Other celebs in attendance included Russell Simmons, Dakota Fanning, Harvey Weinstein, Cheyenne Jackson, Tracey Gold and Carson Kressley.

Watch below, to see all the smooching that went down!

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