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Ryan Murphy's friends with Hollywood's hottest ladies -- and last night's dinner honoring him at the amFAR Gala in Los Angeles had no shortage of mega-watt stars.

Gwyneth Paltrow, Emma Roberts, Lady Gaga and Lea Michele were just some of the gorgeous gals who got gussied up to pay tribute to the fame screenwriter.

The 49-year-old writer/director/producer was honored with the Award Of Inspiration from the Foundation For AIDS Research for his contributions to entertainment as well as for his help in the fight against AIDS.

For the glittering gala, Gwyneth, who has guest starred on Glee, donned a long and shimmery Ralph & Russo gown. Emma, who has starred in American Horror Story and stars on Scream Queens, was blooming in a floral dress that highlighted her fair complexion. Lady Gaga turned up the glam with a demure dusty rose gown and a beehive hairdo.

Other than a dinner and feasting on some celeb eye candy, the night included a performance by Gaga, who has been lighting up the small screen in American Horror Story: Hotel.

The big-voiced, big glamour singer performed Nancy Sinatra's "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" as well as her own song, "Til It Happens To You."

She paid tribute to the dark writer when she said onstage, "Since I met Ryan, I have rediscovered something in myself, and it's my favorite part of me so thank you. I think it's because you appreciate the part of me my Christian guilt is mortified by."

Some of the other famous famous at the event included Lea Michele (who is still going strong with her boyfriend Matthew Paetz), Angela Bassett, Matt Bellamy (and his new girlfriend Elle Evans), Sarah Paulson, Diane Kruger, Joshua Jackson, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Evan Peters, Denis O'Hare and more.

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