Celebrities are starting Pride Month positively this year with a cheerful greeting. Celebrities are showing their support as both allies and members of the community in honor of the month-long celebration of love, acceptance, and identification for LGBTQ+ voices.
While new anti-LGBTQ+ and anti-drug laws have been put into effect, celebrities including Lizzo, Pedro Pascal, Jamie Lee Curtis, Gabrielle Union, and others have been outspoken in their opposition to them.
Pride Month 2023 Celebration Of Famous Celebs
In 2023, celebrities are also marking Pride Month in new ways. Niecy Nash and Jessica Betts, a married couple, displayed their love in all its glory on May 31 at The Hollywood Reporter’s second annual Raising Our Voices, which promotes openness and diversity.
While posing for photos on the red carpet, the couple kissed, giggled, and shared tender glances.
On the first day of Pride Month, producer Bonnie-Chance Roberts and How to Build a Girl star, Beanie Feldstein announced their engagement. And on June 4, a group of famous people appeared in the West Hollywood Pride Parade.
Now let’s have a look at how celebrities are celebrating Pride Month 2023. Continue reading to see who and how are celebrating Pride Month.
She appeared on the Pride Parade on June 4, 2023, in West Hollywood, California wearing a headband that says “Say Gay.”
She performed at a concert, LA Pride, on June 10, 2023, which was a part of the city’s Pride Month 2023 celebrations.
Kit Connor And Joe Locke
They took part in Capital Pride in Washington DC, where Locke appeared in a red shirt and Connor in a black suit on June 10 on a float.
Niecy Nash And Jessica Betts
Niecy Nash and Jessica Betts were spotted smooching at the West Hollywood WeHo Pride Parade 2023 on June 4.
They were wearing a rainbow-themed dress and were riding in a car across the street where the Parade went.
She was founded at the 2023 WeHo Pride Parade riding a float on June 4, 2023, in West Hollywood, California.
She sang on a float riding through the streets at the LA Pride Parade on June 11. Her loud and proud songs made their way down the streets of Hollywood.
Singer Betty celebrated Pride Month as a part of the White House’s Pride Month 2023 celebration on June 10.
The Australian pop star sang at the event and wrote on Instagram that she was so proud of being a member of the LGBTQ+ community.
Alexandra Shipp And Scott Evans
Alexandra Shipp and Scott Evans were also part of the West Hollywood parade. The film stars celebrated their Pride Month with fans and were so excited to see the smiles and happiness of the LGBTQ+ community.
Evans wrote that he missed the last Pride Month celebrations, and this year he came to enjoy the event keeping everything away. According to Evans, the celebration and the WeHo parade was the best feeling he ever had.
The model and actor Laith Ashley was another well-known figure who appeared in the WeHo Parade.
The singer performed in the WeHo Parade on June 2, 2023, in West Hollywood, California.
The American drag performer took part in a party hosted by Virgin Hotels Nashville and Derck Todd in Nashville as a celebration of Pride Month 2023.
Garcelle Beauvais And Sutton Stracke
Garcelle Beauvais and Sutton Stracke, the stars from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills also appeared together at the West Hollywood Parade on June 4, 2023.
She celebrated Pride Month 2023 with a speech in Chicago since she was on the Eras Tour. She encouraged her fans to vote for the people who support the LGBTQ+ community in the upcoming election and said supporting the queer needs to be beyond Pride Month.
Beanie Feldstein And Bonnie-Chance Roberts
The newly married couple Beanie Feldstein and Bonnie-Chance Roberts started their Pride Month by revealing their wedding plans to Vogue.
The marriage took place on May 19 and was a magical and inspiring moment for them as they dreamt of it.
The drag queen performer Shangela celebrated her 2023 Pride Month with a dazzling appearance at the WeHo Pride event conducted on June 2, 2023, in West Hollywood.
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