How Celebrities Are Celebrating Pride Month

Pride Month is a special time of the year to celebrate individuality and the freedom for people to love who they want.

Some of our favorite celebrities are going all out to recognize self-love and acceptance this June. We're just halfway through the month, and we're already seeing some of the best celebrations that both members of the LBGTQ+ community and allies are doing to commemorate this joyful season. Keep scrolling to discover some of our favorites.

JoJo Siwa

Best known for her dancing and singing career after growing up on Dance Moms, Jojo Siwa has been branching out with all kinds of new endeavors. With her new TV series, Siwa's Dance Pop Revolution, JoJo is not just showing how she's grown up, but is also becoming a mentor to young girls who've always looked up to her. She was also part of a recent pride parade in West Hollywood, California, and will be hosting iHeartRadio's "Can't Cancel Pride" event on June 14. You can even shop her line of "Be What You Be" apparel for Pride HERE. We couldn't be prouder of her outstanding work!

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Jonathan Van Ness

We cannot get enough of Jonathan Van Ness's spectacular energy. In case you aren't already familiar with his work, he's best recognized as a part of the show Queer Eye, beginning in 2018. He now has his own Netlfix series,  Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness, has written a book and launched a haircare line. He couldn't help but share his Pride launch with the world a day early, so check out his products on Sephora and  his website now.

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Hayley Kiyoko

Hayley Kiyoko is proud to be a part of Pride. She spoke at EEEEEATS Con back in May and shared a lot about being loved and how to navigate sexuality when you're not being actively supported by those around you. Her work to promote happiness and self-love is gaining well-deserved traction.

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Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling is best known for being a '90s icon, playing Donna on the hugely popular TV series 90210. Since then, she's become a mother, writer, producer, designer and more, continuing to be an entertainment staple while proving to be an ally to queer communities. She recently collaborated with the LGBTQ+-friendly Wunderkeks bakery to develop their sprinkle-coated "The Safe Space Brownie," and joined them on Instagram to discuss the importance of being an ally.

 

Raven-Symoné and Miranda Pearman-Maday

Raven-Symoné and Miranda Pearman-Maday hosted Pride Eve together to ring Pride in right this year. The two took to their social channels to spread the word and encouraged viewers to get their own pride flags from INVIZ.tv to show their excitement and support for Pride Month. That's because 10% of all proceeds will be donated to great charities including GLAAD, The Trevor Project and Project Contrast. If you've been on the market for a pride flag yourself, be sure to check them out.

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Ashley Park

Known for her eccentric fashion tastes both in Emily in Paris and in real life, Ashley Park was spotted strutting across NYC in her fabulous Pride outfit. The black corsetted outfit and booties were perfectly accented with rainbow detailing. She's continually keeping us on our toes with her styles, and we love the ways she's celebrating Pride Month.

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Vanessa Hudgens

We love when celebrity allies are loud and proud with their love for others, and that definitely includes Vanessa Hudgens. Vanessa was the host of this year's MTV Movie and TV Awards, and she took the opportunity to emphasize the importance of allyship. She proudly wore a rainbow polka dot dress and posted "Happy Pride" to her followers from the event.

 

Dylan Mulvaney and Ian Paget

If you spend countless hours on TikTok, chances are that Dylan Mulvaney and Ian Paget are already all over your For You Page. In case you missed it, make sure to check out their Flighthouse "Finish the Lyrics" video. These two bring the best energy and are LGBTQ+ icons speaking their truths on TikTok. And who can say no to those colorful looks?

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And for more Pride inspiration, look at the rainbow fashion pieces we are really loving this June HERE.