How All Of Our Favorite Celebs Celebrated NYC Pride

Happy Pride everyone! As most of you know, June is Pride Month, a time to celebrate and support the rights, culture, and contributions of the LGBTQ+ communities all over the world. It’s celebrated each year during the month of June to commemorate the Stonewall Riots in 1969, a significant turning point for the LGBTQ+ community, and a time where we are reminded each and every year how important it is to stand up for marginalized communities.

This past weekend, thousands of people got together to march in the Pride Parade in NYC’s Greenwich Village, creating a rainbow spectacle that you could probably see from space. They danced, sang, marched, and brought it this weekend, so we wanted to show you how some of our favorite celebs and icons celebrated.

Lady Gaga, grammy winning musician and longtime LGBTQ+ advocate

Photo taken from Instagram

Photo taken from Instagram

Tennis legend and LGBT activist Billie Jean King serving as grand marshal in the parade

Photo taken from Getty

Photo taken from Getty

Cynthia Nixon - our favorite new gubernatorial candidate and hero for Mirandas everywhere 💖- marching hand in hand with her wife, Christine Marinon

Photo taken from Andres Kudacki/Associated Press

Photo taken from Andres Kudacki/Associated Press

Jonathan Van Ness - Queer Eye royalty, stylist, and self care aficionado marching with Smirnoff

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Photo taken from Instagram

Designer Alexander Wang on the Trojan float

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Photo taken from Instagram

13 Reasons Why cast members, Kate Walsh, Tommy Dorfman and Brandon Flynn reunited for Pride festivites

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Photo taken from Instagram

Victoria Justice looking very cute on amfAR and Amazon’s float

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Photo taken from Instagram

There were so many amazing photos from these weekend but these are just a few of our favorites! Until next year, keep fighting the good fight (*and looking damn good while you do it).

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