See How Your Favorite Celebs Are Celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride Month 2021

From JoJo Siwa to Laverne Cox, these are the celebrity members and allies of the LGBTQ+ community who are recognizing Pride Month with uplifting messages of acceptance and self-love.

By McKenna Aiello Jun 05, 2021 1:19 AMTags
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'Cause baby you were born this way!

Every June, the LGBTQ+ community and its allies come together to recognize the strides we've made towards equality and celebrate the power of diversity. After last year's Pride went mostly virtual due to the pandemic, participants will get to reunite in person at Pride events being held across the nation and around the world. 

As the month continues, celebrities like JoJo Siwa, Laverne Cox, Jessica Biel, Lady Gaga and Jonathan Van Ness have taken to social media with uplifting messages about what the LGBTQ+ community means to them. 

Neil Patrick Harris shared a photo of his and husband David Burtka's twins, 10-year-old Harper and Gideon, to Instagram, writing, "Happy Pride Month! I'm so crazy proud of these two - that they live in a world of boundless possibility - it just makes my heart swell and my smile grow. Celebrate your truth this month. There's a lot of good out there."

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Celebrate with E! News as we bring you the stars recognizing Pride 2021 in our gallery below: 

Alan Cumming

"The lovely people at @pairofthieves are giving 50% of sales or their Good Fit Pride range (which I'm wearing here, Lala not included) to @trevorproject to help provide free and confidential crisis support services for LGBTQ youth in need!" the actor shared on Instagram

Megan Fox

"Putting the B in #LGBTQIA for over two decades @moveon @intoactionus #pride," the actress shared on Instagram

Zoe Kravitz

"proud AF," the Big Little Lies star captioned her selfie. "HAPPY PRIDEEEEEEEEEEEE."

Miley Cyrus

In honor of Pride, Peacock and the pop star teamed up for Miley Cyrus Presents Stand By You, a special concert event streaming now.

Sutton Stracke

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star hosted a Pride event at her West Hollywood boutique The Sutton Concept with Queer Eye star Jai Rodriguez. 

Mandy Moore

The This Is Us star captioned her Instagram photo, "Please stand with the LGBTQ+ community and urge the Senate to pass the Equality Act."

Carl Nassib

The Las Vegas Raiders defensive end, who came out as a member of the LGBTQ+ community on June 21, made NFL history by becoming the first active openly gay player. Nassib pledged $100,000 to The Trevor Project. 

Chelsea Handler

"From my pride float to yours, happy pride!" the celeb shared on Instagram.

Elliot Page

"#ProtectTransKids," the actor shared to Instagram. "Thank you @megemikoart for making these rad sweatshirts and for your art and activism. Check out all their awesome work! And a percentage of proceeds from all items goes to different orgs like the MPJ Institute and the Trans Justice Funding Project."

Kamala Harris & Doug Emhoff

Vice President Harris and her husband attended the Capital Pride Parade on June 12 in Washington D.C.

David Archuleta

The American Idol alum publicly came out as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community on June 12, writing on social media in part, "I like to keep to myself but also thought this was important to share because I know so many other people from religious upbringings feel the same way."

MJ Rodriguez

The Pose star teamed up with Stuart Weitzman for Pride, writing on Instagram, "This week has been a joy. Once a girl has worn her heels enough she just needs sneaker to walk in sooo..... I'm walking into Pride with my Stuart Weitzman kicks." 

Stacy London & Cat Yezbak

"Give Love. Get Love. Let Love. #kule #happypride," the What Not to Wear personality captioned her Instagram pic.

Jessica Chastain

"#IWokeUpLikeThis," the actress shared on Instagram. "Happy Pride!"

Jonathan Bennett & Jaymes Vaughan

The Mean Girls star and his future hubby teamed up with Kay Jewelers to share their love in honor of Pride. 

Billy Eichner

"Just got the best PRIDE gift in the mail from my friend/legend @mariahcarey!" the actor shared on Instagram. "Thank you for ALWAYS having our back MC! We love you!"

JoJo Siwa

"Happy pride month!" the tween star captioned a photo with girlfriend Kylie Prew. "It's time to celebrate being who you are and LOVING who YOU wanna LOVE!! It really has been the best 5 months of my life truly being exactly who I am and finding love has been the best part of it all. I love this human so much. I'm so happy."

Shangela

The RuPaul's Drag Race alum and We're Here star wrote on Instagram, "being PROUD is about choosing to Love Yourself, all parts of yourself, every day. It's about wanting to be the best version of yourself and doing your best to maintain and deliver that with Joy. To me, it's feeling Value and Purpose, and wanting everyone around u to feel that way about themselves too. I love u all. Especially my gays and allies. Happy Pride!"

Neil Patrick Harris

The How I Met Your Mother star captioned a photo of kids Harper and Gideon, "Happy Pride Month! I'm so crazy proud of these two - that they live in a world of boundless possibility - it just makes my heart swell and my smile grow. Celebrate your truth this month. There's a lot of good out there."

Jessica Biel

"I'm going to let these paint party pics see the light of day in honor of #Pride month," the A-lister captioned an Instagram pic. "A colorful reminder that love is love is love."

Jonathan Van Ness

"Happy Pride," the Queer Eye star wrote on Instagram while modeling a chic ensemble.

Lady Gaga

The pop star announced a collaboration with Versace in honor of Pride and Born This Way, writing on Instagram, "Versace has always been a leader. Since Gianni, Donatella, Allegra, and still now they have celebrated the beautiful colors of love we have within us to offer each other. We were all more different, and different is beautiful. Thank you Donatella for supporting LGBTQ+ mental health and the Born This Way tenth anniversary."

Lance Bass

The NSYNC singer and husband Michael Turchin rocked Pride merch at Disneyland. 

Hayley Kiyoko

"Testing out some pride outfit options for this weekend," the singer captioned a snapshot of her colorful look. "Let's just say traffic was not ready for this homosexual mid afternoon. I AM SO PROUD OF EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU. Your journey is your own and you fill me with so much pride."

Jazz Jennings

"Here's my message to all LGBTQ+ people everywhere: you deserve to be loved and respected regardless of you gender identity or sexual orientation," the trans rights activist shared to Instagram. "They may try to take away our sports, our healthcare, and our rights, but they can't take away our #PRIDE!"

Larry Saperstein

The High School Musical: The Musical: The Series star came out bisexual in honor of Pride. 

Laverne Cox

"My pride is intersectional," the actress and E! personality shared to Instagram. "I bring all of me into pride month. I believe true liberation must be intersectional. I honor the legacy of the many feminists black women who gave us the essential framework of intersectionality.

Tori Spelling

The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum modeled a rainbow swimsuit from Tipsy Elves as June kicked off. 

Frankie Grande

"HAPPY PRIDE MY LOVES!" the performer captioned an Instagram selfie. "Wearing my #davidyurman rainbow on my chest now and always… but I'm gonna let it shine even brighter this month in the hopes that when the world sees us standing together as the lgbtq+ community they will want to stand with us. Let's end hate, discrimination, and phobias by beaming with #pride and encouraging others to do the same. I love you."

Michaela Kennedy Cuomo

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's daughter shared she identifies as queer, writing on Instagram, "Today, I stand in my queer identity with pride, and in memory of those who came before me. I stand indebted to the activists who fought for my right to love and happiness. I stand with a helping hand outreached to those finding their way from under socially constructed boxes to emerge from the closet. I'm standing with you."

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