See How Your Favorite Celebrities Celebrated Pride Month 2022 – Harper’s Bazaar

Pride Month continues to be a time of celebration, self expression, activism, and, of course, lots of rainbows.

Here, we’ve rounded up what some of today’s biggest celebrities—from Laverne Cox to Paris Hilton—have done this month to show their support for the LGBTQ+ community.

Monáe performed at the West Hollywood Pride parade earlier this month.

Cardi B performed at the West Hollywood Pride parade wearing a rainbow bedazzled unitard with matching rainbow hair.

The singer attended the 9th Annual LGBTQ+ Night at Dodger Stadium this month.

The actress and singer celebrated Pride all month. Here, she’s photographed at the Pride Parade in West Hollywood.

Cox spoke on UGG x The Trevor Project’s Feel Heard panel, highlighting Pride and mental health.

Hilton performed a set at the LA Pride festival. She celebrated on Instagram too, writing, “😍🏳️‍🌈 Live out loud and proud! 🌈🥰🌈.”

Delevingne partnered with Puma this month to create the TOGETHER FOREVER collection, a Pride capsule dedicating a portion of its proceeds to GLADD, an organization that ensures accurate and inclusive LGBTQ+ representation in the media.

On Twitter, the actress wrote, “Miss ya! Just poppin’ in to say hi & happy pride!”

Kesha performed at the NYC Pride Live Stonewall Day wearing rainbow face paint and eye makeup.

Cher teamed up with Versace to release a limited edition Pride “Chersace” shirt.

Xtina joined Hilton and other artists at the LA Pride in the Park, where she performed in a sequined rainbow unitard, showing off her ally-ship for the LGBTQ+ community.

The Jonas brother performed with his band DNCE at the Capitol Pride event in Washington, DC.

The actress and CEO attended the Pair of Thieves and Rocco’s WeHo Rise With Pride event in West Hollywood earlier this month.

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