June is Pride Month, and both LGBTQ+ stars and their allies are proudly waving rainbow flags in celebration. Click through the gallery to see how celebs are speaking up, tuning in and rallying from coast to coast and around the world.
Lady Gaga took a trip down memory lane in honor of Pride Month. Mother Monster posted a pic on Instagram rocking rainbow eyeshadow and a platinum blonde wig. “HAPPY PRIDE outside the restaurant I used to waitress and bartend at!” she captioned the pic.
New York state of mind! Jennifer Lopez celebrated pride by sharing a photo of the Empire State Building lit up in rainbow colors .
Luann de Lesseps
The RHONY star headed to the Bay Area to celebrate San Francisco Pride last weekend. De Lesseps was all dolled up in a sequin dress and pink umbrella while riding in the back of a red convertible. “Thank you San Francisco for your hospitality and love!” she wrote on Instagram.
Kate Hudson showed her support for Pride Month by posting a throwback topless pic on Instagram on June 25 rocking rainbow pants and heels. The 39-year-old actress said she waited a full year to share the snap.
Cynthia Nixon attended the 2018 NYC Pride March on June 24. The Sex and the City star, who is currently running for governor of New York City, has been married to her partner, Christine Marinoni, since 2012.
Janelle Monae made quite the statement at the 2018 BET Awards in Los Angeles on June 24. The actress and singer stunned in a Nicolas Jebran rainbow dress in celebration of Pride Month. Monae opened up about her sexuality in an interview with Ebro Darden in April stating, "I just feel like my sexuality, my women's desires are one with God, it's all one, it’s all a beautiful thing, and I just hope that women feel more free, feel more empowered. I do."
Heidi Klum put up a peace sign while rocking a rainbow bow in her hair and leopard print top during the 2018 New York City Pride March on June 24.
Harry Styles proudly displayed a rainbow flag during his tour stop at Madison Square Garden on June 21.
“This is America.” Queer Eye star Karamo Brown got into the spirit of Pride Month along with his co-stars Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk and Tan France.
The RuPaul's Drag Race star worked the stage at INDISTRY Media's Artists Pride event before posing with singer Michael Blume at Virgin Hotels in Chicago on June 15. Proceeds from specialty Pride flag-inspired “Jevo Shots” were donated to the It Gets Better Project.
The former Sex and the City star and current New York gubernatorial candidate sat down for Pride Media's A Conversation with Cynthia Nixon at PRIDE PLACE at Samsung 837 in New York City.
The reality star celebrated Los Angeles Pride at her West Hollywood restaurant, Pump, on June 10 -- and she'll keep the party going all month long! Vanderpump and her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars are hosting a sweepstakes to win a VIP luncheon for a lucky fan -- which you can enter by visiting eBay.com/GLAAD before June 21 -- with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting GLAAD, the largest LGBTQ media advocacy group.
The TV personality visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem on June 6. Cohen was in Israel to serve as this year's International Ambassador in the largest-ever pride parade in the Middle East, which took place in Tel Aviv. "Celebrating Pride in Tel Aviv is a beautiful celebration of gay rights and visibility in a region where many of the neighbors cannot live as their true selves or be who they were born to be, which makes it all the more special for this massive coming together in support of equality to be taking place in Tel Aviv," he said.
The 13 Reasons Why star looked quite dapper in his dark plaid suit and black hat at Los Angeles Confidential magazine's "Portraits of Pride" event, which was hosted by GLAAD and Laverne Cox to kick off Pride Month at the Montage in Beverly Hills on June 4.
The "No Tears Left to Cry" singer, a longtime LGBTQ+ ally, waved a rainbow flag while performing at the 2018 iHeartRadio Wango Tango festival by AT&T in Los Angeles on June 2.
Adam Rippon and Jussi-Pekka Kajaala
The beloved Olympic skater and his boyfriend shared the same sweet pic to Instagram on June 2, a selfie of the two smooching while holding up a heart-shaped rainbow patch that read "KEEP ON KISSING."
Ellen Page and Emma Portner
The actress posted a sweet selfie of her and her wife sharing a kiss while laying in the grass on June 2, captioned, "HAPPY PRIDE MONTH Love from us ❤️."
The "Delicate" singer gave a heartfelt speech in honor of LGBTQ Pride Month during the Chicago stop of her Reputation Tour on June 2. "It's very brave to be vulnerable about your feelings, in any sense, in any situation, but it's even more brave to be honest about your feelings and who you love when you know that that might be met with adversity from society," she said during her set. "And so this month and every month I wanna send out my love and respect to everybody who has been brave enough to be honest about how they feel, to live their lives as they are, as they feel they should be, as they identify. And this is a month where I think we need to celebrate how far we've come, we also need to acknowledge how far we still have left to go."
The Orange Is the New Black star helped Beverly Center and the Advocate kick off Pride Month on June 1 by hosting the ceremonial lighting of the Los Angeles shopping center's building in rainbow colors for the first time before celebrating inside at Farmhouse restaurant, where SVEDKA cocktails were served.
"HAPPY PRIDE MONTH MY DARLINGS !!! i love the LGBTQ+ community so much, and to all of my fans in the community, you guys inspire me endlessly and fill me with so much joy ?????????," Cabello captioned a pic of herself on June 1 wearing a white long-sleeved shirt with a rainbow logo of stick-figure women holding hands.
On June 1, the American Idol alum said speaking with a group of young people from the greater London area at the Mosaic LGBT Youth Centre was "so amazing," writing on Instagram that "the future is BRIGHT #lgbtq #pride."
The former Big Brother contestant and his "#gaysister", Spencer Ramirez, celebrated Pride with ab-tastic tie-dye style.
The pop icon got into the spirit by posting a throwback pic of the cover from her 1999 album, Rainbow.
The "Swish Swish" singer rang in Pride Month with a tweet, writing, "Happy
#PRIDE month. I see you and I love you ."
The singer-songwriter, who's been called "Lesbian Jesus," was featured on NYLON magazine's June cover to kick off Pride Month.