Bravo Stars on the Supreme Court Gay Marriage Hearings
Through tweets, retweets, Facebook and Instagrams, Bravo waves its rainbow flag.
As the Supreme Court took up gay marriage this week, many faces on Facebook became equal signs in support of the cause. While the outcome of the Prop 8 and DOMA hearings won't be known for some time, the Bravolebs have made their stance known with an array of Tweets, Instagrams, and more. In the spirit of Marriage Equality, we compiled a few of the best tweets from your favorite Bravolebrities:
Bravo frontman Andy Cohen clearly championed equality:
Dear Supreme Court, we want all citizens to be able to love one another in a committed equal way. We want to foster families not inequality— Padma Lakshmi (@PadmaLakshmi) March 27, 2013
Kathy Griffin gave us hope and humor:
This week is not about gay or straight. This week is about humanity, love and understanding. It's pretty awesome... fb.me/1CEF2VbvT
— Vicki Gunvalson (@vgunvalson) March 26, 2013
Persian Barbie, Lilly Ghalichi also called for equality:
Fashionista Rachel Zoe obviously supported her gays:
However, journalist no more, Carole as managed to give us her personal bias:
i cant believe its 2013 and theres still no gay marriage OR taco emoji— Very Mary-Kate (@verymarykate) March 27, 2013
Let's see what shakes out with the first cause and then hopefully folks will take up the second.
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