UPDATE (June 11, 2019, 10:44 a.m.): Even more Bravolebs will be joining Andy at the New York City Pride March on Sunday, June 30. In addition to the Bravo stars listed below, Tinsley Mortimer and Billie Lee will also be on hand to celebrate.
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Have you ever wished you could party with your favorite Bravo stars? Well, all of your dreams are about to come true this Pride month.
Bravo is coming to New York City Pride March on Sunday, June 30 with a float led by Andy Cohen, the network announced Wednesday, May 29. The Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host will be joined by 15 Bravo stars, including Captain Sandy Yawn, Reza Farahan, Patricia Altschul, Nene Leakes, Cynthia Bailey, Eva Marcille, LeeAnne Locken, Teresa Giudice, Melissa Gorga, Margaret Josephs, Dorinda Medley, Sonja Morgan, Kelly Dodd, and Gizelle Bryant.
They will also be joined by several special guests: host and Andy’s assistant Daryn Carp, WWHL's Gay Shark, Jackie Cox (Drag Lisa Rinna), Chelsea Piers (Drag Erika Jayne), Ginger Snap (Drag Captain Sandy), and Paige Turner (Drag Lisa Vanderpump).
“Bravo has a long history of representing the LGBTQ community through its programming,” Andy said in a statement. “I’m proud to be a part of this network and its history, and I’m honored to be marching toward another 50 years of progress and equality.”
The NYC Pride float will come at the end Bravo's month-long celebration of WorldPride, the largest Pride celebration in the world, marking the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and 50 years of LGBTQIA+ liberation. The celebration will also include special content on Bravo, its social media feeds, and Bravotv.com throughout June.
Andy was honored with the Vito Russo Award at the 30th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in NYC earlier this month. The award is presented to an openly LGBTQ media professional who has made a significant difference in accelerating LGBTQ acceptance.
"To be gay today is something that I am so thankful for, but it's a fight that's not over and it's a fight that I'm committed to even more so now that I'm a father," Andy said while accepting the award. "When [my son] Benjamin was born three months ago, I looked into his eyes and I saw there was no hate, no bias, no bigotry, just love. That's how we come into this world, and that is how hopefully one day we will all live in it."