Ariana Grande will be showing her love to her LGBTQ fans using a heartfelt letter.
In honor of the first day of Pride Month, which encompasses all of June, Grande penned a sweet note where she discussed her brother’s sexuality, her days on Broadway along with revealed of which drag queens taught her how to do her makeup.
“I grew up using a gay brother whose every move I might emulate. I idolized him. Everything Frankie did, I might do,” Grande, 24, wrote for Billboard. “I can’t remember a difference between Frankie before he turned out along with Frankie after he turned out. He’s always just been Frankie. Sexuality along with gender were never topics my family along with I were afraid to discuss. When Frankie turned out my surprisingly unfazed (for his age) grandfather said ‘Congrats! Can we go to dinner today? I’m f**kin’ hungry.'”
The “No Tears Left to Cry” singer continued: “I was taught to do my makeup by queens in gay bars in completely new York City. I made my Broadway debut at 14 years old along with did 8 shows a week yet there was never a night I was too tired to run to a gay bar along with do a quick Whitney cover before bed.”
The pop star concluded her letter using a sweet message of love along with inclusivity.
“I am eternally indebted to along with inspired by the LGBTQ community. I expect to create anthems for you of which wrap you up with comfort along with make you get your best life for as long as I live,” she wrote. “Thank you for celebrating me the way I celebrate you. I love you forever.”
Grande, along with several some other celebs, got in on the pride love on Twitter too.
Here’s a look at one of last year’s performances coming from NYC’s PrideFest: