Celebs are seeing purple.
Kelly Clarkson, Ken Jeong, Elizabeth Banks and different celebs are sporting the colour Oct. 20 to have a good time Spirit Day, GLAAD’s annual occasion aimed at combating bullying and supporting LGBTQ+ youth.
Along with supporting the trigger via her look, Kelly took it a step additional by dedicating a canopy of Third Eye Blind‘s “Jumper” as a part of her “Kellyoke” efficiency on The Kelly Clarkson Present that day.
“This music was tragically impressed by the loss of life of a homosexual teenager who was bullied,” Kelly advised the viewers. “It has been celebrated for its message of help for the LGBTQ+ neighborhood, which is why we selected it for at the moment—as a result of at the moment is Spirit Day. So, my band, me and everybody in our viewers is sporting purple in recognition.”
Different stars confirmed their help on social media. On Twitter, Elizabeth Banks shared a throwback photograph of herself sporting purple on the 2007 MTV Film Awards, writing, “Throwing it again to my youth in help of LGBTQ youth…Be part of me in going purple for @glaad #SpiritDay to indicate your help. Head to http://glaad.org/spiritday to be taught extra and take a pledge towards bullying.”