With both ‘LudaDay’ Weekend and Gay Pride 2013 going on simultaneously last weekend, and it’s safe to say that many events that were a mixture of the two.
That being said, actress Raven Symone was spotted out enjoying the festivities in Atlanta over the Labor Day Weekend. Raven hit up Luda’s all-white party at Compound Saturday evening with what appears to be a new love interest on her arm.
You may recall that it was just a month ago that that the former Cosby kid confirmed that she’s looking forward to settling down after hearing that more states had legalized gay marriage.
[READ: Raven Symone Confirms She’s Gay… Now What? ]
… I guess now that she’s finally ‘out,’ the young starlet is free to publicly dip in the lady pond to find herself a soulmate.
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, best known for her stint playing 3-year-old Olivia on the 80s sitcom “The Cosby Show,
” confirmed to the world earlier today that she’s a lesbian.
Just last year, Raven addressed rumors of her sexuality, neither confirming or denying the rumors.? She did however, state that it was nobody’s business.
[FLASHBACK: Raven-Simone Responds to Rumors That She’s Gay… ]
Fast forward a few months and now it’s apparently EVERYBODY’S business.
Raven hit up twitter to proudly proclaim
what we already knew that she can finally get married now that more states have legalized gay marriage:
And if you didn’t think that Raven’s tweet was enough of a confirmation, she also issued an official statement.
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Actress Raven Symone
, who currently stars in Sister Act
on Broadway supports the gays but she’s not quite ready to come out publicly as one.? Raven, along with many celebs and personalities… gay AND straight, previously shot for NoH8, a campaign which raises awareness for gay and lesbian issues.
Shortly thereafter, rumors hit the net that the young actress was a card carrying member of the LezzBuns society and had moved her girlfriend in with her.
Raven hit the tweets with the following response: Continue Reading…
We haven’t seen much of Raven-Symone these days, but she was recently spotted partying at the AVA Lounge at the Dream Hotel on in New York City (March 27, 2012 ).
The former “Cosby kid,” who boldly rocked two different shoes with her grey & black ensemble, admits that she’s been selective over the past few years, opting to wait for the perfect role, instead of taking just anything that comes along.
There are always scripts that I’ve had over the years that I’m trying to settle on for different movies and ideas, and that’ll be until it’s bought [by a studio]. But nothing more than that.
The way the industry is, I’ve been very careful and just sit back and wait for different things and see, rather than be too forward. Cause sometimes it’s about timing, not necessarily about your hustle.
The latest and greatest challenge for the 26-year-old Atlanta native is the role of Deloris Van Cartier in the Broadway adaption of “Sister Act” and she was almost unrecognizable as she celebrated at the afterparty for her broadway debut.
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Raven-Symone is speaking out about her new smaller frame.
The former Disney star, 25, who once was content with being “thick and fabulous,” showed off her slimmer figure at Wednesday’s People’s Choice Awards. Raven, who wore a cleavage-bearing, all-black leather ensemble with thigh-high Louboutin boots, says she was never one to consider herself unattractive, even when she was still heavy.
?I thought I looked fabulous before and nobody else did. So, whatever. Actually, now I wear bigger clothes because I don?t like the way people stare at me. I liked it before.
Now, you?re just looking at me for the wrong reasons. Before, you were actually looking at me for a real reason.? (MORE)
All I know is… what a difference a nose job & breast reduction makes!
In case you missed it:
Raven-Symone’s Fashion Week Red Carpet Disaster!
Quick Flix ~ Raven Symone on TRL
Photos via WireImage
Check out a few flix from the 2009 Trumpet Awards honoree and sponsor dinner held Saturday evening at the Hyatt.? Raven-Symone (pictured above Xerona Clayton, the award’s founder), Chris Tucker, Sherri Shepherd and more came out to support the honorees.
View all of the 2009 honorees over at The Trumpet Foundation’s site.
CLICK HERE to view more photos from this event in the gallery.