Vanity Milan SuppliedAdvertisementLooking back at the scene-stealing performance – which had Alesha Dixon herself up on her feet and rapping along – Vanity tells HuffPost UK: “I was shaking in my little boots. Especially coming from a Black queer perspective, that is amazing, because we don’t have many Black queer people we can look up to, but that band is iconic. And I’m going to say Beyoncé is a queer icon for me, because she lives her life unapologetically. Pride is a message of, “love is love”, it doesn’t matter who you love, and it’s still important to this day. "No one is ever going to stop us from being who we are as human beings in the world."
Source: Huffington Post June 26, 2022 05:08 UTC