Stars of Netflix drama Orange is the New Black have wished visitors to Cardiff for the annual LGBT event “a happy Pride”. About 200,000 people are expected in the capital, with the parade taking over the city’s streets on Saturday. Stars of the comedy drama, set in a women’s prison in Connecticut, described how revellers will bump into their exes on Churchill Way, dance on the sofas at nightclub Pulse, cry when they see miners from the film Pride in the parade, and end up on Chippy Lane.
Ahead of Brighton and Hove Pride, Laverne Cox joins Uzo Aduba and Danielle Brooks to send their love and support to those attending the colorful festivities. Uzo continuing: “Spending the day on the beach with fish, chips and seagulls or just rolling into town in time for the clubs to open, have a loud and proud and out there pride.”
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Brighton and Hove Pride have posted a support message from the Orange Is The New Black ladies. Danielle also adds: ‘Party hard and party safe.’ Then she makes a comment that will tug at your heart strings. ‘Pour one out for Poussey’ is Danielle’s final comment.
In the photo below, OITNB stars are attending pride festival.
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— TVTheory.com (@TVTheory_com) September 15, 2017
Now I understand why the cast of #OITNB take pride in their diversity n inclusivity when receivin awards. Malay is mentioned yo!
— Aliajah Idris (@itsaliajah) September 13, 2017
@NetflixJobs Lovely to see the oitnb actresses supporting Pride. I adore this show.
— i love netflix (@netflixily) June 29, 2015
The annual celebration of equality and diversity will see plenty of partying in Cardiff this weekend as Pride Cymru takes to the city centre with live music, the Pride Parade, lots of food and fun. Natasha Lyonne and Taylor Schilling, who play inmates Nicky Nichols and Piper Chapman in the Netflix Original, sent their well wishes to attendees of the weekend Orange is the New Black stars send special message to Pride Cymru partygoers wishing them a “Happy Pride” while referring to Cardiff icons like Pulse and Chippy Alley.