Tracee Ellis Ross shares make-up free selfie from bed after revealing her true sexuality
- AmoMama brings you news sourced from Instagram of American actress and model Tracee Ellis Ross after her big reveal.
- The 45-year-old TV personality recently shared a selfie on her Instagram page which featured her in bed without makeup sporting a relaxed look.
- As AmoMama formerly reported, the 45-year-old actress had been featured on the cover of the February issue of ‘Glamour’ magazine.
Tracee Ellis Ross, daughter of actress and Motown recording artist Diana Ross and her ex-husband Robert Ellis Silberstein, began her career acting in independent films and variety series.
She had hosted the pop-culture magazine ‘The Dish' on Lifetime.
Most notably from 2000 to 2008, she played the role of Joan Clayton in the comedy series ‘Girlfriends'.
Her role had earned her two NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series.
She also appeared in the hit movie ‘Daddy's Little Girls'.
Afterwards playing the role of ‘Dr. Carla Reed' on the BET sitcom ‘Reed Between the Lines', for which she had gotten her third NAACP Image Award.
Since 2014, Tracee Ross has played the role of ‘Dr. Rainbow Johnson' in the ABC comedy series ‘Black-ish’.
Tracee has been making waves and riding them all her life and she’s not done yet.
Tracee recently posted a selfie photo of herself on her Instagram page.
The selfie featured her in bed with no makeup on her face with a relaxed look in her face and we are again reminded of how much she looks like her mother.
She had captioned the post, @traceeellisross:
‘VACAY ~ good morning'
The post had her fans and followers commenting on how beautiful she looked even without the makeup and we couldn’t agree less.
The comments went:
‘Would love to wake up to a beautiful face like yours EVERY DAY.’
‘@traceeellisross you are so natural YOU ARE SO GORGEOUS you look AMAZING'
‘I adore your transparency. You inspire me with your wisdom, humor and how you embody womanhood'
As Celebritist formerly reported, the beautiful model had recently been featured on the cover of the February issue of the ‘Glamour' magazine.
The magazine issue had an article in which Tracee spoke about her future, her sexuality and her mother.
What do you think of the post?