It’s no secret Laverne Cox is a prominent Beyonce devotee.
The Trans icon and actress not only shares the singer’s glamazon aesthetic, but sat front row for Bey’s 2014 MTV Video Vanguard performance and has been known to
receive holiday gifts from Blue Ivy’s mom.
Cox recently participated in Nylon magazine’s video series “Three Dances, Three Situations,” wherein she was inevitably asked to do her best Beyonce dance moves.
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The results would surely please the Queen Bey. Watch Laverne bust a move.
Cox is best known for her role as Sophia Burset on Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black,” in which she plays a transgender inmate at Litchfield Penitentiary.
She became the first openly transgender person nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in the acting category, and on June 26 she became the first openly transgender person to have her wax figure displayed at Madame Tussauds.
Gay Hollywood: 45 Out and Proud LGBT Stars (Photos)
Robin Roberts, "Good Morning America" anchor
Jane Lynch, former "Glee" actress and "Hollywood Game Night" host
Jim Parsons, Emmy-winning actor in "The Big Bang Theory"
Raven-Symoné, former "That's So Raven" star
Ian McKellen, actor in "The Lord of the Rings" and "X-Men" franchises
Matt Bomer, actor ("White Collar," "American Horror Story")
Kristen Stewart, actress ("Twilight" series)
Holland Taylor, former "Two and a Half Men" actress
Colton Haynes, actor ("Teen Wolf," "Arrow")
Elliot Page, actor ("X-Men," "Juno")
Adam Lambert, singer and "American Idol" alum
Sam Smith, Oscar-winning singer and songwriter
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, "Modern Family" actor
Laverne Cox, "Orange Is the New Black" star
Amandla Stenberg, actress ("Everything Everything")
Daniela Vega, actress ("A Fantastic Woman")
George Takei, former "Star Trek" actor
Ezra Miller, "Justice League" actor
Jillian Michaels, "The Biggest Loser" coach
Queen Latifah, hip-hop star and "The Equalizer" actress
Dan Levy, "Schitt's Creek" star and co-creator
Taylor Schilling, "Orange Is the New Black" actress
Sean Hayes, former "Will and Grace" actor
Nikki Blonsky, actress in "Hairspray"
Meredith Baxter, former "Family Ties" actress
Ruby Rose, former "Orange Is the New Black" and "Batwoman" actress
From actress Jane Lynch to actor Zachary Quinto to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, stars who serve as inspirations for Pride Month