Is Ariana Debose a Lesbian: Ariana DeBose was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, on January 25, 1991. Her father was Puerto Rican and her mother was white. She also has African-American and Italian roots. DeBose started dancing when she was pretty young, and she learned at the CC & Co. Dance Complex in Raleigh.
In 2009, Riana DeBose started her career by competing on the reality TV show “So You Think You Can Dance.” She went on to be in many Broadway shows after this, including “Bring It On: The Musical,” “Motown: The Musical,” “Pippin,” “Hamilton,” and “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical.” In 2021, DeBose won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her part in Steven Spielberg’s version of “West Side Story.”
Is Ariana Debose a Lesbian
Two and Only is a new LGBT+ movie that Ariana DeBose will star in and help to make. Deadline says that the movie is like “My Best Friend’s Wedding from the point of view of a bisexual Latinx.” The movie was written by Latina and LGBT+ writer Jen Rivas-DeLoose, and it was made so that DeBose could be the star.
The movie My Best Friend’s Wedding came out in 1997, almost 25 years ago. Julia Roberts, Dermot Mulroney, Cameron Diaz, and Rupert Everett were all in it. In the romantic comedy, Julianne Potter (Roberts) tries to stop her longtime friend Michael O’Neal’s (Mulroney) wedding after she realizes she loves him.
In a tweet, Ariana DeBose said she was excited to be part of the new movie and that she was ready to “learn a thing or two” as the film’s executive producer. She wrote, “Let’s try a romantic comedy.” “I’m so excited to try something new and learn a few things about producing.”
Let’s try a rom com!
So excited to take on a new challenge and learn a thing or two about producing.
— Ariana DeBose (@ArianaDeBose) April 13, 2022
Deadline says that the entertainment company Screen Gems will be in charge of Two and Only. The movie will be made by Jeremy Stern and Randall Einhorn of Sad Unicorn, and Scott Strauss and Giselle Johnson of Screen Gems will be in charge of making it.
Ariana DeBose made history in March when she became the first openly gay woman of color to win an Oscar. DeBose won the prestigious award for Best Supporting Actress for her amazing work in the remake of West Side Story by Steven Spielberg. During her emotional acceptance speech, she said, “So to anyone who has ever, ever, ever questioned their identity or who lives in the gray areas, I promise you this: there is a place for us.”
Variety said that after DeBose won, she told the press about the “historical moment” in the press room. She said that being the first “openly queer woman of color” to win an Oscar was “freaking awesome.” DeBose also said that she is only the “second Latina to win an acting award” after Rita Moreno, who played Anita in the 1962 movie version of West Side Story and won in the same category.