Our favorite funny girl, Tracee Ellis Ross stopped by Larry King Now to chat with the seasoned suspender-wearing journalist about everything under the sun. From the best advice her mother, Diana Ross, gave her, to her uncanny ability to perform accents really well, were all discussed in the nearly 20-minute interview.
And while the 43 year old Black-Ish star proved once again why she’s such a delight, the comedic-actress didn’t shy away from King when asked how she feels about the Black Lives Matter Movement.
In a short clip posted to Ross’ Instagram Sunday night (December 20) Ross very matter-of-factly gave her stance.
In a second Instagram video, Ross spoke about the role technology has played in the Black Lives Matter movement and how it’s helped elevate the consciousness around it.
Part 2: Discussing #BlackLivesMatter with @LarryKingNow on @OraTV. See the rest of my interview at TraceeEllisRoss.com #blackish #LarryKingNow A video posted by Tracee Ellis Ross (@traceeellisross) on
Check out the full interview below where she talks about her love for Black-ish, pay discrimination in Hollywood, and the time the president gave her a shout out.