New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton marched in Sunday's New York City Pride March, with New York mayor Bill de Blasio right behind them.
Click through to see which other celebrities showed up to various pride marches around the country.
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"Sex and the City" star Cynthia Nixon -- alongside Rev. Al Sharpton -- brought her son Max along to pay tribute to the historic Stonewall Inn during the pride march in New York on Sunday.
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"Marvel's Jessica Jones" star Krysten Ritter showed her support for the LGBT community in an "It Gets Better" T-shirt.
"Same Love" rapper Macklemore brought his daughter, Sloane, along for New York's pride parade, but she slept through most of it.
"Orange is the New Black"
The ladies of Netflix's hit "Orange is the New Black" kicked back a bit, catching their breath before hitting the parade route on a float for New York's pride march.
Natasha Lyonne and Samira Wiley
When not lounging or parading with their "Orange is the New Black" co-stars, Natasha Lyonne and Samira Wiley found more subdued ways to celebrate the day.
Former congressman -- and the subject of the documentary "Weiner" -- Anthony Weiner walked in the New York City Pride March with his son Jordan on his shoulders.
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Celebrity DJ -- and Lindsay Lohan ex -- Samantha Ronson (L) got into the mix at the New York gay pride parade.
"Jersey Shore" star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi showed her support by attending Logo's Trailblazer Honors draped in a gay pride flag.
Michael K. Williams
"The Wire" and "Boardwalk Empire" star Michael K. Williams rode through San Francisco's pride parade in style as a celebrity grand marshal.
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"Star Trek: the Next Generation" star Patrick Stewart showed his support for his LGBT pals -- including best bud Sir Ian McKellen -- by donning a pride T-shirt in London.
While singer Sam Smith has been keeping a low social media profile since his Oscar win -- and controversial acceptance speech -- plenty of his fans made his presence at London's pride festival on Saturday well known online.
Actor Jesse Eisenberg didn't attend London Pride, but he did show his support -- in a manner of speaking -- when he confronted a group of religious protesters near the parade, telling one man, "You're so f**ked up."
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Jesse Tyler Ferguson
It's not clear if "Modern Family" star Jesse Tyler Ferguson made it to the pride parade -- since he's currently starring on Broadway in "Fully Committed" -- but he did at least show his pride via his sock selection.