Ross Lynch Waves Pride Flag On Stage

No thoughts, just Ross Lynch dancing around shirtless with a Pride flag.

Right when we thought we couldn’t love Ross Lynch anymore, he proved us wrong. A new video of The Driver Era singer and former Disney star has surfaced and stopped all of us in our tracks.

For those who have never been to one of The Driver Era’s concerts, the recent videos shared by audience members of Lynch stripping down and swaying around on stage are groundbreaking. This is the video that almost broke the internet (in case you need to see it again).

The new video taken during Lynch’s performance in Salt Lake City, Utah, shows him without a shirt again (thank you), but this time he has a new accessory. The blonde hottie is wrapped in a Pride flag as he sings one of his hit songs, “A Kiss,” to a screaming crowd.


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Lynch Reacts to Thirst Posts

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina actor does not seem bothered by all the extra attention on his chiseled six-pack. Shortly after going viral, he posted a photo on Instagram wearing just a pair of jeans and a cowboy hat. He wrote, “I’m gonna take this opportunity to say – go stream Malibu by The Driver Era.”


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Lynch is not the only celebrity to incorporate inclusive flags into their live performances. Pop icons like Harry Styles and Shawn Mendes have been photographed accepting flags from their audience and either holding it while they sing or waving them around the arena.

At the beginning of Style’s concerts, the singer usually gives a speech telling the audience to embrace who they are. He told Rolling Stone, “I want to make people feel comfortable being whatever they want to be. Maybe at a show you can have a moment of knowing that you’re not alone … I can’t claim that I know what it’s like … I’m just trying to make people feel included and seen.”

The Driver Era will be touring the US until late November. Will you be going to a show?

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