Tracee Ellis Ross Answers 'Vogue's' 73 Most-Pressing Questions

Plus, we get a tour of her home.

Tracee Ellis Ross, Black-ish star and the first Black woman to win a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV Comedy or Musical in 34 years, is an undoubtedly inspirational and entertaining figure in Hollywood. Now, she's starring in Vogue's latest installment of its "73 Questions" series, one that's featured other celebrities such as Selena Gomez and Serena Williams in the past. 

This time, Ross is taking us throughout her home, showing us her awards, art, favorite foods, and more, as well as guest appearances from her brother, Evan Ross, and his wife, Ashlee Simpson.


Meanwhile, Ross answers some of Vogue's most-pressing questions, including what is her meaning of family, biggest fear, and what she's most proud of from Black-ish.

"That we are starting conversations about inclusion and identity," she says. "It's a show you can watch with your family, which is great, and I think our show is really funny ... It's incredibly written, and we deal with really interesting topics."

Later in the interview, Ross shares the greatest advice she's ever received: "Be yourself and trust yourself."

She also offers advice to her younger self, which is something we should all hear: "I swear, you will get more comfortable in your skin. And keep dreaming, honey."

Check out all this and more in the full video below:


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