Tracee Ellis Ross On Aging: "At 45, I Feel The Sexiest And The Most Beautiful I’ve Ever Felt"
April 20, 2018 11:01 By Fabiosa
Tracee Ellis Ross is a TV star, fashion icon, and daughter of the music legend Diana Ross. She started her career as an editor for fashion magazines and made a transition into acting in the late 90's.
When Tracee was 28 years old, she became a star of the TV series Girlfriends. The alternative take on Sex and the City lasted for 8 seasons and made Ross an idol to many young women.
In 2014, the actress became a regular on the American television screens once again. She was cast in a hit TV show Black-ish, which brought her a Golden Globe award. Tracee's sassy and heartfelt portrayal of Rainbow Johnson solidified her household name status.
It only gets better with age
As a representative of an older generation of actresses, Tracee Ellis Ross knows what it's like to be over 40 in Hollywood. The value of beauty and youth has been exaggerated in the past several years, but Tracee doesn't care!
Tracee says she has finally learnt to accept and love herself for who she is.
At 45, I feel the sexiest and the most beautiful I've ever felt. I didn't say I look my most beautiful, I said I feel my most beautiful, and that's what's important to me.
It's amazing how she sees herself, because she's absolutely gorgeous. Her smile brightens every room, and every woman would kill to have her fashion sense.
The actress' another trick for feeling confident is to surround herself with the best girlfriends. She says her friends always support and cheer for her, which makes her feel like the ultimate diva.
No fears, no regrets
In addition to being confident with her skin, Tracee Ellis Ross also stands by her personal life choices. She's never been married and doesn't have kids. Tracee says she's succeeded in other areas of her life, and she's proud of who she's become.
I'm a good friend, a solid daughter, a hard worker, my credit is good, I take out the garbage before it gets smelly, I recycle, and I won a Golden Globe!