Laverne Cox is a queen!
On Tuesday, the 49-year-old actress shared a video of herself showing off her dance moves to Janet Jackson’s hit “Control” while wearing a sheer black high-cut bodysuit.
“@janetjackson . We love you! #janetjackson,” she captioned the post.
Jackson has not commented yet, but countless fans flooded the comments, loving the star’s carefree vibes.
“Love your outfit,you are absolutely Gorgeous,” a fan wrote, with others chiming in with, “You’re so incredibly beautiful Laverne!” and, “Absolutely Adorable, I’m so feeling you, you’re LOVELY,” as well as, “Laverne proves to us once again how much of a queen she is.”
Cox regularly posts photos and videos of herself living her best life. On Monday, the actress shared a video in which she’s rocking sheer black lingerie with matching sheer gloves, using the caption to explain the importance of doing what makes you feel happy.
“Leaning into what brings me joy,” she wrote. “Yes the world is often unjust, disturbing, corrupt and any number of things but for my mental health today I choose to focus on what I can control. I’m no good to myself or the world stressed out. Choosing love instead of fear today…#TransIsBeautiful”
Something else that has helped Cox on her mental wellness journey has been going to a therapist, which she has spoken openly about over the years. During an interview with Parade in 2020, she noted that she has been going to therapy for over 20 years and said it was a huge help during quarantine.
“In the beginning of quarantine, things shut down and then all these requests were coming in. I released a movie in June on Netflix, Disclosure. It’s currently streaming, and that was insanely busy. I’m saying ‘no more,’ just for mental health and physical health,” she said at the time. “I’m trying to take this time to reflect. I’m working on how I can fully incorporate meditation in on a daily basis because sometimes I get too busy to meditate. I’ve been doing therapy every week in quarantine, and I’d like to keep that up. I’m focusing on slowing myself down so I can really lean into the tools and resources that I’m using for my mental health.”