American actress and singer, Tracee Ellis Ross, popularly known for her role as Dr Rainbow ‘Bow’ Johnson on Comedy TV series Black-ish speaks on her plans for the future and the possibility of getting married in new interview with Marie Claire.
When asked if she longed to have a traditional life, with a husband and kids, she responded with;
“Our society spoon-feeds it to you. I used to put myself to sleep dreaming of my wedding. And I would still love all of that, but what am I going to do, just sit around waiting? Shut up. I’ve got so many things to do.”
In 2020, the ‘Black-ish’ star also spoke about being single in an interview on Good Morning America.
“People misinterpret being happily single as not wanting to be in a relationship, of course I want to be in a relationship, but what am I going to do? Spend all the time that I’m not [in one] moping around? No. I’m going to live my life to the fullest and I’m going to be happy right here, where I am.”
At 48, the ‘Girlfriends’ star has continued to break grounds career-wise. She had her first leading role in the movie The High Note last year and signed a multi-year, multi platform production deal with ABC. She’s currently the executive producer of Black-ish spin off Mixed-ish and owns a hair brand, Pattern Beauty, dedicated to women with curly, coily and tight textured hair.
When speaking on her career and her plans in the future, she mentioned venturing into Stand-up comedy and possibly having a music album. She said;
“It gets me all wild and scared, but right now I want to dive into the singing from Tracee. That’s uncharted territory. I did it as a character [in The High Note]. Now I’m like, What if I tried that?” What if?”