Actor Taye Diggs CAUGHT ON VIDEO . . . Dancing To Beyonce While WEARING A SKIRT!!

Actor Taye Diggs went viral on social media this morning after posting a video of himself – and his fiancee Apryl Jones – dancing to Beyonce. Media Take out confirmed Taye was wearing clothing on his lower body – which appeared to be a skirt.

In the video, Taye Apryl taught his choreographed dance to Beyonce’s hit “Break My Soul.” The dance is cute and Apryl doesn’t take long to learn it.

But fans of the pair couldn’t help but notice Taye’s attire.

The actor wore a singlet and a long skirt – which Media Take Out says resembles the kind of skirt your grandmother would wear around the house.

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It’s not clear why Taye wears traditionally female clothing in the video – but the actor is known for his quirky fashion choices.

Taye has also faced rumors about his sexuality in the past. Years ago, rumors about the actor possibly belonging to the LGBTQ+ spectrum made the rounds on social media. Taye has denied the rumors, sometimes playfully hinting that there might be some truth to the whispers.

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Of course, after Taye’s latest fashion choice, the rumors are likely to heat up again.

Taye is an actor. He is known for his roles in the Broadway musicals Rent and Hedwig and the Angry Inch, the television series Private Practice and All American, and the films How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Brown Sugar, The Best Man and its sequel The Best Man Holiday. From 2014 to 2016 he starred as Inspector Terry English in Murder in the First.

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