Maren Morris publicly disclosed her bisexuality in a joyous acknowledgment during Pride Month, expressing her happiness to represent the ‘B’ in LGBTQ+.

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Morris, known for her vocal support of the LGBTQ+ community over the years, ended her marriage with Ryan Hurd in October 2023.

Maren Morris seems to shine with pride. Amid LGBTQ+ Pride Month, the 34-year-old country singer made a significant revelation on social media, sharing that she identifies as bisexual in a celebratory post on Sunday, June 9.

“Happy to represent the ‘B’ in LGBTQ+,” Morris expressed alongside images of herself holding Pride flags at her recent RSVP Redux Tour performance in Phoenix. She added, “Happy Pride.”

Representatives for Morris have yet to respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

In October 2023, the singer-songwriter of “My Church” filed for divorce from her then-husband of five years, Ryan Hurd, citing irreconcilable differences. The divorce, which involved their son Hayes, aged 4, was finalized three months later in January 2024.

Morris has been a vocal supporter of the LGBTQ+ community for a long time. In a June 2023 interview with Billboard, she addressed the more than 450 anti-LGBTQ+ bills being considered at various state levels in the U.S.

“They don’t have solutions for actual problems — this is their niche thing that they get to go off on,” she remarked about politicians advocating for anti-drag legislation at the time.

The Grammy winner then addressed the impact of such bills on the culture in southern states. “I come from Texas, I reside in Tennessee, and I cherish the community I have there. However, these bills seem to encourage us to betray one another,” she expressed.

“It’s as if they’re rewarding us for turning on our own communities, reminiscent of a Nazi Germany scenario,” Morris added.

She also shared her thoughts on the responsibility of country stars to advocate for queer people. “I’ve heard the phrase ‘Shut up and sing’ countless times — it’s always the dismissive threat they resort to,” remarked the musician known for “Rich.”

“So I would say to my fellow artists, record-label executives, publishers, and songwriters: None of us likely pursued this art form with the intention of becoming activists, but it’s a responsibility thrust upon us to navigate this space and maintain a clear conscience,” Morris asserted.

She continued, “You may lose fans along the way — it’s an inevitable part of being in the public eye. However, by taking a stand, you’re also broadening a path; I witness it year after year at my concerts, where the audience feels incredibly diverse and safe. While financial gain is tempting, ask yourself: Is it worth compromising your integrity just to avoid taking a stance? After all, both sides purchase T-shirts, but what will your legacy reflect?”