Anna Paquin True Blood

‘True Blood’s’ Anna Paquin married her co-star Stephen Moyer in 2010. In June 2014, Anna tweeted, “Proud to be a happily married bisexual mother. Marriage is about love not gender.”


Michelle Rodriguez

The actress came out as bisexual last October 2013 in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. The ‘Fast and Furious’ star commented,”I’ve gone both ways. I do as I please. I am too f**king curious to sit here and not try when I can. Men are intriguing. So are chicks.”


Alan Cumming

attends the New York premiere of “Carol” at the Museum of Modern Art on November 16, 2015 in New York City.

Wentworth Miller


Learning that Wentworth Miller is gay made us think that maybe the years filming “Prison Break” had something to do with it. Dropping the soap, if you know what we mean.

Although rumors were in the air surrounding Miller as early as 2007, the actor only came out when he was called to attend a Film Festival in Saint Petersburg. We all know how Russian authorities treat their LGBT community and Miller was genuinely scared.

What shocked most fans was that the truth was in deep contradiction with the on-screen persona of Michael Scofield. Many felt betrayed and proceed to troll his social media accounts with ravaging posts.

Revealing that he is gay came packed with tales about Miller’s troubled childhood. Depression and a couple of suicide attempts showed once more that suppressing your feelings is bad.

Jodie Foster

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attends the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Inaugural Gala presented by Salvatore Ferragamo at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on October 17, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California.

Academy Award-winning Jodie Foster has had incredible success as an actress. She is a mother of two sons and has her own production company. Just last April, Foster married Alexandra Hedison.

Queen Latifah is Gay

Queen Latifah as a career spanning three decades and her personal life often gets neglected.

However, it is impossible to resist the urge of dissecting how he ended up attracted to members of the same sex. Chances are Latifah changed her mind after the 1995 carjacking incident.

The rapper known for her anti-violence lyrics took a taste of the bitter reality. Because men typically provoke violence, she might have concluded that breasts make you a pacifist.

Queen Latifah showed her support for the LGBT community in January 2014 by officiating the wedding of 33 couples (including same-sex ones). It all took place while “Same Love” was playing. A bold statement made by the 46-year-old artist

Hearing a woman describe her first kiss with another girl as a life changer can certainly bring men down.

Jillian Michaels might be a world-class personal trainer now, but she was shy as a mouse when she first kissed a girl at the age of 18. The experience proved decisive.

Jillian shows us all just how accessible it is to have a lean and healthy body. Nevertheless, her fitness videos trigger more than a desire to shed the extra kilos. Men and women alike engaged in epic fights over the rights to kiss and caress that ripped body. The fans first learned about Michael’s sexual preferences in 2010, when she addressed without gloves the issue in the “Ladies Home Journal.”

Jillian Michaels and Heidi Rhoades are in a domestic partnership that ended all speculations once brought in the open. The couple now has two children, one of which they adopted from Haiti in 2012.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Jesse Tyler Ferguson is one of the few celebrities on the list you probably knew about before reading this.

When you give the audience a gay character like Mitchell Pritchett from “Modern Family,” it is perfectly reasonable for them to ask questions. Does the role stretch to influence real life personality?

The answer is simple. The producers chose Ferguson for the role because he was gay since adolescence. The actor often recalls how he had to tell his family three times (at ages 17, 19, and 21) that he is not like the rest of the boys. You must imagine that the Fergusons were not a happy family, as Jesse’s sister is also gay.

It takes a lot of time before gay celebs emerge at the surface. However, Jesse Tyler Ferguson went well beyond that by campaigning throughout the US for same-sex marriages. His efforts paid off, and almost every state now allows such unions.

Sam Smith

When Sam Smith teamed up with Naughty Boy to release the 2013 hit “La La La,” few fans got the hint.

However, only one extra year would be necessary for the British singer to express his preferences without fear of being judged. Instagram pics of him and rebel Jonathan Zeizel showed once more that love is incredible. When two men love each other, the world might as well mind its own business.

Smiths’s breakthrough at the top of the music charts was unbelievable. If 2015 brought him 6 Grammy Awards, early 2016 was special.

The artists won the Academy Awards for Best Original Song. “Writing’s on the Wall” was commissioned for the 2015 James Bond movie “Spectre.” When you have a $250 million budget, finding someone to write and perform great music should be easy.

Neil Patrick Harris

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Neil Patrick Harris (born June 15, 1973) is an American actor, comedian, magician, and singer, …. Harris confirmed that he is gay on November 4, 2006, by saying, “I am happy to dispel any rumors or misconceptions and am quite proud to say that I’m gay

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