The Entertainment Industry's Lgbt Couples


In Hollywood, everyone has something to say about love. Many people simply do not understand how celebrities can have committed relationships.

David Furnish and Elton John There is no need to introduce the couple of David Furnish and Elton John. Although they went into a civil partnership in 2004, they didn't get married until gay marriage was finally allowed in 2014.

Portia De Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres One of the most vocal supporters of LGBT rights on television is Ellen DeGeneres, a well-known television host.

Cara Delevingne & Annie Clark It's difficult to think of a more popular It-girl now than British beauty Cara Delevingne. They adored their friendship with Annie Clark, a musician.

Justin Mikita and Jesse Tyler Ferguson The role of Mitchell Pritchett that Jesse Ferguson is best known for is on Modern Family. 2013 saw the actor's most recent marriage to Justin Mikita.

Jwan Yosef and Ricky Martin When Ricky Martin made an appearance on an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, he disclosed that he was engaged to painter Jwan Yosef.

Brad Altman and George Takei Before being able to be married, George Takei, an actor and ardent supporter of the LGBT community, dated his actor-writer partner for nearly 27 years.

Michael Turchin and Lance Bass Lance Bass and Michael Turchin started dating for the first time in 2011. In 2014, the couple would eventually be hitched.

Shaina Negron & Kehlani Parrish In a recent development, well-known artist Kehlani made her formal coming out announcement on Instagram Live.

Mr. Richard Buckley and Tom Ford Given how attractive both men are, it had to have been a case of love at first sight. They have been married since 1986, and their son, Alexander John Buckley Ford, is their only child.

Alex and Wanda Sykes In 2008, Wanda and Alex Sykes became husband and wife. Fraternal twins Olivia and Lucas would join their family just a year later.

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