8 Famous Gay Couples You Didn't Know About

8 Famous Gay Couples You Didn't Know About

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In Hollywood, everyone has an opinion about love. Many people simply do not understand the link between celebrities and long-term relationships. Unfaithfulness and messy affairs are all too common in high-profile relationships! However, some celebrities stand out from the crowd and can teach us a thing or two about true love for them.

Consider Cooper Anderson, who has a partner whom we all admire and wish to have. Some celebrities, such as Ellen DeGeneres, Neil Patrick Harris, and Jillian Michaels, have shown us that love is still alive and well. Leave out the dental implants, liposuction surgery, and Photoshop—we're just talking about love here. Let us now round up the most powerful LBGT Hollywood couples, because we all know that love is a beautiful thing. Continue reading to learn more about them.

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres is a popular television host and one of the most vocal LGBT rights advocates on television. She has been in a relationship with actress and model Portia De Rossi. They've been dating since 2004, and they married in 2008. Ellen DeGeneres once said Portia De Rossi is her true love on the Ellen Show.

Kehlani Parrish & Shaina Negron

In a recent twist of events, popular singer Kehlani announced her pregnancy during an Instagram Live. She told her fans that she "finally knows" who she is and that she sees herself as queer. People had been wondering about her identity for a long time, so Kehlani decided to clear it up once and for all. While we aren't aware of the singer currently dating anyone, she did briefly date Shaina Negron in 2017. They're all together at the Soul Train Awards.

Miley Cyrus and Kaitlynn Carter

This is a relatively new romance. Miley Cyrus and her actor husband, Liam Hemsworth, have recently called it quits and announced their divorce. It wasn't long before Miley was seen getting close to reality star Kaitlynn Carter, who was going through a similar situation with her own husband, Brody Jenner, who is part of the Kardashian-Jenner family. It appears that the two girls hit it off, as they have been inseparable since. The two have been spotted together in clubs and even with Miley's mother, Tish.

Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli

These two lovebirds met on the set of Orange Is the New Black, where Wiley was acting and Morelli was writing. They married in Palm Springs in March of 2017 and honeymooned in Italy. Since then, their social media feeds have been inundated with romantic vacation photos.

Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor

Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor met at a Hollywood party in 2005, more than a decade before they fell in love. They began dating in 2015 after reconnecting on a project for women's rights. (Taylor slipped into Paulson's direct messages!) The two have admitted to considering marriage for spiritual reasons and because of their 32-year age difference. "I can't say it any other way than there's a poignancy to it, and a heightened sense of time and the value of time," Paulson said.

RuPaul and Georges LeBar

At first glance, RuPaul and Georges LeBar may appear to be complete opposites. RuPaul is a renowned TV show host, a frequent presence in movies, and well-known for his extravagant wardrobe in Hollywood. Meanwhile, Georges LeBar operates a ranch in the rural area of Wyoming. Despite their apparent differences, it's evident that the couple, who have been in a relationship since the early '90s and secretly married in 2017, is a well-suited pair.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita

It could be argued that Ferguson and Mikita, who tied the knot in 2013, lead an extraordinarily mundane and unremarkable existence, characterized by their occasional appearances in Taylor Swift's music videos, donning matching designer attire at the Tony Awards, and receiving invitations to John Legend's birthday celebrations. As you can see, their life is incredibly dull.

Elton John and David Furnish

After eight years of a British civil partnership, The Piano Man and his Canadian filmmaker husband got married in December 2014. The couple first connected in 1993 through a mutual friend, and they have been exchanging weekly love letters ever since. The key to their enduring power? Furnish emphasizes the need of preserving one's independence and not becoming enmeshed in a partner's personality.