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56 celebrities you didn’t know are gay, bisexual or lesbian – SORTABLE

PinkNews Staff Writer February 28, 2019
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13. Nyle DiMarco

Nyle DiMarco

America’s Next Top Model star DiMarco came out in 2015, saying he is “sexually fluid”.

The model – one of last year’s most popular contestants – revealed to his sexuality to his followers during a Twitter Q&A.

He later said he is glad to be deaf because it means he doesn’t have to listen to Donald Trump.

14. Fergie

Back in 2009, the Black Eyed Peas star confirmed she is bisexual. And she said she does love a “well-endowed man”.

The star, who married Josh Duchamel, told the Sun: “Put it this way, I’ve experimented definitely, but I have never had a steady girlfriend.”

15. Anna Paquin

Anna Paquin

The True Blood star has been out as bisexual since 2010. In 2012 she said bisexuality is “just part of who I am”.

After coming out she said she was proud to be a happily married bisexual mother, and said that her bisexuality really hadn’t been a secret.

16. Matt Bomer

Matt Bomer

The American Horror Story star has been out as gay since 2012. He married his husband Simon Halls in 2011.

The Magic Mike star revealed his parents’ shocking reaction to his coming out in May 2017.

17. Jess Glynne

Jess Glynne

The singer came out in 2015, saying she wanted to be honest with her fans. She later said she didn’t want to put a label on her sexuality and helped a gay couple get engaged.

Glynne had previously spoken of how her debut album was inspired by breaking up with an ex-girlfriend.

However, when the star recently opened up about her sexuality, she claimed she doesn’t want her honesty to mean she is branded as straight, lesbian or bisexual – instead, she wants to avoid labels altogether.

18. Tim Cook

Tim Cook

The Apple boss who took over from Steve Jobs when he passed away, came out as gay in 2014.

Cook was even considered by Hillary Clinton as a possible running mate for her 2016 presidential bid.

In 2017, the Apple CEO won The Newseum Institute’s Free Speech Award for his work protecting LGBT rights.

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