Portia De Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen and Portia are by far the most famous lesbian couple in Hollywood. Their relationship, considered an energetic couple, has stood the test of time. They started dating in 2004. Porsha was working as a model and actress at that time, and Ellen was doing standup. After four years together, they tied the bonds of marriage in a public wedding.
They are also a shining example of a relationship based on love – without regard to sexuality. Ellen has been awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her active role in promoting LGBT rights. Portia, on the other hand, is a philanthropist. The couple also loves animals and works with animal rights advocates. Without a doubt, Ellen and Porsha can do no wrong.
Annie Clark and Cara Delevingne
Cara Delevingne has unexpectedly come into the limelight in the modeling world, becoming “that girl” in the industry. However, she decided to pursue a career away from the catwalk. She once said she wanted to be famous and be the center of attention. Perhaps now she will fulfill that dream by becoming an actor as well.
From relationships, she dated Annie Clark, a musician who performs under the alias St. Vincent. When their relationship became public, everyone on social media almost went ballistic. Thankfully, the hype eventually subsided, and the reason for that was that Delevingne ended her relationship with Clarke in 2016.
Holland Taylor and Sarah Paulson
When you think you’ve seen everything, a relationship comes along that can undoubtedly be written in a book. The relationship between 42-year-old actress Sarah Paulson and the mother of Charlie Sheen’s character Charlie Sheen from the sitcom Two and a Half Men, 74-year-old Holland Taylor.
While some may raise their eyebrows at this arrangement, these two couldn’t care less. Why would their relationship be any different than a young woman’s relationship with a man who is 30-40 years older than her? After all, age is just a number, as this couple demonstrated.
Jane Wagner and Lily Tomlin
In the 1960s, Lily Tomlin first hit the stage as a standup comic. She subsequently won numerous awards for her performances on television, in movies, and on Broadway. And for decades, Tomlin has been a true icon of the LGBTQ community. But what Tomlin is most remembered for was an event in 1971.
She met writer and future wife Jane Wagner when Tomlin invited Wagner to contribute to an LP album called, And That’s The Truth. The two have been together as a couple ever since, although there have been no official public announcements. In December 2013, they bonded in marriage.
Mike Doyle and Andrew Runnells
Spouses who do the same things together stay together – it’s just life. This statement shows that shared hobbies are an essential key to keeping a relationship alive. Andrew Rannells and Mike Doyle are another couple united by their love for their work.
Each of them is an actor. However, Rannells also voices roles and sings. He is so good that his theatrical performance was recognized with a Tony Award. And Doyle, in addition to acting, is involved in directing, writing, and producing. Belonging to the same industry helped them stay together, but they went their separate ways in 2018.
Paris Barclay and Christopher Mason
Paris Barclay’s name resonates on television: he has appeared on such acclaimed series as CSI, ER, and The West Wing. However, besides professional achievements, Barclay cherishes recognition of another kind – a deep bond with his life partner, Christopher Mason.
Their love has lasted over a decade, blossoming with unwavering strength and resilience. Barclay’s direction is compelling, but it is in the quiet moments spent with Mason that he finds true fulfillment. Their enduring partnership is a testament to the power of love and commitment, inspiring those who seek lasting relationships.
Jose Manuel Colon and Orlando Cruz
Why can’t male boxers marry men? Unfortunately, however, due to the culture in the sport and possible backlash, not many of them find love in same-sex relationships. And Orlando Cruz doesn’t care at all what people think. He is the first professional boxer to openly announce that he is gay while still working as a boxer.
In October 2012, he won his first fight. In 2013, he became one of the first inductees into the National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame. Cruz subsequently married Jose Manuel Colón in Central Park.
Sauli Koskinen and Adam Lambert
Despite Adam Lambert’s lack of visibility publicly and professionally, many people still remember his performances and that he placed eighth on the show American Idol. Lambert’s job may be quiet, but his heart department is fully engaged, and love is at the top of his priority list.
A spark struck when Sauli Koskinen, a reality TV personality and Finnish entertainment reporter, and Lambert met—the two dated from 2010 to 2013. Unfortunately, they break up despite their love for each other, but they also admit that they continue to love each other as friends. But that hasn’t stopped Lambert from looking for new acquaintances.
Sophie Huber and Cherry Jones
Nevertheless, Cherry Jones has always openly declared her orientation. She openly acknowledged and thanked her 18-year-old architect partner Mary O’Connor in 1995 when she received her Tony Award. In 2004, Jones was in a relationship with actress Sarah Paulson. Two years later, Paulson and Jones publicly professed their love for each other.
However, they broke up in 2009. Since 2015, Jones has been happily married to Sophie Huber. This is an actress, director, composer, and producer of Swiss origin. Considering that Jones has recently starred in such series as “Inheritance” and “Poker Face,” it is clear that she is doing well both professionally and personally.
Jackie Abbott and Kate McKinnon
Kate McKinnon’s talent knows no bounds, thanks to her brilliant comedy performance on Saturday Night Live. However, McKinnon takes a more severe approach when it comes to matters of the heart. She found her love in the arms of Jackie Abbott, a talented independent film actress. At the 2017 Emmy Awards, their relationship was publicly recognized: they basked in each other’s joy together as McKinnon triumphantly accepted the award for Best Supporting Actress.
Abbott’s multifaceted skills go beyond acting: she has a unique “part-time clown” role on her resume. Through it all, McKinnon and Abbott create a dynamic bond combining laughter and deep connection, showcasing their love and shared passions.