The Entertainment Industry's LGBT Couples

Everyone in Hollywood has an opinion on love. Many people simply don't comprehend how famous people can be in long-term relationships.

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Ellen DeGeneres, a well-known television host, is one of the most outspoken advocates for LGBT rights on television.

Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi

 best known for playing Mitchell Pritchett on Modern Family. The actor's most recent union with Justin Mikita took place in 2013.

Mikita, Justin, and Ferguson, Jesse Tyler

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don't need an introduction. Although entering a civil partnership in 2004, they postponed getting married until 2014, when gay marriage was officially legalised.

Elton John and David Furnish

Ricky Martin announced his engagement to painter Jwan Yosef during an appearance on an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Ricky Martin and Jwan Yosef

an actor and enthusiastic advocate of the LGBT community, dated his actor-writer partner for about 27 years before he was legally allowed to get married.

George Takei and Brad Alter

In 2011, Lance Bass and Michael Turchin first began dating. The couple would finally get married in 2014.

Lance Bass and Michael Turchin

Recently, well-known musician Kehlani announced her official coming out on Instagram Live.

Kehlani Parrish & Shaina Negron

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That had to have been love at first sight, given how gorgeous both men are. Alexander John Buckley Ford, their son, is their only child; they have been married since 1986.

Tom Ford and Richard Buckley

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

Wanda and Alex Sykes

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