These remarkable celebrities have won the hearts of thousands of fans on the big screen, small screen, and in real life. Although life in Hollywood is full of drama, these stars have managed to find love. And with the help of their plus ones, they’ve become the most adorable LGBT couples in Tinseltown.
Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor
“American Horror Story” star Sarah Paulson and Emmy Award winning actress Holland Taylor have been together since 2015. While appearing on “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen,” Paulson shared how Holland started flirting with her via DMs. And although they have a 32-year age gap, the two of them are enjoying every minute they have together.
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka fell in love when Burtka joined Harris’ TV show, “How I Met Your Mother” in 2004. By 2006, they proposed to each other, but they didn’t announce their engagement until 2011 when the Marriage Equality Bill was passed in New York. They married in 2014 and had two beautiful kids.
Kate McKinnon and Jackie Abbott
“Saturday Night Live” star Kate McKinnon is a riot and her impersonation of celebrities like Justin Bieber is spot on. She’s such an amazing performer that it caught the attention of film writer and actress Jackie Abbott. They declared their love for each other at a drag race hosted by RuPaul.
Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner
Writer, director, and producer Jane Wagner collaborated with “Grace and Frankie” star Lily Tomlin on her comedy album in 1971. They immediately recognized they were made for each other. But they didn’t get married until 2013.
And they’re so inseparable that they actually share one star on the Walk of Fame instead of two.
Zachary Quinto and Miles McMillan
“Star Trek” film actor Zachary Quinto and model Miles McMillan made heart stops whenever they walked down the red carpet together. They moved into a New York apartment and were often seen walking their dogs down the street. Unfortunately, they broke up in 2019.
Jodie Foster and Alexandra Hedison
Academy-award winning actress Jodie Foster found love in the arms of Alexandra Hedison, a former actress who switched to photography and has her work featured in art galleries worldwide. The couple got hitched in 2014, but prefer to keep their personal lives private.
George Takei and Brad Altman
LGBT rights advocate and “Star Trek” actor George Takei and “Star Trek” writer Brad Altman didn’t meet on set. They met after Takei invited Altman to train him for a marathon. In 2008, they became the first LGBT couple to apply for a marriage license in West Hollywood, and their relationship remains strong.
Lance Bass and Michael Turchin
Former NSYNC band member Lance Bass started dating actor and painter, Michael Turchin, in 2011. After recognizing that they were each other’s one true love, the couple got married at the Park Plaza Hotel in 2014 and have been trying to have children through a surrogate.
Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell
“Twilight” actress Kristen Stewart and Victoria’s Secret model Stella Maxwell supposedly started living together after dating for five months. The couple reportedly broke up in 2018 but were seen together in 2019. Whether these two will walk down the aisle is anyone’s guess, but they do look cute together.
Sir Elton John and David Furnish
Sir Elton John started dating David Furnish in 1993. John popped the question during a dinner party 12 years later. When civil partnerships became legal in England, the couple entered into a partnership the same day.
Then they made it official and got married in 2014.
Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black
Olympic star Tom Daley and LGBTQ activist Dustin Lance, who’s also an Oscar award winning writer for the 2008 film, “Milk” got married in 2017. They have a son together named Robert Ray. but according to the couple, Black is the one who takes care of the night baby duties.
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi
Actress and TV personality Ellen DeGeneres has had several accomplishments over the years, like her successful talk show. But they pale in comparison to finding true love with “Arrested Development” actress Portia de Rossi. They married in 2008 in their home in Beverly Hills and although they don’t have children, their pets are the very next thing.
Ellen Page and Samantha Thomas
Award-winning “Juno” actress Ellen Page DM’d professional dancer, Samantha Thomas out of the blue, and the two clicked right away. Six months later, they got married and opted to wear casual clothes like jeans and tennis shoes to the ceremony.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita
“Modern Family” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita knew life wasn’t always fair. Mikita was diagnosed with cancer when he was 12 but survived it. Meanwhile, Ferguson had a rough time coming out to his dad.
But when these two love birds met, they knew they were meant to be. They married in 2013 and have been living happily together ever since. Now, the couple is expecting their first child. “I’m actually expecting a baby in July with my husband,” Ferguson told James Corden. He added, “I’m very excited. I’m 44 now. I’m, like, let’s get this show going. I mean, it’s already, tick tock.”
Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird
Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird have a lot in common. They’re both athletic, powerful, and very much in love. These two won five Olympic gold medals combined, but Rapinoe’s biggest victory was winning Bird over when she slid into her DMs.
Kendrell Bowman and Anthony Wayne
Kendrell Bowman and Anthony Wayne fell in love in New York City. A year into their relationship, they started working on an off-Broadway show called “Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical.” So not only are they amazing partners in love, but also in business.
Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne
Stand-up comedian Tig Notaro met her match when she found love with Stephanie Allynne. But Allynne told Cosmopolitan that she had never felt any attraction towards women until she met Notaro on the set of the 2013 film, “In a World.” They two got hitched in 2015 and had their first child a year later.
Sara Gilbert and Linda Perry
“Roseanne” and “The Conners” actress Sara Gilbert was dating Linda Perry, the former lead singer of the rock group, 4 Non Blondes since 2011 and got married in 2014. A year later, they had a baby boy. Sadly, Gilbert filed papers to legally separate from Perry in 2019.
Melissa Etheridge and Linda Wallem
Singer Melissa Etheridge was raising four kids all by her lonesome and she needed help. So, she turned to her bestie, “Nurse Jackie” actress Linda Wallem and the two fell in love. They started dating and eventually got hitched in 2014.
Miles Brock and Milan Christopher
Rappers Miles Brock and Milan Christopher became one of the first openly gay couples in the world of rap. They released hits like “When I Go,” which objects to bullying of LGBT kids. They’ve also appeared on the show “Nip/Tuck” and in music videos with Kanye West.
Unfortunately, they’re no longer together.
Adam Lambert and Sauli Koskinen
Musician and former “American Idol” contestant Adam Lambert and Finnish television host Sauli Koskinen started dating in 2010. Unfortunately, they split up three years later. But they both agreed that they were better off as friends.
Tom Ford and Richard Buckley
Since 1986, Tom Ford and Richard Buckley have been a force to be reckoned with in the fashion world. Ford, who owns his own fashion line, also told Vogue that he realized Buckley was his one and only during an elevator ride together.
Amber Heard and Tasya van Ree
Model and actress Amber Heard started dating artist and photographer Tasya van Ree. Their relationship became highly publicized. Unfortunately, they ended it in 2012, but they’re very supportive of each other.
Van Ree told The Sun in 2016 that she considered Heard to be “brilliant, honest, and beautiful.”
Chely Wright and Lauren Blitzer
In 2010, Chely Wright became one of the first country music stars to come out. In 2011, she married author and LGBT rights advocate Lauren Blitzer. The couple are also the proud mothers of identical twins born in 2013.
Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli
“Orange is the New Black” actress Samira Wiley fell in love with the show’s writer Lauren Morelli. In 2016, they got engaged and five months later, they got married in Palm Springs, California, and spent their honeymoon in one of the most romantic places ever… Italy.
Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham
“Teen Wolf “and “Arrow” actor Colton Haynes started internet stalking celebrity florist Jeff Leatham. The two of them were eventually set up by a mutual friend in 2014, and they got hitched four years later. Sadly, their love was not meant to be, and they divorced two years later.
Raven-Symone Pearman and AzMarie Livingston
“That’s So Raven” star Raven-Symone Pearman came out during an interview with Oprah in 2014. Although she claimed she was attracted to both genders, she later revealed she was in love with actress AzMarie Livingston, whom she was living with since 2012. Unfortunately, the two of them are no longer together.
Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson
Model and actress Cara Delevingne revealed during an interview that she was used to keeping people at arms-length because of trust issues. But then she met “Pretty Little Liars” Ashley Benson and was quoted calling the love they shared “sacred.”
Miley Cyrus and Kaitlynn Carter
When singer Miley Cyrus ended things with her husband Liam Hemsworth, she took comfort in the arms of blogger Kaitlynn Carter. The two reportedly moved in together and it seemed like Cyrus had found the one. But then she ended things with Carter and found love in Australian singer Cody Simpson.
Nico Tortorella and Bethany C. Meyers
“Younger” actor Nico Tortorella and LGBT rights activist Bethany C. Meyers got married in 2018 and consider their relationship polyamorous.
While Tortorella identifies as pan, Meyers identifies as gay. Although they’re both free to do whatever they want with other people, they love each other very much.