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44 Celebrities You Didn't Know Were Gay Or Bisexual

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    Kristen Stewart

    Kristen Stewart (sort of) cleared the air about her sexuality in an interview with Nylon magazine, referring to the whispers surround her rumored girlfriend/visual effects producer Alicia Cargile. "Google me, I'm not hiding," she said of her sexual preference. "I think in three or four years, there are going to be a whole lot more people who don't think it's necessary to figure out if you're gay or straight. It's like, just do your thing."

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    Jess Glynne

    Believe it or not, Jess Glynne's debut album was actually inspired by a breakup with a girl. Still, she doesn't want to label herself as a lesbian. "I'm never going to put a label on my sexuality and people should never feel uncomfortable about who they love," she reportedly said. 

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    Keke Palmer

    Keke Palmer isn't gay. She isn't straight. She isn't bi-sexual. She just is. In an interview with PEOPLE, the entertainer spoke about her video for "I Don't Belong To You," explaining the end of the video when she ends up with a woman. "The video was to represent the young woman today - it's not the traditional woman anymore - and not the specifics of 'Am I gay? Am I straight? Am I bi?' I'm making the rules for myself, and I don't have to be stuck down to one label," she said.

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    Colton Haynes

    Colton recently came out, saying "I'm happier than I've ever been" and we're so happy for you, Colton!

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    Vanessa Carlton

    There comes a time and place to announce your bisexuality and if you're Vanessa Carlton, it's at Nashville Pride. In 2011, the singer/songwriter made the announcement in front of an audience of 18,000.

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    Zachary Quinto

    He's played several characters on American Horror Story, and we've loved every single minute of it. I mean, look at that scruff and coiffed hair. Here we see him in his natural state. It's called sexy.

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    Connor Franta

    One of YouTube's biggest vloggers (with more than 3.6 million subscribers) conquered his fears in 2014 with an emotional video called "Coming Out" that's definitely going to get the water works going.

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    Raven-Symoné

    Even though her opinions might spark some heat, we have to show some love to Raven. She's stated that she doesn't want to be hit with any labels and just wants to love humans, which is perfectly fine by us.

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    Michael Angelakos

    Passion Pit's Michael Angelakos is gay. It's one of the big revelation that the frontman revealed in an interview with author Bret Easton Ellis during his podcast, B.E.E. During the discussion, Michael spoke in-depth about music and mental illness and the bombshell happened somewhere mid-discussion. "When this was all happening recently, finally, I just decided it might be best to talk about it here. I don't really know what happened, but it's just one of those gut feelings. It's the same gut feeling I had when I said, OK, I kind of just need to talk to people about the fact that I am. I'm gay. And that's it. It just has to happen. This was exactly the type of situation where I don't feel like I'm being threatened," he said. 

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    Sam Sparro

    Having a tough childhood only has a few perks, and Sam Sparro learned that the hard way. In an interview with The Guardian, he told the outlet that he learned to love himself, and we couldn't agree more.

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    Lady Gaga

    Mother Monster may be engaged to Taylor Kinney, but she's also taken "a few dips in the lady pond." I mean, we were all born this way.

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    Holland Taylor

    With a lengthy career in Hollywood, vet actress Holland Taylor told a public radio station that she was in a relationship with a woman and has always been interested in females. "I haven't come out because I am out. I live out," she defiantly told listeners. You go, Holland!

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    Rob Halford

    Being "the stately homo of heavy metal" isn't a subtle title, but Judas Priest's Rob Halford owns it. In fact, his big coming out scenario was a simply slip of the tongue during an interview with MTV in 1998.

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    Rostam Batmanglij

    Show some love to the rockers. Vampire Weekend guitarist Rostam Batmanglij made his first public statement regarding his sexuality in 2010 during an interview with Out Magazine.

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    Miley Cyrus

    Everyone's favorite pop wild child understood that she was bisexual at just 14-years-old AKA when she was Hannah Montana. Speaking with PAPER magazine, Miley recalled the time when she told her mom that she admired women in a different sort of way.

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    Sarah Paulson

    This acting diva helms from Florida and has performed both on and off-Broadway. She also appeared on American Horror Story, inching our list of AHS castmembers to a total of two.

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    Nyle DiMarco

    Nyle made waves on "America's Next Top Model," but the former contestant revealed his sexuality via a fan message on Twitter and needless to say, it was a headline-making response. "They ARE THE BEST OF THE COMPETITION... Nyle you have so much gays fans!, tell us, boys or girls?" one fan asked, to which Nyle responded with "fluid" along with a news article about fluid sexuality.

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    Amber Heard

    Amber came out with a bang at GLAAD's 25th anniversary event in 2010. Although she is currently in the middle of a divorce battle with Johnny Depp. Listen to Pride Radio on iHeartRadio

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    Billie Joe Armstrong

    Green Day's frontman has over two decades of marriage under his belt with wifey Adrienne Armstrong, but that doesn't take away from his bisexuality bombshell during an early '90s interview with The Advocate.

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    Jim Parsons

    Jim Parsons and Todd Spiewak have been walking their dogs and washing their clothes together for over a decade. If that's not something to cheer about, then we don't know what is!

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    Gus Kenworthy

    Sochi Olympics silver medal winning athlete Gus Kenworthy used an interview with ESPN the Magazine to dish about his sexuality. "I was insecure and ashamed. Being gay has never been looked at as being cool. And I wanted to be cool," he said in the mag, before sharing pride for his sexuality in a Facebook post.

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    Jonathan Knight

    This NKOTB member performed alongside Donne, Joey, Danny and Jordan throughout the '80s and '90s. Earlier this year, New Kids on the Block went back on tour with TLC and Nelly because we all love some nostalgia.

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    Michael Stipe

    Stipe puts the Q in LGBTQ. Not only does he identify himself as a "queer artist," but he has no interest in defining what it means to be gay, straight or bisexual.

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    Andrew Rannells

    If you were looking for some Broadway love on this list, then look no further. Rannells has appeared on "The Book of Mormon" and received multiple awards for his talents as a singer.

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    Charice

    She came out in 2013 during an interview with The Buzz in the Philippines, citing previous relationships with other girls in the music industry.

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    Matt Bomer

    We can't deny that Bomer's inclusion on this list makes us swoon just a bit. Yes, you read correctly. You can catch him on re-runs of White Collar.

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    Lady Sovereign

    Sexuality has been a hot topic for Lady Sovereign ever since she dropped her debut single, and it became an even bigger topic when she officially came out in 2010.

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    Mika

    This British pop singer went public with his sexuality in 2012 during an interview with Instinct magazine, admitting that he found strength through music to become comfortable in his own skin.

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    Fergie

    Fergie's no stranger to opening up about her marriage to hubby Josh Duhamel, but she's also not afraid to dish on her bisexuality. In an interview with The Advocate, she admitted that she's had a ton of fun with women and isn't ashamed to admit it.

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    Jodie Foster

    Good evening, Clarice! We'll never forget that line nor will we forget that Jodie married Alexandra Hedison in April of 2014 and has two sons: Charlie and Christopher.

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    Matt Dallas

    He played the infamous belly button-less guy on Kyle XY, and we have to admit that he did an amazing job. We also shed a little tear when he came out and announced his engagement to his boyfriend in 2013.

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    Bob Harper

    Celebrity personal trainer Bob Harper started off his career in Melissa Etheridge's hit video "Angels Would Fall." He's also been on The Biggest Loser since 2004. Needless to say, he can train us any day he wants.

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    Jonathan Bennett

    Jonathan is all too familiar with the fact that we wear pink on Wednesdays. I mean, he played Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls, and we'll forever be grateful. As a part of the #LoveisLouder Campaign with MTV, he uploaded a video to empower young people who are facing bullying. That is so fetch.

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    Chely Wright

    "I hear the word 'tolerance' -- that some people are trying to teach people to be tolerant of gays. I'm not satisfied with that word. I am gay, and I am not seeking to be 'tolerated.' One tolerates a toothache, rush-hour traffic, an annoying neighbor with a cluttered yard. I am not a negative to be tolerated," Chely once said. That is some truth, girl.

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    Sean Maher

    This former actor in The Playboy Club came out in 2011 and has two children with his partner Paul.

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    David Hyde Pierce

    He won 4 Emmy Awards, playing Dr. Niles Crane in the iconic television show Frasier, and made his relationship with longtime partner Brian Hargrove public in 2007. The couple later married in California in 2008. #Goals

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    Jillian Michaels

    Ring the "Jillian is a gay" kettle bell! Jillian is currently together with her partner Heidi Rhoades and has two children.

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    Nathan Lane

    On the obvious side of things, we figured we'd add in a photo of Nathan Lane for good measure. He appeared in The Bird Cage and has had multiple runs on Broadway. He's an all around class act and even looks pretty fabulous in drag.

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    Tila Tequila

    If you've ever caught a glimpse at her MTV reality show A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila, you're probably in the know. If you haven't, check it out because it'll give you all the answers you need.

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    Ty Herndon

    After a string of '90s hits like "What Mattered Most" and "Living in a Moment," Herndon came out in 2014 during an interview with People magazine and we couldn't give him more props.

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    Chris Willis

    Chris Willis found peace with his sexuality in the late '90s and that was definitely for the best, considering he was about able to transition from budding gospel singer to a vocalist on several David Guetta records.

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    Jonsi

    Some people like to mix business with pleasure, and Sigur Rós frontman Jonsi is one of them. Jonsi has teamed up with his longtime partner Alex Somers for many projects, including tracks to the soundtrack for Bradley Cooper's new film Aloha.

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    Frenchie Davis

    After her time on American Idol and The Voice, the big-voiced singer (or shall we say saaanger) revealed that she was dating a woman during an interview with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in 2012. All we have to say is: you go girl!

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    Billy Gilman

    You'll remember Billy Gilman as a child, but he's now an openly-gay, 27-year-old country singer, and we couldn't be more proud of him.

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