11 Famous LGBT Couples You May Not Know Are Still Going Strong in 2020

We all know that couples like Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi and Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka are still together, but what about other famous LGBT couples?

Like Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson or Michael Kors and Lance LePere?

Maybe you didn’t even know they were a couple in the first place!

Below are 11 that you may not know about that are still going strong in 2020!

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Did you know about these 11 famous LGBT couples that are still going strong together in 2020? Read on to find out who they are!

Famous LGBT Couples Still Going Strong in 2020

1. Cara Delevingne & Ashley Benson

Cara Delevingne is an English actress, model and singer, who is openly bisexual and gender fluid. Benson is best known for her role as Hannah on Pretty Little Liars.

In June 2019, she conformed that she had been in a relationship with actress and model, Ashley Benson, for over a year.

While they both have been rumored to date several celebrities in the past, it has been confirmed that Delevingne dated musician St. Vincent, actress Michelle Rodriguez and British musician Jake Bugg.

Benson, on the other hand, has dated actor Chord Overstreet, musician Justin Thorne and Ryan Good, aka Justin Bieber’s stylist.

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2. Cynthia Nixon & Christine Marinoni


Cynthia Nixon is an actress and activist. In 2004, she began dating education activist, Christine Marinoni.

On February 7, 2011, Marinoni gave birth to their son, Max Ellington. The couple married on May 27, 2012 in New York City.

3. David Hyde Pierce & Brian Hargrove

Actor David Hyde Pierce, best known for his role in Frasier, came out 2007.

Later that year, he confirmed he had been in a relationship with television writer and producer, Brian Hargrove, since 1983.

The couple were married on October 24, 2008, in California.

4. Ellen Page & Emma Portner


Ellen Page is a Canadian actress, who came out as gay on February 14, 2014, during a speech at the Human Rights Campaign’s “Time to Thrive conference.

In January 2018, Page announced that she had married Canadian Emma Portner, professional dancer and choreographer.

Porter currently teaches contemporary jazz at the Broadway Dance Center in New York City.

5. George Takei & Brad Altman

George Takei is an actor, author and activist. In October 2005, he revealed that he is gay, in an issue of Frontiers magazine.

In that same interview, Takei also confirmed that he and his partner, Brad Altman, had been in a committed relationship for the past 18 years.

6. Jodie Foster & Alexandra Hedison

Jodie Foster is an actress, director and producer.

While the subject of her sexual orientation has been the focus since the 1990’s, Foster didn’t publicly come out as gay until 2013.

She actually came out during her acceptance speech, on the Golden Globe Awards, where she received the Cecil B. DeMille Award.

In April 2014, Foster married her girlfriend, Alexander Hedison, who is an actress, director and photographer.

Previously, Foster was in a relationship with Cydney Bernard, from 1993-2008, with whom she has 2 sons with- Charles was born in 1998 and Kit was born in 2001.

7. Matt Bomer & Simon Halls


Matt Bomer is an actor, singer and LGBT rights activist.

He is the father of 3 children, through surrogacy- Kit was born in 2005 and twins, Walker and Henry, were born in 2008.

Bomer publicly came out as gay in 2012, during his acceptance speech for the Steve Chase Foundation’s New Generation Arts and Activism Award.

In his speech he said, “I’d really especially like to thank my beautiful family: Simon, Kit, Walker, Henry. Thank you for teaching me what unconditional love is. You will always be my proudest accomplishment.”

8. Michael Kors & Lance LePere

Michael Kors is a fashion designer, honorary chairman and chief creative officer of his brand, Michael Kors, which sells women’s and men’s clothing, bags, accessories, shoes, watches and wallets.

On August 16, 2011, Kors married his longtime partner, Lance LePere.

LaPere, also a fashion designer, and Kors met in 1990 when LaPere worked as an intern at Kors’ company.

The couple were married on Dune Beach in Southampton, New York.

9. Robin Roberts & Amber Laign

Robin Roberts is a television broadcaster. In 2005, she quietly began dating Amber Laign, a massage therapist.

It would be 9 years before Roberts not only reveled her relationship with Laign, but also publicly disclosed her sexual orientation.

In 2015, Roberts was named one of the 31 Icons of the 2015 LGBT History Month, by the Equality Forum.

10. RuPaul Charles & Georges LeBar

RuPaul Charles is an actor, drag queen, model, singer and television personality. In 2018, he became the first drag queen to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

RuPaul started dating Georges LeBar, a ranch owner/manager and painter, in 1994.

The two met on the dance floor at The Limelight nightclub, in New York City, on LeBar’s birthday (in January).

In March 2017, RuPaul revealed that he and LeBar married two months ago, in January, on LeBar’s birthday and the anniversary of when they met.

11. Sarah Paulson & Holland Taylor

Sarah Paulson is an actress, who was named one of the 25 Best Dressed of 2018 by fashion website, Net-A-Porter.

Paulson had dated men until 2004, when she began dating actress Cherry Jones, a relationship that ended in 2009.

Prior to Jones, Paulson was engaged to Tracy Letts, an actor, playwright and screenwriter. Since 2015, she has been in a relationship with actress Holland Taylor.

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