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10 Stars Who Opened Up About Sexuality

Today is National Coming Out Day, honoring the 1987 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.


The DWTS contestant Siwa was an inspiration to queer kids everywhere when she came out in January.

Jojo Siwa

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Lovato shared on their podcast in May that they’re non-binary. Lovato has also opened up about being proudly pansexual.

Demi Lovato

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The Bachelor star came out in April, telling Good Morning America, “I'm the happiest and healthiest I've ever been in my life.”

Colton Underwood

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The Nights Like This singer came out as lesbian in April. Kehlani’s pronouns are she/they.


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In a heartfelt social media post, Page shared with his fans that he is transgender: “I love that I’m trans. And I love that I am queer.”

Elliot Page

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The HSMTMTS star revealed he is part of the LGBTQ+ community. "There are plenty of letters in the alphabet ... why bother rushing to a conclusion?" he told GQ.

Joshua Bassett

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Shipp publicly came out via social media in June. The X-Men and Love, Simon actress played Hayley Kiyoko’s love interest in a music video over the summer.

Alexandra Shipp

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Though she first came out to her fans during an Instagram Live in 2020, the actress expanded on her queer identity to Gay Times this year.

Dove Cameron

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The chart-topping Japanese-American singer, songwriter and producer came out as non-binary in June via Instagram Live.

Hikaru Utada

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“I love a soul, not a gender,” the Game of Thrones star told Rolling Stone in 2019. This year, Turner celebrated Pride Month with spirited posts on her Instagram Story.

Sophie Turner

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