8 Longest Relationships of LGBTQ+ Celebrities

Celebrity relationships sometimes end too quickly. However, there are several successful examples, namely couples who have stood the test of time and dealt with all the problems. It also occurs in LGBTQ + couples. Many celebrities have been in love for over a decade.

 

Frankly, some of these couples have had to not only deal with publicity issues but also with other adversities. In the end, it was difficult for them to cross the invisible barrier and show their partners to the public. Find out more about the 8 Longest LGBTQ+ celebs romantic relationships.

Christine Marinoni and Cynthia Nixon

These two will often recall their first meeting in 2004. For Cynthia Nixon, it was the first time she had a romantic relationship with a woman, and as we can see, she really likes it. Although Cynthia Nixon had some doubts about her partner, they overcame all difficulties and got married after 8 years.
8 Longest Relationships of LGBTQ+ Celebrities

Brad Altman and George Takei

Probably many of you do not remember the moment when George Takei (Star Trek star) joined a running group. It happened in the 80s and at one of those moments, he met Brad Altman. They began dating in secret and lived together from time to time. This relationship went into hiding for about 18 years. In 2005, they announced their status and got married three years later. “We are the perfect team. I am an actor and writer, Brad is the manager and scheduler. We love that,” George Takei once said.
8 Longest Relationships of LGBTQ+ Celebrities

Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres

This couple is surrounded by many rumors. There is a version that they met in 2004 and immediately felt warm emotions for each other. Their relationship was gaining momentum, but at that moment Portia de Rossi announced that she was not ready for a romantic relationship with such a famous woman. She eventually came out in 2005. Their wedding took place in 2008, and they have loved each other for 15+ years.
8 Longest Relationships of LGBTQ+ Celebrities

Dave Furnish and Elton John

The legendary singer has had many relationships with young and hot males, however, Dave Furnish evokes more emotions and feelings in him than anyone else. Their meeting back in 1993 took place thanks to Elton’s friends. And this is another case of love at first sight. Later, the singer said, “For 15 years we have been sending letters and postcards to each other. It was our Saturday tradition. It was a great way to say how much we love each other wherever we are.” Until 2014, Elton and Dave were in a civil marriage, and they got married as soon as LGBTQI+ marriage was legalized.
8 Longest Relationships of LGBTQ+ Celebrities

Rob France and Tan France

How many lonely hearts have united dating apps? Tan and Rob are no exception. At first, they bonded over similar lifestyles and habits. They later developed even more common interests and got married in 2007.
8 Longest Relationships of LGBTQ+ Celebrities

Georges LeBar and Rupaul

While having fun in one of NY nightclubs, Rupaul met LeBar. At first glance, this story could not have a happy ending. Rupaul was the Hollywood elite, Georges LeBar was a rancher. “Yes, he is a rancher and I work in Hollywood. You know, I’m working to create a comfortable and luxurious atmosphere around him. He needs a little more time to get used to his new life, but we manage. This is what makes us and our feelings stronger,” Rupaul said in an interview.
8 Longest Relationships of LGBTQ+ Celebrities

Jane Wagner and Lily Tomlin

Do you often hear about a 50-year relationship? We are sure not, although such cases exist in the LGBTQI+ community. Jane Wagner and Lily Tomlin met more than 50 years ago, and today, their relationship is a famous story. The first emotions they felt when Wagner helped Tomlin with a project in which she participated. They both say that this love was at first sight, although they got married many years later, in 2013.
8 Longest Relationships of LGBTQ+ Celebrities

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka

This relationship has been going on for over 15 years. It was a chance meeting on one of the streets of New York in 2004. They continued to communicate through mutual friends and social networks. A little later, Harris confessed that he was the first to experience an ardent feeling of love. They got married in 2014. Today they have twins.
8 Longest Relationships of LGBTQ+ Celebrities