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Coming out celebrites : 24 Coming out LGBT who marked 2022

Coming out celebrites : 24 Coming out LGBT who marked 2022

coming out celebrites : Here are celebrities who have come out, and whose journey can inspire millions of people.

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24 celebrities, actors and reality stars who came out in 2022

  • Celebrities coming out shouldn’t be revolutionary anymore, but media exposure is important.
  • Many celebrities have come out this year.
  • Here’s every star who’s opened up about their sexuality or gender identity this year. 


Rebel Wilson 

‘Pitch Perfect’ star and comedian Rebel Wilson came out in June by revealing that she is dating fashion designer Ramona Agruma.

In her  Instagram post , she wrote, “I thought I was looking for a Disney Prince…but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess   #loveislove.” 


Emeli Sandé

British singer and songwriter Emeli Sandé has announced that she is in a relationship with a woman during this year. When asked if she considers herself bisexual, Sandé said, “I don’t really know how I identify, but I guess so. I just think I should love who I’m supposed to love.” (quote from Emeli Sandé)

Kit Connor

In November, ‘Heartstopper’ star Kit Connor said he was forced to come out after receiving pressure from fans.

Connor, the actor known for his role in the Netflix series “Nick Nelson”, has been the target of speculation and pressure from fans who questioned his sexuality and accused him of playing a bisexual role while he would be straight. In September, Connor decided to quit Twitter, calling the app “dumb.” However, he briefly returned to the platform in November to announce that he was bisexual and to denounce the pressure exerted on him by some fans. His gaming mother, Olivia Colman, also slammed the behavior saying she was “incredibly proud” of him for “facing all of this and being in the spotlight”, while emphasizing that everyone should be free to make his “own journey”.

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Aunjanue Ellis

Aunjanue Ellis, who was nominated for an Oscar this year for her role in “King Richard,” revealed she is bisexual in an interview with Variety. “I live my life openly, around people I share my life with, so I’m public about it,” Ellis told Variety. “I am very clear about being bisexual. I have a sweatshirt that says “Girl Bi” that I wear everywhere.” (quote from Aunjanue Ellis)

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Jerrod Carmichael

In his HBO special, “Rothaniel,” which aired in April, actor Jerrod Carmichael revealed he’s gay. He shared a story of finding out his dad had cheated on his mum and said: “After it became public knowledge I was left alone feeling like a liar, because I had a secret. A secret that I kept from my father, my mother, my family, my friends and from you. Professionally, personally. And that secret is that I am gay.” (quote from Jerrod Carmichael)

Ava Phillippe

In January, Ava Phillippe, daughter of Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe, posted on her Instagram that she was not attracted to any particular gender.

“I’m attracted to… people! (Gender is whatever),” she wrote in an Instagram story.

Janelle Monaé

During an appearance on “Red Table Talk” in April, Janelle Monaé revealed that they are not binary.

“I’m not binary,” Monáe told hosts Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris. “So I just don’t consider myself a woman or — only. You know, I feel all my energy.”

“I feel like God is so much bigger than the ‘he’ or the ‘she,'” they said, adding that “if I come from God, I am everything.” 

Rae Williams

Rae Williams, actress in the Netflix dating series “The Ultimatum,” announced that she was bisexual during the show’s press conference in April. “I’ve been with one person, who’s amazing and I had a really good connection with, but we kept it casual, and I ended up denying my sexuality because I was so bad at it. comfortable being bi for a very long time,” she said. (quote from Rae Williams)

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Jena Malone

In August, actress Jena Malone, known for her role in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” came out as pansexual. She shared on Instagram her journey to understand her sexuality.

“I guess I saw myself as a straight man in a woman’s body,” she wrote. “I visualized his desires and projected them onto me. But it was never the whole story that was meant to be mine. So I learned to say it in a different way. To use words to guide me, not to define me. That my sexual identity still has a lot to teach me and reveal to me.”

Malone went on to say, “I’m looking for words that feel more right to me to explore in my narrative. Pansexuality. Sapiosexuality. Polyamory. A broader spectrum of understanding that suits me better. And today, I honor her with this sweet, sleepy little dance. I like humans. So there it is.”

In an interview with “The Hollywood Reporter,” Malone said her family was “really supportive” of her decision. (quote from Jena Malone)


“RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Season 14 runner-up Bosco actually came out as a trans woman after returning home from filming the reality series.

she tweeted .

“After filming wrapped this summer, I started focusing on how the medical transition would look like to me. I started HRT after I came back from ‘Drag Race,’”

John Cameron Mitchell

‘Joe vs. Carole’ star John Cameron Mitchell revealed they weren’t binary in an interview with PRIDE.

Discussing their seminal role as Hedwig in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” Mitchell said, “Lately I’ve been getting a bit of flack [from some people saying] that only trans people can play this role because it’s a trans role. I’m not trans, I’m not binary, but it’s a slippery slope because the character is forced into an operation and isn’t really trans.”

Stauste Chrishell

“Selling Sunset” cast member and reality star Chrishell Stause revealed she was in a relationship with Australian non-binary and queer rapper G Flip when the show reunited in May.

“I’m still very drawn to masculine energy and a good human. I hear people talking about these things and they say, ‘I knew from a young age.’ It is not me. I’m very open to good energy and I don’t know what my future holds,” she said. 

Maria Thattil

Maria Thattil was crowned Miss Universe Australia in 2020 and appeared on “I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!” in January 2022 where she revealed that she was bisexual. “Growing up, I always felt like I was a bit bi-curious. And I only dated straight people, but growing up I was attracted to the girls at my school,” she told co-worker David Subritzky. “I just thought it was easier to say, ‘You know, I date men.’ But before I came here, I was at a party and I met a girl and we ended up connecting, and it was just natural.” (quote from Maria Thattil)

Jasmine Kennedie

Bosco’s co-worker Jasmine Kennedie also revealed she’s trans during an emotional episode of the show’s spinoff, “RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked.” 

“Before I came here I was about to start hormones, and coming here I was scared and didn’t want to have to go through this process going through this,” she said.

“Seeing Kerri [Colby], seeing how confident she is in who she is, it just affirmed what I’ve felt my whole life. I also feel like I’m trans.”

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The ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ season 14 winner came out as trans while the show aired.

“It took me a long time to come to terms with my transnitude because so much space has been taken up by my illness,” she said in  a Twitter post .

Jake Daniels

In May, professional soccer player Jake Daniels came out as gay in an article for sports media company Sky Sports. Daniels, who plays for Blackpool in England, is the second professional football player to publicly go out after Justin Fashanu, whose career was cut short due to homophobia when he came out in 1990. good time to do it. I feel like I’m ready to tell my story to people. I want people to know the real me,” Daniels said in the Sky Sports article. (quote from Jake Daniels)

Becca Tilley

“The Bachelor” alum Becca Tilley revealed in May that she was in a four-year relationship with singer Hayley Kiyoko. Tilley had appeared in Kiyoko’s  “For the Girls”  music video which parodied “The Bachelor” and later  posted on Instagram  that she is in a relationship with the singer.

On the May 23 episode of the  “Rubbing With Becca Tilley & Tanya Rad”  podcast, Tilley said she doesn’t identify with the lesbian label.

“When I met Hayley, it was the first time I had it specifically for a woman,” she said.

Tilley added that she keeps their relationship a secret, just off social media.

Amybeth McNulty

In 2020, ‘Anne with an E’ actress Amybeth McNulty “accidentally” outed herself on Twitter by liking and reposting a fan edit of herself attending a pride parade. However, in June, McNulty officially teased her fans in an Instagram post. She captioned a montage video of herself at different ages: “Guess this is my official coming out… so when I’ve said in the past that I understand you it’s because I’m l one of you. I know how difficult the journey is, but know that it will be fine. It took me 8+ years to fully understand the truth, but I believe it now.” (quote from Amybeth McNulty)

Willow Shields

Actress Willow Shields stepped out during Pride Month.

Shields, best known for her role as Primrose Everdeen in the ‘Hunger Games’ franchise, said she was bisexual  in the caption of an Instagram post  of herself waving a pride flag.

“Happy Pride,” she wrote.

Kat Dubrow

Kat Dubrow, the daughter of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” star Heather Dubrow and “Botched” surgeon Terry Dubrow, publicly outed herself as a lesbian earlier this year. Although she already came out of the closet in front of her family last year, the family came forward about her sexuality in interviews ahead of the 16th season of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” in February. The Dubrows’ eldest daughter, Max, came out as bisexual two years ago. “I was really stressed about it,” Kat told People in February. “But I’m really grateful to have Max as an older sister, who has already been through all of this. Seeing my sister being so proud and seeing her so comfortable with herself just makes me feel like I have nothing to fear.” (quote from Kat Dubrow)

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Peach PRC

Peach PRC, real name Shaylee Curnow, came out as a lesbian in January. The Australian pop singer, who is very active on TikTok, revealed her sexuality on social media after teasing her song “God Is A Freak.” “Guess now is a good time to tell you all I’m a lesbian,” captioned a video for her new single song. In a statement to pedestrian.TV, Peach PRC said: “The response has been really beautiful and supportive. I feel so welcomed by the lesbian community and finally at peace with something I have long denied.” (quote from Peach PRC)

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Popular “League of Legends” esports player Biofrost, whose real name is Vincent Wang, came out as gay in a lengthy statement on Twitter in May. In the post, he wrote that he struggled with his identity from a young age while living in China. “At the age of 8, I was bombarded with homophobic and sexist comments at home,” he writes. “I was hyper-aware of how I should act and tried not to act or sound ‘gay’, but I was still constantly bullied.”

Biofrost said it also wants to raise awareness about homophobia in the esports gaming community. “In almost every team I’ve been on, I’ve heard homophobic comments from teammates or staff and felt uncomfortable, even borderline scared of losing my job if I told the truth “, he added. Biofrost has received a ton of support from fans, other popular esports players, and his own team. In response, he later tweeted: “I didn’t expect this amount of support and it gives me hope for the change we can make in this community. I am incredibly grateful for all of you.”


Popular “League of Legends” esports player Biofrost, real name Vincent Wang, outed himself as gay in a lengthy statement on Twitter in May. In the post, he wrote that he struggled with his identity from a young age while living in China. “At the age of 8 I was bombarded with homophobic and sexist talk at home,” he wrote.

“I was hyper-aware of how I should act and tried not to act or sound ‘gay’, but I was still constantly bullied.” Biofrost said it also wants to raise awareness about homophobia in the esports gaming community. “In almost every team I’ve been on, I’ve heard homophobic comments from my teammates or staff and felt uncomfortable, even borderline scared of losing my job if I told the truth “, he added. Biofrost has received a lot of support from fans, other players.

Luke Baines

‘Shadowhunters’ star Luke Baines stepped out at the end of Pride month  in a touching Instagram post.

“I’ve been lucky enough to have been in love twice – once with a woman, once with a man,” Baines captioned a gallery of black-and-white images with romantic messages. “Label whatever you want, but all I know is … love is love. Good pride!”

Baines’ “Shadowhunter” costars commented with messages of support, including Sydney Meyer, Alberto Rosende and Tessa Mossey.

Dominic Sherwood, who played Jace Wayland on the popular series, wrote: “So proud of your brother!! Good pride. I like you.”

Sawyer Fredericks

In February, Sawyer Fredericks, winner of the eighth season of “The Voice,” came out as bisexual. He wrote in an Instagram post “#Truthfultuesday”: “Since I did not say this publicly in an article, I wanted to say that I am bisexual.” He continued: “When I was younger I thought I was straight, because I was more into women, and I didn’t know there were more options than Gay and Straight. So I assumed I was straight.” (quote from Sawyer Fredericks)




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