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We decided to introduce you Hollywood’s Cutest LGBT Couples That Prove Love Has No Boundaries

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In the glamorous world of Hollywood, it’s always great to see celebrities falling in love. And these Hollywood LGBT couples are total relationship goals. Some of these couples on our list were a big surprise to us and others have been together for years. So, let’s take a closer look at Hollywood’s finest LGBT lovebirds that prove love has no boundaries.


Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell

Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell

One is a Hollywood star and the other is a runway model. Considering how famous they are, we are sure you can tell which one is which. Kirsten Stewart got her breakthrough role when she starred in the Twilight movies. On the other hand, Stella Maxwell made it big when she began working for Victoria’s Secret.


Michael Sam and Vito Cammisano


Michael Sam was understandably thrilled when he got drafted to the St. Louis Rams. His emotions were at an all-time high and he could not help kissing Vito Cammisano, his boyfriend, on live TV! They were together for a long time and announced their engagement in 2015. Sadly, it was not meant to be and they later split up.


Ricky Martin and Jwan Yosef


Ricky Martin announced his engagement when he guest starred on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. It was to none other than the Syrian-Swedish painter, Jwan Yosef. They claim that it had been love at first sight! What a gorgeous pair!


Jillian Michaels and Heidi Rhoades


If you watched The Biggest Loser, there is no way you do not know who Jillian Michaels is. She also starred on Just Jillian, a television program by E! As a matter of fact, she asked talent manager Heidi Rhoades to marry her on the show! These lovely ladies have two children together.


Lance Bass and Michael Turchin


Lance Bass is best known as a member of the wildly popular late 90’s boy band, N’SYNC! In 2011, he entered a relationship with Michael Turchin, a talented painter. When same-sex marriage was finally legalized in the United States, they tied the knot in what became the first LGBT marriage to have been shown on cable TV. You can watch it on Lance Loves Michael: The Lance Bass Wedding.




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