6 Ariana Grande
American singer Ariana Grande first addressed her sexuality through a Monopoly, which has a line that clearly says ‘I like women and men.’ Released in April 2019, the song had fans and journalists hounding her for details.
Grande, known for dating various men over the past few years, has refused to comment further on her sexuality. “I haven’t before and still don’t feel the need to now, which is okay,” she said.
5 Jodie Foster
Jodie Foster is one of the most discreet celebrities, and when she felt the need to come out as a lesbian, she did that without making a big deal out of it.
The Silence of the Lambs star acknowledged her sexuality in 2013 in a speech at the Golden Globes. She has been married to photographer Alexandra Hedison since 2014 and has two children born during a previous relationship.
4 Ellen DeGeneres
T.V. personality Ellen DeGeneres came out in a very public way, her disclosure being published on Time magazine’s front page.
‘Yep, I’m gay!’ If the producers of her 1990s show Ellen was reluctant to let her address her sexuality, De Generes hit back with “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” which has been running for 17 years and brought her many awards.