Top 10 Famous Celebrity Gay Couples Married Designer Michael Kors wed his longtime partner, Lance, in a private ceremony on Dune Beach in 2011 (they got engaged after New York legalized same sex marriage). His statement on the union? Basically the cutest thing ever: “To marry someone as wonderful and special to me as Lance barefoot on a glorious beach is more than I could have dreamed of.” White Collar actor Matt Bomer broke many hearts when he openly declared that he was gay in 2012. Considered hot property on Television and in Hollywood. The actor is in a relationship with publicist Simon Halls and the two have three kids together via surrogacy, including a pair of twins. Designer Tom Ford married journalist Richard Buckley (at the time, his partner of 27 whopping years) in 2014, and dropped the news during an interview at the Apple store like it ain’t no thing, saying, “Richard, yes, 27 years, and we’re now married, which is nice. I know that it was just made legal in the U.K., which is great. We were married in The States.” Jim Parsons is best known as a major star in the hit series, “Big Bang Theory” playing Sheldon Cooper. Parsons is still fairly new to the Hollywood scene, but has been with his partner Todd Spiewak for over ten years. Today, Parsons and Spiewak are still very much in love and still going strong. Parsons is content having a “boring” life and a simple love with his partner. In 2012, Anderson Cooper ended all rumors and speculation by officially coming out of the closet. Most people were not shocked or surprised at all, and in fact applauded Cooper for being honest not only with himself, but also the rest of the world. Soon after he was out, millions worldwide wondered if the CNN anchor had a love interest. In 2009, Cooper met French man Ben Maisani, and the couple has been together ever since. NSync star Lance Bass was known as a teen heartthrob in the late 90s and early 2000s. Girls would swoon over the boyband protege, unaware that he wasn’t remotely interested in them. When Bass officially came out of the closet in 2006, people wondered if he was in a relationship. Bass and Michael Turchin began dating in 2011 and became engaged in 2013. On December 20, 2014, the couple made history as the first gay couple to exchange their vows on network television on the special, “Lance Loves Michael: The Lance Bass Wedding.” The show aired on February 5, 2015 on E! Jesse Tyler Ferguson plays a gay man on one of the biggest television series to date, and has a lot in common with the character he plays. Even though Justin Mikita is over ten years his junior, the pair started dating in 2010. The “Modern Family” star popped the question to Mikita in 2012, and a year later, the couple were married in New York. The guest list was full of star-studded celebrities such as Rebecca Romijn and Zachary Quinto. But Mikita doesn’t just live as a house husband; he works as a lawyer. Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka met in 2004 and started dating that same year. At the time, NPH wasn’t officially out of the closet. It wasn’t until Burtka made an appearance on “How I Met Your Mother”, and accusations arose that he earned the role only because he was dating one of the stars, that speculation began. This forced NPH to officially come out of the closet in 2006, in People Magazine.
The couple became parents to fraternal twins named Gideon Scott and Harper in October of 2010, and they married in Italy in September 2014. The two are well known for posting adorable family themed Halloween photos each year. In December of 2014, Elton John made mainstream headlines after the pop star tied the knot with his longtime partner, David Furnish. They invited the world to celebrate their special day on December 21st – via Instagram, of course. The couple are parents to two children, born in 2010 and 2013 respectively from the same surrogate mother. Furnish is a well-known Canadian film maker, and was named by GQ as one of Britain’s best dressed men. In the 1980’s, George Takei was best known for his role as Mr. Sulu in “Star Trek”. After Star Trek went off the air, George was still a working actor, and joined a gay running club. He noticed a man named Brad Altman, who was the best runner in the group, and George asked Brad to train him. Not too long after, the running pair became partners, keeping their relationship a secret for 18 years before George came out of the closet in 2005. Three years later, George and Brad got married. Today, the couple are icons of the marriage equality campaign as well as maintaining one of the most significant social media presences in modern history. Subscribe for more videos