13 Famous People Who Have Been Open About Their Bisexuality For A Very Long Time

Maren Morris is the latest celebrity to come out as bisexual.

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The singer came out on Instagram:

Maren Morris writes: "PHOENIX, AZ. Happy to be the B in LGBTQ+. Happy pride ?."

Congrats to Maren, and in celebration of this occasion, let's look at other celebs who have been openly bi for what seems like forever:

1.Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day came out as bisexual in 1995.

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He told the Advocate, "I think I’ve always been bisexual. I mean, it’s something that I’ve always been interested in. I think people are born bisexual, and it’s just that our parents and society kind of veer us off into this feeling of ‘Oh, I can’t.’ They say it’s taboo."

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"It’s ingrained in our heads that it’s bad, when it’s not bad at all. It’s a very beautiful thing."

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2.Bai Ling talked about being bi in 2008.

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She told GLAAD, "My name is pronounced 'bi,' so when I was asked, 'Are you bi?' I said, 'Yes, I am Bai.' Do you like men? 'Of course!' Do you like women? 'Why yes!' And later I found out what that means and I said, 'Sure, I am bi!'"

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3.Björk has been talking about being bisexual since the early 2000s

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She told Diva magazine in 2004: "I think everyone’s bisexual to some degree or another; it’s just a question of whether or not you choose to recognize it and embrace it. Personally, I think choosing between men and women is like choosing between cake and ice cream."

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4.Megan Mullally came out as bisexual in 1999.

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She told the Advocate, "I consider myself bisexual, and my philosophy is, everyone innately is."

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5.Thandie Newton talked about her bisexuality in 2008.

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She told the Advocate, "We’re all potentially bisexual; it all depends on your circle, your upbringing, and all kinds of things. Or maybe I’m just talking about myself. I could’ve easily fallen in love with a woman over a man."

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6.Drew Barrymore came out as bisexual in 2003.

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She told Contact Music, "Do I like women sexually? Yeah, I do. Totally. I have always considered myself bisexual."

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7.Evan Rachel Wood pubicly came out as bi in 2012.

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Here's what she posted:

Evan Rachel Wood tweets about being bisexual and observes that Miley gives her gay vibes, clarifying it's not a bad thing

8.Alan Cumming has always been open about his bisexuality.

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Allan actually has an FAQ section on his website. When asked how he explains bisexuality, he says: "I’m not here to change people’s minds about whether they believe in bisexuality. All I’m saying is that I think my sexuality and most people’s sexuality is gray. I am married to a man. I have a healthy sexual appetite and a healthy imagination. I also have an attraction to women. I’ve never lost it, actually."

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9.Lady Gaga has also always been open about her bisexuality.

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She told fans in 2013, "You know what? It’s not a lie that I am bisexual and I like women, and anyone that wants to twist this into ‘she says she’s bisexual for marketing,’ this is a fucking lie. This is who I am and who I have always been.”

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10.Vanessa Carlton came out as bisexual in 2010.

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She came out during a performance at Nashville Pride, "I’ve never said this before but, while we’re here and living out loud as we should every single day, I, myself, am a proud bisexual woman."

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11.Megan Fox discussed her bisexuality in 2009.

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She told Esquire, "I think people are born bisexual and they make subconscious choices based on the pressures of society. I have no question in my mind about being bisexual."

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12.Anna Paquin came out as bisexual in 2010.

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When asked about people misunderstanding her sexuality after she married a man, Anna told the Guardian: "People understand the version of the world they live in, and if it’s outside their experience, then sometimes it frightens people, or they just don’t get it. And that’s fine."

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13.And lastly, Michelle Rodriguez publicly came out as bisexual in 2013.

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She told EW, "I’ve gone both ways. I do as I please. I am too f'ing curious to sit here and not try when I can. Men are intriguing. So are chicks."

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