1. Angelina Jolie
On identifying as bisexual: “[I was] surprised when I suddenly found myself having these feelings I always had for men, but for a woman, and wanting to kiss her and wanting to touch her,” Jolie told 20/20 in 2003.
Angelina Jolie’s bisexuality was never a secret. After splitting with her first husband, actor Jonny Lee Miller, the Gia star began seeing model Jenny Shimizu, whom she met on the set of their film Foxfire. In fact, the relationship was so serious that Jolie told Girlfriends magazine in 1997, “I would probably have married Jenny Shimizu if I hadn’t married my husband. I fell in love with her the first second I saw her.”
2. Megan Fox
On identifying as bisexual: “I have no question in my mind about being bisexual,” Fox told Esquire in 2011.
Although Megan Fox is now the mother of husband Brian Austin Green’s child, she’s been candid about her feelings towards the same gender. In addition to matter-of-factly proclaiming her bisexuality to Esquire, she famously stated that fellow actress Olivia Wilde “is so sexy, she makes [her] want to strangle a mountain ox with [her] bare hands.”
3. Lindsay Lohan
On identifying as bisexual: “Maybe. Yeah. . . I don’t want to classify myself. First of all, you never know what’s going to happen tomorrow, in a month, a year from now, five years from now. I appreciate people, and it doesn’t matter who they are, and I feel blessed to be able to feel comfortable enough with myself that I can say that,” Lohan told Harper’s Bazaar in 2008.
4. Amber Rose
On identifying as bisexual: “I’m extremely open with my sexuality. I can be in love with a woman, I can be in love with a man,” Rose told Complex in 2009.
Amber Rose shot to fame for being Kanye West’s ex or, as the tabloids viewed her, the “bisexual freak stripper that [fucked] Kanye.” But despite her ridiculed public image, the soon-to-be Mrs. Wiz Khalifa, who allegedly dated a woman named Tre before Yeezy, has made it clear that she has the capacity to be in a loving monogamous relationship with a person, regardless of gender.
5. Amber Heard
On identifying as bisexual: “It’s been frustrating as I don’t label myself one way or another—I have had successful relationships with men and now a woman. I love who I love, it’s the person that matters,” Heard told Metro UK in 2011.
After reevaluating her role in the media, Amber Heard knew that she didn’t want to remain part of the problem. Heard, who had been seen actively protesting Prop 8, came out at the 25th Anniversary GLAAD celebration in 2010 to raise awareness of gay Americans searching for equality. She walked down the red carpet with her girlfriend, photographer Tasya van Ree, whom she had been dating since 2008. Now the gossip rags are saying that she’s with Johnny Depp.
6. Evan Rachel Wood
On identifying as bisexual: “Yeah, that’s a big part of who I am, and it always has been for as long as I can remember. I can’t say I’m one way or the other because I’ve honestly fallen in love with a man and I’ve honestly fallen in love with a woman. I don’t know how you label that, it’s just how it is,” Wood told Marie Claire in 2011.
7. Aubrey O Day
On identifying as bisexual: “I think it’s funny that so many people care. I mean, half the time, I don’t even know who I’m gonna love or what I’m gonna feel comfortable exposing myself to,” O’Day told MTV News in 2009.
8. Kristina Lokken
On identifying as bisexual: “I have dated and have had sex with men and women and have to say that the relationships I have had with certain women have been much more fulfilling, sexually and emotionally, than those with certain men. I connect with an aura, with energy. And if the person with whom I connect happens to be a female, that’s just the way it is. That’s what makes my wheels turn,” Loken told Curve in 2006.
9. Portia Di Rossi
On identifying as lesbian: “Having to hide something like that just ruined me. It really, really killed me. I had always really loved men—and still do—and just kind of assumed that I would be straight. I think everybody assumes that you’re gonna be heterosexual. And the thing that made me think that I wasn’t was I developed very strong feelings for my best friends,” De Rossi told Oprah in 2010.
10. Anna Paquin
On identifying as bisexual: “I’m sure for some people saying they’re bisexual feels less scary than making a statement that they’re gay. For me, it’s not really an issue because I’m someone who believes being bisexual is actually a thing. It’s not made up. It’s not a lack of decision. It’s not being greedy or numerous other ignorant things I’ve heard at this point. For a bisexual, it’s not about gender. That’s not the deciding factor for who they’re attracted to,” Paquin told Zooey in 2012.