It seems Hollywood has never been more welcoming to a broad range of sexual orientations and identities than now. When stars have chosen to share how they sexually identify with the world, they are often met with praise and acceptance compared to the reactions of decades past. In honor of Raven-Symone's 32nd birthday on Dec. 10, 2017, Wonderwall.com is taking a look at the celebs who have come out as bisexual during their careers, starting with the Disney star herself! Raven-Symone publicly disclosed her sexuality on Twitter in 2013. "I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you," she tweeted, later explaining to Oprah Winfrey that she knew she was bisexual when she was 12, though said she doesn't care for labels. "I want to be labeled a human who loves humans," she said. She last publicly dated model AzMarie Livingston from 2012 to 2015. Now keep reading for more…
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Starlet Bella Thorne came out as bisexual on Twitter in August 2013. When a fan asked if she was bisexual, the teen star replied, "Yes." Bella then tweeted: "Aww thank you for all the accepting tweets from everyone. I love you guys #pride." In 2017, the "Famous in Love" star was romantically linked to several celebs including reality star Scott Disick and YouTuber Tana Mongeau.
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Angelina Jolie was asked in 2003 if she was bisexual. The Hollywood A-lister responded: "Of course. If I fell in love with a woman tomorrow, would I feel that it's okay to want to kiss and touch her? If I fell in love with her? Absolutely! Yes!" Angelina has been married to men three times and previously dated model-actress Jenny Shimizu on and off for several years.
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Rock icon David Bowie came out in an interview with Playboy in 1976. "It's true — I am a bisexual. But I can't deny that I've used that fact very well. I suppose it's the best thing that ever happened to me," David said. The late "Under Pressure" singer allegedly had a relationship with Mick Jagger, according to his first wife, Angie. In a 2002 interview, David revealed he had some regrets about coming out. "I don't think it was a mistake in Europe, but it was a lot tougher in America. I had no problem with people knowing I was bisexual. But I had no inclination to hold any banners nor be a representative of any group of people."
Kristen Stewart publicly revealed her sexuality after she was repeatedly seen out with producer Alicia Cargile following her split from "Twilight" heartthrob Robert Pattinson. "You're not confused if you're bisexual. It's not confusing at all. For me, it's quite the opposite," K-Stew told The Guardian in 2017. Kristen later stated she was open to dating men again in an interview with Harper's Bazaar in August 2017, saying "I want to try everything."
Former child star Aaron Carter opened up about his sexuality amid a slew of personal struggles in 2017. In a message posted to Twitter in August, the pop star explained, "…when I was around 13-years-old I started to find boys and girls attractive. This doesn't bring me shame, just a weight and burden I have held onto for a long time that I would like lifted off of me."
"Stranger Things" star Shannon Purser revealed her sexuality on Twitter in April 2017. "I don't normally do this," she wrote, "but I figure now is as good a time as any to get personal. I've only just recently come out as bisexual to my family and friends."
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong came out as bisexual in a 1995 interview with 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. It's ingrained in our heads that it's bad, when it's not bad at all. It's a very beautiful thing."
"Matilda" star Mara Wilson opened up about her sexuality after the country was rocked by the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida, in June 2016. Mara confirmed that she was bisexual in a series of tweets. "Thank you so much to everybody who has sent me words of support. I support you all, too. ❤️," she wrote after receiving encouragement from fans.
Hollywood A-lister Drew Barrymore discussed her sexuality in a series of interviews during the early 2000s. "Do I like women sexually? Yeah, I do. Totally. I have always considered myself bisexual," the star said in an interview with Contact Music in 2003. She further explained, "Being with a woman is like exploring your own body, but through someone else. When I was younger I used to go with lots of women. Totally. I love it."
R&B singer and musician Frank Ocean opened up about his sexuality in a Tumblr post in 2012. Although he never labeled himself as "gay" or "bisexual," the "Thinkin Bout You" singer had previously written about loving women before he wrote on Tumblr that at age 19, he found his first real love, a male friend.
"NCIS" actress Maria Bello opened up about her sexuality in an essay written for The New York Times in 2013. Maria, who has a son with an ex-boyfriend, shared the story of how she fell in love with her best friend, Clare Munn. "She was one of the most beautiful, charming, brilliant and funny people I had ever met, but it didn't occur to me, until that soul-searching moment in my garden, that we could perhaps choose to love each other romantically," Maria wrote. The pairing didn't last, however, and the couple split in early 2016. Maria later moved on with actor Elijah Allan-Blitz.
"Sex and the City" star Cynthia Nixon — who has two boys with ex Danny Mozes — explained her relationship with then-girlfriend (now wife) Christine Marinoni in 2007, saying, "I don't really feel I've changed. I'd been with men all my life, and I'd never fallen in love with a woman. But when I did, it didn't seem so strange. I'm just a woman in love with another woman." She later publicly identified as bisexual in 2012.
Hollywood icon Marlon Brando discussed his sexuality during a 1976 interview, explaining, "Homosexuality is so much in fashion it no longer makes news. Like a large number of men, I, too, have had homosexual experiences and I am not ashamed. I have never paid much attention to what people think about me." The late "The Godfather" actor was married three times, to women, and also enjoyed relationship with some of Hollywood's hottest stars.
"Hunger Games" actress Amandla Stenberg came out as bisexual in a Snapchat video she posted on Jan. 7, 2016. "It's a really, really hard thing to be silenced and it's deeply bruising to fight against your identity and to mold yourselves into shapes that you just shouldn't be in," she said in the clip. "As someone who identifies as a black bisexual woman, I've been through it and it hurts and it's awkward and it's uncomfortable."
"Arrested Development" star Alia Shawkat came out as bisexual in a May 2017 interview with Out magazine. "I was a tomboy growing up, and I remember my mom asking me when I was 10, 'Are you attracted to boys or girls?' I said I don't know," she said. "Now I consider myself bisexual, and I think balancing my male and female energies has been a big part of me growing as an actor."
"Justice League" actress Amber Heard publicly came out at GLAAD's 25th anniversary event in 2010, saying, "I have had successful relationships with men and now a woman. I love who I love; it's the person that matters." Amber later went through a marriage — and nasty divorce — with actor Johnny Depp following her split from girlfriend Tasya van Ree.
Pop star Katy Perry opened up at the 2017 Human Rights Campaign Los Angeles Gala about her own sexuality and coming to terms with her queerness while growing up in a religious home. "Truth be told, I did more than that!" she said in reference to her 2008 hit single "I Kissed a Girl." "But how was I going to reconcile that with the gospel-singing girl raised in youth groups that were pro conversion camps? What I did know was that I was curious, and even then I knew that sexuality was not as black and white as this dress. But in 2008, when that song came out, I knew that it started a conversation that a lot of the world seemed curious enough to sing along to it."
"Law & Order: SVU" star Raúl Esparza, who married his high school girlfriend in 1994, revealed in a 2006 interview with The New York Times that he is bisexual. Raúl and his wife, Michele Marie Perez, divorced in 2008.
"Grey's Anatomy" alum Sara Ramirez publicly came out as bisexual in a Twitter post in October 2016. "Because of the intersections that exist in my own life: Woman, multi-racial woman, woman of color, queer, bisexual, Mexican-Irish American, immigrant, and raised by families heavily rooted in Catholicism on both my Mexican and Irish sides, I am deeply invested in projects that allow our youth's voices to be heard, and that support our youth in owning their own complex narratives so that we can show up for them in ways they need us to," the actress wrote. Sara married her husband, Ryan Debolt, in 2012.
"Westwood" actress Evan Rachel Wood opened up about the label "bisexual" in a 2016 Time interview after coming out on Twitter in 2011. "I think because we're usually erased, people just don't have the information. There's so many negative connotations with that label. I understand the argument about labels and the desire to do away with them altogether. I think that's a great idea. But before that, we have to give people a chance to identify with somebody or a group in some way. That helped me," she said. "It's a real need. I want people to know that it's okay, [bisexuality] is valid, and their stories matter."
"Divergent" actress Shailene Woodley revealed that she's bisexual in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter in 2014. "I fall in love with human beings based on who they are, not based on what they do or what sex they are," she said.
Hollywood starlet and married mom of three Megan Fox came out as bisexual in 2013. "I think people are born bisexual and then make subconscious choices based on the pressures of society. I have no question in my mind about being bisexual," she said during an interview with the "Today" show.
"Will & Grace" star Megan Mullally revealed she was bisexual in an interview with The Advocate in 1999. Megan later clarified her statements in an interview with Queerty, telling the blog: "I said that I thought that everybody is innately bisexual. I think there are different levels of awareness attached to that, so I may believe that everybody is innately bisexual, but somebody who is very homophobic may not see that quality in themselves in any way, shape or form. That's on a very philosophical or even metaphysical level, you know what I mean?"
Singer Kesha explained her feelings on sexuality and relationships during an interview with The Huffington Post. "I love people. It's not about a gender. It's just about the spirit that exudes from that other person you're with," she said.
Actor Alan Cumming is openly bisexual and has had long-term relationships with both men and women. He was previously married to a woman, actress Hilary Lyon, for eight years and is currently married to his husband, Grant Shaffer.
Actress Anna Paquin is a proud bisexual woman, saying in a 2009 interview, "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." She later identified herself as a "happily married bisexual mother" in a 2014 tweet, explaining that "marriage is about love, not gender."
Twice-married music mogul Clive Davis revealed his bisexuality in his 2013 memoir, "The Soundtrack of My Life." Clive shared that he had two long-term relationships with men after his divorce from his second wife, Janet Adelberg.
"Biggest Loser" coach Jillian Michaels came out as bisexual in a 2010 interview with Ladies Home Journal. "Let's just say I believe in healthy love. If I fall in love with a woman, that's awesome. If I fall in love with a man, that's awesome. As long as you fall in love… it's like organic food. I only eat healthy food, and I only want healthy love," she explained.