On Wednesday, RuPaul revealed a HUGE secret when he told Ross Mathews and Ali Landry on Hollywood Today Live that he married his longtime partner, Georges LeBar, back in January. CONGRATULATIONS — and so sneaky!
While chatting about his man, who runs a 60,000-acre ranch in Wyoming/South Dakota, the famed drag queen dished:
"I've never said this on television before, but we are married. We got married on our 23rd [anniversary]. I met him on the dance floor at Limelight [club in New York City] in 1994, on his birthday. So we got married on his birthday, the anniversary of when we met, this year — in January."
How exciting! And it seems the twosome decided to finally jump the broom as they wanted the "tax breaks." Hey, whatever works for you, honey!
Now the lovebirds are famously private about their relationship, but RuPaul couldn't stop himself when he gushed:
"He's a great guy, but he doesn't care about show business at all. He couldn't care less."
Awwwwwwww. Nonetheless, the 56-year-old has no plans of relocating to the Midwest as he noted:
"God bless you, Wyoming, but it's very boring, and it's the most isolated place on earth."
We bet. Be sure to ch-ch-check out RuPaul's big marriage admission for yourself (below)!
Congrats again, you two! We really couldn't be happier for ya!
James Van Der Beek somehow made it through a very painfully awkward interview...
Making an appearance on the Thursday episode of British TV show This Morning, the star was meant to be promoting his Sky One show Carters Get Rich, only it was overshadowed by its very cringe-worthy start!
Hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby introduced the actor by showing a clip of what some of his accomplished Dawson's Creek costars have been up to in the 20 years since the show aired, and then they said: