Blonde bisexual bombshell Amber Heard might be the reason that Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis split after fourteen years together.
Amber and Johnny met while filming "The Rum Diary" together, but Amber was with Tasaya van Ree, her girlfriend of three years, at the time. Just last month the couple was photographed together, and Tasaya was actually dressed a little like Johnny with her beat-up cowboy hat and layered shirts.
But apparently copying Johnny's hipster style couldn't save this relationship -- Amber has allegedly been visiting the actor on the set of "The Lone Ranger," and there's even a bizarre rumor that he bought her horse so that they can go riding together.
If Amber is in a relationship with Johnny, she wouldn't be the only bisexual celebrity who is currently dating a man.
Back in 2010, Christina Aguilera talked about how her then-husband Jordan Bratman was aware of her bisexual tendencies. During an interview with Out magazine, the singer/actress stated, "My husband and I check in with each other, but I definitely love women. I think they're more attractive to the naked eye." However, Christina says that she doesn't think that should get serious with a woman because should couldn't deal with a second menstrual cycle, and she just loves a certain part of the male body way too much.
So that's probably why she started dating another man, her "Burlesque" assistant Matthew Rutler, after she and her hubby split. Her new guy also must be comfortable with her sexuality - they celebrated her bisexual side by taking part in Los Angeles Pride Weekend earlier this month.
Lady Gaga has also admitted to being bisexual. In 2009 she told Rolling Stone that her attraction to other women is "purely physical" and that it often makes her boyfriends "uncomfortable." But perhaps she's finally found someone who is okay with her love of both sexes in boyfriend Taylor Kinney - she and "The Vampire Diaries" hunk are trying to make their relationship work despite Mama Monster's busy schedule.
Then there are bisexual stars like Megan Fox, who go on to marry men. The "Transformers" actress, who is currently expecting her first child with hubby Brian Austin Green, told Esquire magazine this about her confusing sexual preferences: "I have no question in my mind about being bisexual. But I'm also a hypocrite: I would never date a girl who was bisexual, because that means they also sleep with men, and men are so dirty that I'd never want to sleep with a girl who had slept with a man." But obviously she's okay with being with a man even though she considers them too dirty for other women.
So it seems that more and more celebrities are comfortable talking about being bisexual these days, but unlike Amber, most of them haven't been in long-term relationships with the same sex. So do you think that these stars can truly consider themselves bisexual, or are they using the term to describe themselves because it's simply en vogue?
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