"Jersey Shore" star Snooki recently revealed that she's an equal opportunity "smusher" by calling herself bisexual. However, she admits that she could never get serious with a girl because she likes a certain part of the male anatomy too much.
Quite a few other female celebrities seem to share Snook's sentiment when it comes to being bisexual - they openly admit to being attracted to the same sex, but they settle down with the opposite sex. Here's a look at a few other stars that have done this:
This bubbly blonde confessed to sleeping with a lot of women during her teenage years, so she considers herself bisexual. Here's what the actress had to say about her sexuality: " Being with a woman is like exploring your own body, but through someone else." Even though she admits that she loved being with women when she was younger, it seems that Drew has stuck to dating guys in recent years. She's currently engaged to art consultant Will Kopelman, and the two have already adopted together. But don't get too excited - their new addition is just a puppy.
Speaking of adopting, this mother of many might have been raising a big brood with a woman in an alternate universe -- back in 1996, she was actually in a pretty serious relationship with her "Foxfire" costar Jenny Shimizu . And now many fans of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston as a couple probably wish that Angie would have stayed away from the opposite sex.
Even though Evan is drop-dead gorgeous, she admits that she was once "terrified" of dating girls because she found the fairer sex so intimidating. Here's how she describes her bisexuality: "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." (Insert Marilyn Manson joke here.) Maybe Evan never completely got over her fear of having a female companion, because she recently got engaged to "Billy Elliot" star Jamie Bell.
Evan's cute and quirky "True Blood" costar shocked everyone by coming out as being bisexual in 2009 - she was already in a relationship with her hunky costar Stephen Moyer at the time. Here's what she said about the revelation she made in a PSA: "I've probably always known I was bisexual. I'm really lucky; I grew up in an open-minded, supportive family, so my sexuality was never stigmatized or scary or out of bounds. I'm comfortable with who I am, and it's not an issue."
Of course not all bisexual actresses settle down with men - openly bisexual blonde bombshell Amber Heard is currently in a relationship with a woman, and "Sex and the City" star Cynthia Nixon recently caused a minor controversy by claiming that being gay was a conscious choice for her (she's been in a relationship with a man but is currently with a woman). She later clarified her claim by stating that she is technically bisexual.
So even though these women could easily hide their oft-misunderstood bisexuality by settling down with someone and claiming to simply be gay or straight, it's nice that they've all openly talked about it so that other bisexual women can feel better about being open about their sexuality.
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