Madonna Appears To Come Out As Gay In New TikTok


Madonna appears to have emerged from the closet.

On Sunday, the pop icon posted a cryptic TikTok video in which she appeared to declare herself gay.

In the video, the ‘Like A Virgin’ singer has bright pink hair and is dressed in a bustier top and white pants.

A caption – “If I miss, I’m Gay!” – flashes up on the screen as the 64-year-old tosses a pair of pink panties into a trashcan – and misses.

The camera returns to Madonna, who appears unfazed, simply shrugging as she turns away.

Fans were understandably enraged by the video, with thousands taking to the comments section to speculate on the ‘Material Girl’ singer’s sexuality.

“Did I just witness Madonna coming out,” one asked. Countless more questioned the same thing, with another commenting: “Did .. madonna.. just come out?”

Others, however, pointed out that, while this is the first indication that Madonna is a lesbian, she has reportedly been openly bi for quite some time.

“Madonna has been an out bisexual for literally decades my dudes,” one commented, while another wrote: “Y’all Madonna has been out as bi longer than some of us have been alive.”

Although the Queen of Pop has a long dating history, she has never been officially in a relationship with a woman.

Madonna and her then-husband Guy Ritchie in 2008. Credit: Francis Specker / Alamy

Madonna has had relationships with rapper Vanilla Ice and choreographer Ahlamalik Williams, in addition to her two famous ex-husbands (actor Sean Penn and director Guy Ritchie).

Lourdes, 25, Rocco, 22, David, 17, Mercy, 16, and 10-year-old twins Stella and Estere are among her six children.

While Madonna has never been officially involved with a woman, she has hinted that she is interested in women on several occasions.

Her attraction to the fairer sex was on full display at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards. Madonna famously locked lips with both Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera during an onstage performance, a kiss she later explained symbolically passed the Queen of Pop torch to the younger artists.