Wanda Sykes is famous for her many comedic roles in shows, and she even wrote for “The Chris Rock Show” back in the 90s. She met her partner in New York on a ferry trip to a resort called Fire Island. It’s a strange encounter, but Wanda met Alex when she was talking to a kid, and she immediately felt an attraction to her.
Wanda wasn’t always open with her sexuality and only came out of the closet after her marriage to her French lover.
Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa
Jason Momoa has been deeply in love with Lisa ever since he laid eyes on her in "The Cosby show." The couple started dating in 2005, despite their 12-year age gap. Lisa was previously married to her rocker ex-husband, Lenny Kravitz, and had one child, Zoe Kravitz.
The two are still on good terms despite the breakup. Lisa mentions how Jason is the ultimate sweetheart despite his intense role as warlord Khal Drogo in "Game of Thrones."
Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova
Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova are from completely different countries, with Enrique hailing from Spain, and Anna, who's a professional tennis player, from Russia. In 2001, she starred as his partner in his music video "Escape," and the two started dating after the filming. They've been together since 2001 and have a beautiful family.
Enrique claims that being a parent isn't easy, and they've gotten backlash from the media for not being married. Either way, the two are as happy as clams even though they've not said their vows.
Jessica Alba and Cash Warren
Jessica Alba and Cash Warren have both lived paparazzi-centered lives. The two met in the filming of "Fantastic Four," where Jessica was smack in the center of filming while Cash was in the backend area working as a prod assistant. In 2008, they tied the knot and told the press how the relationship was very serious.
The two aren't shy about being themselves, and they love public displays of affection. Jessica mentioned that it helps show how healthy their intimate moments are. They live to give and take kind of relationship, which makes for a successful marriage.
George Lucas and Mellody Hobson
Thank the heavens for George Walton Lucas because, without him, the "Star Wars" movie franchise wouldn't exist! This genius director married the businesswoman, Mellody Hobson. She was one of the first African-American women to spearhead the Economic Club of Chicago. Both of them were creating waves in the world of business and film, and they both have an inner drive for what they love doing.
They both met at a business conference back in 2006, and George popped the big question later on after seven years together. This isn’t George’s first marriage since he was previously married with three adopted kids.