Julia Fox Comes Out As Lesbian: ‘Sorry Boys’



Julia Fox is making headlines with a personal revelation that has caught many by surprise. On Monday, July 8, the 34-year-old host of E!’s OMG Fashun came out as a lesbian in a candid response to a viral TikTok trend. The trend features TikTok users humorously discussing their observations about lesbians in heterosexual relationships.

In the original video that sparked Julia’s response, TikTok user @emgwaciedawgie says, “I love when I see a lesbian with their boyfriend. It’s like ‘Aww, you hate that man. You literally hate him.’” Julia stitched this video, adding her own twist to the narrative. She said, “Hey, that was me. I was that lesbian. So sorry, boys. Won’t happen again.” With this simple yet powerful statement, Julia publicly acknowledged her sexuality, effectively coming out to her followers and the wider public.

Julia’s announcement is significant for many reasons. She was previously married to Peter Artemiev from 2018 to 2020, and they share a 3-year-old son, Valentino. The marriage, while seemingly conventional, now holds new context with Julia’s recent revelation. Furthermore, Julia briefly dated the high-profile rapper Kanye West in early 2022, adding another layer of public intrigue to her personal life.

Despite the public nature of her previous relationships, Julia has always maintained a level of privacy about her personal journey. However, in recent months, she has become more open about various aspects of her life, including her sexuality. In May, she shared details about her celibacy on TikTok, writing in the comments: “2.5 years of celibacy and never been better tbh.” This candid admission hinted at her ongoing journey of self-discovery and personal growth.

Julia’s coming out is not just a personal milestone but also a moment of representation and visibility for the LGBTQ+ community. By sharing her truth so openly, she joins a growing list of celebrities who have used their platforms to advocate for acceptance and understanding. Her straightforward and conversational approach to coming out aligns with the modern, open dialogue that many public figures are encouraging.