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As she was maneuvering the complicated adoption process, Jillian also fell in love with Heidi Rhoades (who she affectionately calls “Mouse,”) a former music manager.As their relationship progressed, Heidi decided she wanted to try to get pregnant.
She told Health:"I don’t know that I am [comfortable talking about being gay] now, to be honest with you. When Heidi and I are out and somebody older asks, ‘Are you sisters?
’ I say, ‘We’re friends.’ I guess it comes from thinking that they will be shocked or disturbed. I only eat healthy food, and I only want healthy love!
Look, I wish I had some strapping football player husband. ”The "Silence of the Lambs" star ended years of rampant media speculation when she casually came out of the closet while accepting her Cecil B. "I already did my coming out about a thousand years ago, back in the Stone Age," she said in the speech.
It would be such a dream to be ‘normal’ like that, but I’m just not.
The public first learned about Michaels' sexuality in 2010 when she told Ladies Home Journal, “Let’s just say I believe in healthy love.
Jillian Michaels is now “swimming in babies” with her partner Heidi Rhoades, who recently gave birth to baby boy Pheonix.
She also finally brought home a 2-year-old adopted daughter, Lukensia, from Haiti.Jillian tweeted on May 23, 2012 “I’m really happy to share that my daughter is finally home & my son was born on 5/3.” She is also featured with Rhoades in this week’s trainer also revealed her softer side in the magazine; the reporter witnesses her being cooing, tender, and fawning over her two new children.“Seeing my two kids together is a magical feelings.” All this sharing is all different for Jillian, who has usually kept pretty private.In 2011 when Jillian left , she had plans to adopt a baby from abroad.The former "Biggest Loser" trainer recently sat down with Health magazine to discuss her life after the show, how she stays fit now and her identity as a queer woman.While she may be in a relationship with a woman, the "gay thing," as she puts it, is still something that she struggles to talk openly about.