Did Dakota Johnson come out as bisexual? Twitter seems to think so!!!!
You may have logged into your Twitter account today to see EVERYONE talking about Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson, and you might be a little confused why.
In a resurfaced interview from 2017, the actor appears to open up about her sexuality.
People on Twitter are going crazy today over a certain celebrity actress.
Dakota Johnson, star of Fifty Shades of Grey, How to be Single and The High Note, has gone viral on Twitter today for a very specific reason.
Fans are going crazy after it seems that Dakota admitted that she is bisexual, and many people are really happy about it.
But where did she say it?
A 2017 VOGUE INTERVIEW HAS GONE VIRAL ON TWITTER
Many Twitter users were really confused after seeing everyone talking about Dakota Johnson’s bisexuality, and no one really knew why people were saying it.
It turns out that someone had taken a screenshot of a Vogue interview from 2017 and posted it onto Twitter, with the tweet gaining lots of social media attention.
In the interview, Dakota says: “I’ve been in a phase of my life where I’m fascinated by young women coming to terms with their sexuality. I guess, by proxy, I have been experiencing that in my own life, and it’s very interesting to me.”
Dakota admits that she has been coming to terms with her own sexuality, something that many fans are interpreting as the actress announcing her bisexuality.
Although the interview has been online since 2017, it seems that it is only just being picked up on by fans in 2020.
SO IS DAKOTA JOHNSON BISEXUAL?
Whilst many Twitter users believe the interview is evidence that the actress is bisexual, no one can be certain that it’s true.
In the same post, a Twitter user screenshot another unknown interview with Dakota in which she does say that she is “exploring my bisexuality”, however she has never actually made a proper announcement.
Fans also believe that Dakota had a secret romance with model Cara Delevingne, but the actress has never confirmed that either.