Rebel Wilson Has a Girlfriend, Her Very Own “Disney Princess”

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Happy Pride! Rebel Wilson has a girlfriend! She’s not the Pitch Perfect star I already had a coming out post drafted about, but hey, welcome to the LGBTQ+ fam, Rebel!

Rebel Wilson saying "lesbihonest" in Pitch Perfect

Rebel posted a photo of her and her girlfriend, Ramona Agruma, on Instagram earlier today with the caption, “I thought I was searching for a Disney Prince… but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess.” This is, of course, soft butch Robin Hood the fox slander, but I’m going to let it slide for now. Rebel Wilson is new to the community and obviously hasn’t yet had a chance to read our archives of various Disney things ranked by lesbianism. She’ll get there.

Obviously People magazine is all over this. They talked to “a friend” who told them Rebel’s in an amazing place and has never been happier. She’d already told People she had a new partner, someone she’d met through a mutual friend, but she didn’t mention it was a GAY PARTNER. And get this — they fell in love by TALKING ON THE PHONE! That’s how they did it all the way back in Bridgerton! V. romantic!

Rebel Wilson also told People: “I think that what you want in a partner is elevated and so it’s great to have someone who feels like an equal partner and be in a healthy relationship. There were times — I’m not saying with all my exes, they’re great — but there were some times that I was probably putting up with that I shouldn’t have. So it feels different to be in a really healthy relationship.”

Should’ve known it was a woman just by that quote, huh?

A quick Google tells me Ramona Agruma is a fashion designer who owns a sustainable clothing company called LEMON VE LIMON and is a brand ambassador for Bee Goddess Jewellery.

Happy gay stuff, you two love birds! Being queer the very best thing that can ever happen to you and I hope you enjoy it to its fullest!


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Heather Hogan

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior editor who lives in New York City with her wife, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Twitter, and Instagram.

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23 Comments

  1. Unfortunately, this isn’t a happy story. The Sydney Morning Herald published a piece bragging about how they threatened to out her, and she chose to break the story before they could do the job: https://www.smh.com.au/culture/celebrity/rebel-starts-spreading-the-news-of-relationship-20220610-p5aswa.html

    It’s written with a really nastily passive-aggressive tone – apparently they didn’t expect her to beat them to the punch:

    Considering how bitterly Wilson had complained about poor journalism standards when she successfully sued Woman’s Day for defamation, her choice to ignore our discreet, genuine and honest queries was, in our view, underwhelming.

    Of course who anyone dates is their business, but Wilson happily fed such prurient interest when she had a hunky boyfriend on her arm.

    • I saw that earlier today! Good for her for getting out ahead of that, but it sucks that she didn’t get to come out on her own timeline (and that the paper is trying to publicly shame her for not allowing them to blackmail her!!!).

    • holy shit, that article is *so* nasty. they literally say ‘we gave her two days of warning that we were going to out her, and then that bitter woman did it herself. how dare she!?’

      and then goes on to make a snarky comment about her having an ex-boyfriend, and suggests that she was too much of a coward to come out herself even though “sexual orientation is no longer something to be hidden”??? the level of hostile homophobia, I cannot

    • This article is so incredibly nasty and yet it’s amazing that the nastiness is not even the most remarkable thing about it – it’s the fever-dream-like incoherence of the “news” story itself. What is the news here? That she has a girlfriend, which isn’t news because homophobia is no longer an issue in Hollywood, and that she told us she had a girlfriend before this paper could, which is somehow painted as both manipulative and disingenuous?? What does her suing Women’s Day for defamation have to do with her not telling the paper she has a girlfriend? What does her previously identifying as a heterosexual woman have to do her having a girlfriend? She’s got a girlfriend, so whether or not she experienced discrimination while people thought she was straight, she is now going to be perceived as not straight. This is such a weird, bitter, fuming little journalist what wrote this.

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