Sadly, cheating happens all too often in Hollywood, but while some stars are tight-lipped about being betrayed, others have no problem telling all. Click through the gallery to check out celebs who have taken Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ route and dished all about their heartbreak here!
Thanks to Beyonce, 34, we have a whole new way to talk about cheating in Hollywood! Sharon Osbourne referenced the singer’s tell-all album Lemonade to reveal her own husband, Ozzy Osbourne’s, indiscretions, but these women aren’t the only celebs who’ve dished about being cheated on.
Bey has never flat-out said Jay Z, 46, was unfaithful, but the lyrics on Lemonade are pretty telling. She alludes to her man having an affair on more than one song, and sparked major speculation about his alleged “other woman” by making a reference to “Becky with the good hair.” We still don’t know who she is, by the way!
And when Sharon and Ozzy split just weeks later, it was alleged that he had his own affair with hairdresser Michelle Pugh, 45. Sharon didn’t confirm the reports, but she did show up to The Talk on May 10 drinking a big ol’ glass of lemonade. Enough said!
Also taking the somewhat-subtle train when it comes to talking about her relationships is Taylor Swift, 26 — like Bey, she’s used song lyrics to dish all about guys who have wronged her. Older songs like “Should’ve Said No” flat-out discuss cheating, while other tracks like, “Dear John,” leave us wondering what exactly the guy in question — ahem John Mayer — did so wrong.
But then there’s celebs like Khloe Kardashian, 31. Even though she kept quiet about the reason for her divorce from Lamar Odom, 36, for awhile, she’s more recently opened up about him being unfaithful. She even wrote a whole book, Strong Looks Better Naked, about getting through a situation like this!
Click through the gallery above to check out other stars who’ve spilled the lemonade about their men — we give props to these gals for getting through it and coming back stronger than ever!
What do you think of stars spilling all about their men, HollywoodLifers? Is it awesome, or should they keep some things private?