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American Model Willam Belli's Married Relationship With Husband Bruce Bealke; Her Other Affairs
Updated On 19 Sep, 2019 Published On 13 Dec, 2018
One would need to kick back and commend drag queens everywhere throughout the world for the exertion they put in to dress the cross-sex only for amusement. One such name having a place with the short rundown of acclaimed drag queens around the globe is Willam Belli.
An American on-screen character and TV personality, Willam is known for his one of a kind styling sense and frank nature. He has anyway figured out how to adjust his own life similarly as delightfully he has kept up his professional career.
One would always fall far this drag queen and wonder about his married life, regardless of his unique media figure. Is he married yet or has he be dating someone? Let's find out the personal life of this Drag Queen!!
American Model Willam Belli's Married Relationship With Husband Bruce Bealke
Willam Belli is married to a man named Bruce Bealke, a lawyer and a software developer. Drag Queen race star has been in an open relationship with the love of his life for over a decade now. William rekindled his affair with Bruce in early 2008.
According to the drag queen, they have been together for over 10 years and got married in California in 2012. Their relationship came to limelight after Belli was disqualified from "RuPaul's Drag Race".
Willam Belli with his husband Bruce Bealke Source: Pinterest
Even though not much information has been disclosed by the actor regarding his wedding, it seems like the duo is happy in each other's company.
Not many aspects of Belli’s life is hidden from the public thanks to his ever-so-extrovert personality. The same goes for his personal life as he is seen flaunting his partner every now and then and the marriage has never been in doubt ever since.
So it would be safe to assume that whilst the drag queen continues to make it big in his field, he remains cheerfully wedded with his better half too.
Though his husband doesn't frequently appear with him in his Instagram posts, we can still say that the pair are having good days together as there are no rumors about them getting a divorce.
Drag Race's William Belli Launched His Own Makeup Brand
Drag Race contestant, Belli announced something wholly unexpected: He's created his own makeup line on September 6, 2019. It is as delightfully confrontational as he is.
The brand Dubbed Coverboy aims to serve drag queens and regular makeup wearers alike with a range of lipsticks, multi-purpose glitter gels, and falsies.
The makeup was intentionally designed to draw eyes. He likes attention and that makeup will definitely help anyone wearing it stand out. Williams claims his color selection was a selfish one, therefore his brand's high-contrast offering.
For example, the transfer-proof Coverboy Lip Varnishes ($16) come in five different shades: TruBle, Truffle, Blackballed, Puss and Red. Each of them consists enough glitter to give them a wet-looking finish, but not so much that makes uncomfortable to wear.
Willam Beli Career And Life As A Drag Queen
Willam Belli is a well known American drag queen, performer, maker, TV character, recording craftsman, vlogger, and creator.
Drag Queen Willam Belli Source: Timeout
He is an inside and out showbiz fellow who picked up prominence for his job as a transgender lady Chisry Peck in Ryan Murphy's medicinal TV series Nip/Tuck and more recently as a contestant on RuPaul's Drag Race.
Nevertheless, Willam seems to be happy about his relationship with Bruce, and we wish the best for the couple's future endeavor.
Wiki-Bio of Willam Belli
Willam Belli was born on June 30, 1982. His birthplace is Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Belli is 5 feet 10 inch tall. He is famous for his appearance in the Uwe Boll directed 2011 film ‘BloodRayne: The Third Reich’. He has an older sibling and his aunt is television director Mary Lou Belli. William came out as a gay at his teen days but sexual orientation was never an issue in the family.