• RuPaul has answered some increasingly personal questions for 'Vanity Fair'. (Vanity Fair, YouTube)
“I wouldn’t want to put restraints on the person I love the most on this planet.”
Samuel Leighton-Dore

28 Nov 2019 - 11:47 AM  UPDATED 28 Nov 2019 - 11:47 AM

The famously private RuPaul has given fans a new glimpse into his marriage to Australian-born husband Georges LeBar.

Answering a series of 'increasingly personal' questions for an on-camera interview with Vanity Fair magazine, which he is currently on the cover of, the trailblazing drag queen and Emmy-winning TV host revealed that he and LeBar have an open marriage, labeling monogamy as a 'hoax'.

When asked how the pair had decided on non-monogamy, the star said: “We didn’t decide.”

He added: “The hoax is that monogamy is something that can actually happen.”

“I wouldn’t want to put restraints on the person I love the most on this planet."

RuPaul went on to explain that it's unrealistic for one person to meet each and every one of your needs.

“Listen, if you get something that you cannot resist and that is gonna make you happy, go for it," he said.

"Because the truth is, I know in my heart of hearts like I’ve ever known anything before, that man loves me more than anything else in this world.”

Later in the interview, the Drag Race creator shared how he and LeBar had met on a New York City dance floor in the early 90s - with the famously tall RuPaul drawn to LeBar's height.

“I met Georges on the dance floor at the Limelight Discotheque in 1994,” he recalled. 

“I’m tall,” he added. “I’ve never been able to put my arms around someone's shoulders who was taller than me.”

The pair hugged and have been together ever since.

You can watch the full interview below:

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