The Swirl: A Gallery Of The Longest Celebrity Interracial And Interethnic Marriages Of All Time (Part 2)

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Ballers, Bangers, matrimony-dom

Ebony and Ivory, til death do they part.

A List Of The Longest Celeb Interracial Marriages

Via Kolorblind

It’s 2012, and while race relations in America might not be perfect, we are a helluva lot further along than we used to be. There are a plethora of interracial couples that have dated, married, had children and have gone on to live happily ever after.

With so many marriages ending in divorce (some sooner than later), you have to give credit to couples that have survived matrimony under the scrutiny that comes along with interracial romance.

Take a look at the second half of our 2-part series highlighting the successful marriages of swirly celebrity couples on the flipside.

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Clint & Dina Eastwood 16 years

Randy & Erika Jackson 17 years

Soledad O’Brien and Brad Raymond 17 years

David and Malena Belafonte 18 years

Cuba and Sara Gooding 18 years

Sidebar: With Cuba’s latest antics, we’re not sure how much longer long this one will last…

Keisha and Justin Chambers 19 years

Aisha Tyler and Jeff Tietjens 19 years

Susan Elizabeth Rice and Ian Cameron 20 years

Chaz and Roger Ebert 20 years

Iman and David Bowie 20 years

Sam Behrens and Shari Belafonte 23 years

Clarence and Virginia Thomas 25 years

Tina Turner and Erwin Bach 26 years

Connie Chung and Maury Povich 28 years

Alfre Woodard and Roderick Spencer 29 years

James Earl Jones and Cecilia Hart 30 years

Ron and Opal Perlman

Sidebar: Hell Boy is married to a sista…damn.

Donna Summer and Bruce Sudano 32 years

R.I.P. Donna Summer

Sidney Poitier and Joanna Shimkus 36 years

Michael and Shakira Caine 39 years

Senator Phil Gramm and Wendy Lee Gramm 42 years

John Lennon and Yoko Ono 43 years*

*Although Lennon is dead, they would have been married 43 years.

Leslie Uggams and Graham Pratt 47 years

Harry Belafonte and Julie Robinson 50 years


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