After being clear about her sexuality, she formed a relationship with Ali Adler. Being the members of same industry, they were very happy and open about their relationship at that time.
Hence my sitting on a very comfortable orange velour sectional in Perry's perfectly temperature-controlled San Fernando Valley studio on a sweltering July day, surrounded by her very expensive collections of guitars, amps, and drums; a floor-to-ceiling built-in bookcase of color-coded books; three pianos; a Japanese samurai mural; several candles; and burning incense, so we can discuss her upcoming episode of VH1's Behind the Music and, debuting the same night, her new eight-episode reality series, Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project, a Making the Band-esque show in which Perry produces seven unsigned musical acts (some solo, some band) and, at the end, signs one of them to her independent label, Custard Records."I woke up one morning and I was like, It's time for you to go to TV," she says, sipping a cup of hot tea.
magazine features an interview with out actress Clementine Ford, in which she opens up about her move to daytime television, her girlfriend and why talking about being gay on a soap opera is like asking what it’s like to be straight in a dentist’s office.
(Answer: “It’s just my life.”)While Ford doesn’t find the news about her sexuality to be all that noteworthy, she was warm and open about her relationship with singer/songwriter Linda Perry, telling You’re probably familiar with Linda Perry, even if you think you’re not.
After her first breakup as a lesbian, she began dating the American musician Linda Perry. They have been married for almost three years now and they are still living a happily married life.
They were in the relationship for few years before their marriage.