Lea DeLaria secretly married her girlfriend, Dalia Gladstone.
The “Orange Is the New Black” star let slip the news while chatting with Page Six on the red carpet at the Miscast23 gala on Monday night.
When DeLaria referred to Gladstone as her “wife,” we did a double take and spluttered, “Wait, ‘wife’? When did you get married?”
The actress and jazz singer then uttered, “Aaaaaah” for six seconds we counted before finally blurting out, “No comment.”
“Sorry, you can’t just drop ‘wife’ and say, ‘No comment,’” Page Six replied, to which DeLaria playfully retorted, “Yeah, we can if we want to!”
It’s the first marriage for the self-described “Lord of the Lesbians.”
DeLaria, 64, almost made it down the aisle in 2017 with her then-fiance, Chelsea Fairless, but they announced their breakup just days before what was supposed to be their wedding date.
Please exclude us from the tragic and basic celebrity breakup narrative, the exes wrote on Instagram alongside a Photoshopped picture of them standing with Michael Jackson and Elizabeth Taylor.
“We were happy together for four years and will remain in each others lives. In fact, we look forward to finding new ways to torture each other. We would like to thank our incredible friends and families for their love and support.
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When Page Six attempted to get any details about DeLaria’s wedding to Gladstone, she good-naturedly shut us down.
“Poor Page Six,” she commiserated. “You’ll get over it. It’s not a big deal. Do not make this interview about this!”
The cabaret artist then explained, “I’m just an old-school queer. I don’t think everyone has to know my business.”
The comedian first appeared on Gladstone’s Instagram feed in July 2021 when they vacationed in Key West, Fla.
Since then, the duo have popped up on red carpets, most recently at the Broadway opening of “Shucked” on Tuesday night.
While DeLaria was not keen on discussing her new marriage, she was chatty about legislation targeting transgender people around the country.
“Those of us in the community have a complete understanding that this sort of phobia has always been around,” she told us. “What’s not scary about it is it’s so open. We can just attack it. We can attack it blatantly and openly. We can attack them as hard as they come at us.
“For example, my good friend [drag queen] Alaska Thunderf–k is doing a big event in Tennessee and reached out to me over the weekend to do a videotape for the event. I was like, ‘Do I have to do a tape. Can’t I just come down?’
“And Alaska was like, ‘What?’ I was like, ‘Honey, bitch, I’m getting there in five f–king seconds if it has anything to do with the anti-trans laws that are currently happening in Tennessee.”
DeLaria came to the Miscast23 gala to support her good pal Vanessa Williams, who was being honored.
Broadway stars who performed at the popular fundraising event for MCC Theater included Josh Groban, Annaleigh Ashford, LaChanze, Ben Platt, and Bonnie Milligan.
The show will be available to view online starting April 10.