When a photographer questioned Ellen DeGeneres about her ex-girlfriend Anne Heche’s terrible car accident last week, she responded in an unexpectedly brusque manner.

DeGeneres, 64, tweeted in response to her passing, calling it a “sad day” and wishing “Anne’s children, family, and friends all the love in the world.”

DeGeneres said plainly. I wouldn’t know because we don’t communicate with one another. DeGeneres again kept her response brief when asked if she wanted to wish Heche any luck.

During their three-year relationship, from 1997 to 2000, DeGeneres and Heche were undoubtedly the most well-known same-sex pair in Hollywood.

She passed away on August 12, 2022, at the age of 53 after being involved in a fiery vehicle accident while allegedly under the influence of cocaine.

Who Is Anne Heche?

At a Vanity Fair party in 1997, Ellen DeGeneres and Anne Heche first connected and hit it off. In a 1998 interview with the Tampa Bay Times, the former talked openly about their encounter.

Ellen DeGeneres and Heche made their relationship public. Just one day before their romance made headlines, she had been chosen to star opposite Harrison Ford in the movie “Six Days, Seven Nights.”

One of the first openly gay couples in the mainstream, Anne and Ellen dated for three years, from 1997 to 2000. .

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