The couple were photographed leaving the dinner party together, which was held in honour of their friend's upcoming 85th.
Barry, 73, cut a smart figure in a black tuxedo and a matching silk tie as he made his way to an awaiting car.
The famously private pop icon confirmed his relationship to explaining that he feared fans would be disappointed if they knew he was gay. So I never did anything.” He said he had been shocked by the reaction after fans discovered he was in a relationship with Mr Kief. The reaction was beautiful – strangers commenting: ‘Great for you! I’m glad he stayed.” Speaking to he added: “I have not read one negative response...
’ I’m just so grateful for it.” Recalling one encounter he said: “I got into the car with him, and [the fans] were rocking the car. I don’t know, maybe they care about everybody, but for me, it is so moving, it is so deep that these strangers were so happy that I was happy.
Their outing comes almost two years to the day after it emerged that Barry and Garry had organised an intimate wedding, attended by just 50 guests.
The Copacabana crooner and his manager are said to have tied the knot in April 2014, after inviting friends and family to a special lunch at their Palm Springs mansion.
Manilow has not talked previously about his sexuality, even though it was widely reported in 2015 that he had married Kief the year before.
I wasn’t ready to settle down." While many on Twitter weren't surprised about Manilow's sexuality, he was applauded for opening up about it.
The music legend, who was previously married to Susan Deixler, and his spouse looked incredibly happy as they left producer Clive Davis' birthday party last weekend.
But even before then, Manilow was married – to his high-school sweetheart Susan Deixler, who now lives a very private life as a nursing care manager in California.
Here’s what you need to know: , Deixler was a popular, vivacious student, described as “outgoing and bubbly.” Her 1962 high school yearbook shows she was involved in a number of activities: president of the student government, as well as being in the biology squad, chemistry squad, bowling club, swimming club, and more.