'Glee' actor Kevin McHale comes out in Ariana Grande tweet

Lawrence Kim
April 21, 2018

We had an inkling but weren't 100% positive.

McHale is an actor, singer, dancer and radio personality.

Glee, which Kevin starred on for six seasons, paid tribute to Janet with a medley of her songs Nasty and Rhythm Nation on its 2013 episode Puppet Master. From 2014 to 2016 he hosted the British panel show Virtually Famous on E4, and McHale is now one of the four hosts of Sick of My Own Voice on Dash Radio.

"That's such an adorable pic!" one follower commented on the photo. However, fans have speculated about his love life after he started posting photos of himself with another man, whom many thought to be his boyfriend, on social media.

"#NoTearsLeftToCry is gayer than me and I ACCEPT", McHale wrote.

Austin is an actor who performed in the Deaf West Theatre's production of Spring Awakening and has a degree in ASL. He portrayed the young activist Cleve Jones in the period piece, which chronicles the struggles of LGBTQ people during our civil rights movement. Earlier in the week, he seemed to confirm their romance, and shared a photo of himself and McKenzie cuddling together with hashtag #mycoachella in the caption. There also weren't any words describing his sexuality ... until now.

The "Glee" alum subtly addressed his sexual orientation for the first time as he sang praise for the former Nicklelodeon star's new single "No Tears Left to Cry". In a tweet last night, the 29-year-old called the song "gayer than me". Especially if Ariana Grande's music is the soundtrack.

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