‘Glee’ Actor Kevin McHale Officially Confirms His Sexual Orientation, Thanks to Ariana Grande

‘Glee’ Actor Kevin McHale Officially Confirms His Sexual Orientation, Thanks to Ariana Grande

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Glee actor Kevin McHale has had people speculating about his sexuality for months now. Is Kevin McHale gay? We had an inkling but weren’t 100% positive. Well he just discussed his gayness for the first time ever, and it’s all because of the new Ariana Grande track. McHale wrote on Twitter, “#NoTearsLeftToCry is gayer than me and I ACCEPT. Ty @ArianaGrande.”

McHale is an actor, singer, dancer and radio personality. Formerly of the boy band NLT, he’s most well-known for his role as Artie Abrams on the Fox series Glee. From 2014 to 2016 he hosted the British panel show Virtually Famous on E4, and McHale is currently one of the four hosts of Sick of My Own Voice on Dash Radio.

A few weeks ago fans interpreted a photo shared to McHale’s almost 1 million followers on Instagram as his coming out. The photo, taken by Kevin McHale himself, was captioned with the ASL hand emoji for “I Love You,” though the identity of the person whose hand he was holding was hard to make out.

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