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Kevin McHale addresses sexuality in tweet about Ariana Grande's new song

You know, casual

Kevin McHale addresses sexuality in tweet about Ariana Grande's new song
McHale is best known for his role on Glee | Photo: Twitter @druidDUDE

Actor Kevin McHale finally addressed his sexuality on Twitter — well, sort of. In a super casual, relatable way.

A month ago, he subtly may or may not have come out. By posting a photo on Instagram of him holding hands with someone, and simply captioning it with the ASL hand sign for ‘I love you’, people began speculating wildly.

Then, he posted another photo cuddling up with a boy. This one he captioned: ‘My Coachella.’

Many fans — and now, media outlets — identify the mystery flame as Austin McKenzie. He’s best known for playing Melchior Gabor in Deaf West’s Broadway revival of Spring Awakening.

The pair also appeared together in Dustin Lance Black’s miniseries When We Rise.

Well, on Twitter last night, McHale threw out more indications. All thanks to Ariana Grande.

No Tears Left to Cry is Grande’s first song since the terrorist attack during her Manchester concert. It’s giving people, like McHale, a lot of feelings.

The song is also the first song released from her upcoming fourth and currently untitled album.

‘Fuck me up ari’

McHale followed up his original tweet with a request for a remix.

And then one that perfectly encapsulates everyone’s feelings.

Whatever McHale’s relationship status or truth, he’s clearly living his best life and that’s what matters.


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