'Glee' Star Kevin McHale Comes Out By The Power Of Ariana Grande

He's rumored to be dating "When We Rise" co-star Austin McKenzie.
Kevin McHale pictured in April 2018.
Kevin McHale pictured in April 2018.
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“Glee” star Kevin McHale declared that the newly released Ariana Grande song is “gayer” than he is.

The actor, who starred on the musical series as Artie Abrams for six seasons, publicly addressed his sexuality for the first time amid rumors that he’s dating actor Austin McKenzie.

#NoTearsLeftToCry is gayer than me and I ACCEPT. Ty @ArianaGrande,” he wrote on Twitter Friday in one of several tweets praising the pop star.

He also requested that Grande drop a remix of the song featuring Janet Jackson, which, for the record, we are fully on board with.

McHale has stoked speculation for months with photos of himself and McKenzie on Instagram. 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.

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The two starred co-starred together in ABC’s eight-part miniseries “When We Rise,” chronicling the gay rights movement over the past 45 years. McHale played AIDS activist Bobbi Campbell.

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