“Glee” Actor Kevin McHale Comes Out In A Tweet Praising Ariana Grande’s Latest Jam

He also wants a Janet Jackson remix of “No Tears Left To Cry."

Kevin McHale has slyly been addressing his sexual orientation on Instagram, posting adorable pics with fellow actor Austin McKenzie.

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Now the Glee actor finally put his cards on the table with a tweet praising Ariana Grande’s new single “No Tears Left To Cry,” which dropped today. In a tweet last night, the 29-year-old called the song “gayer than me.”

 

 

 

McHale also suggested a remix with none other than Janet Jackson. #hereforit.
 

But his might be the ultimate non-coming-out: Last month McHale posted an image of a pair of enmeshed hands with an emoji representing the the ASL gesture for “I love you.” He didn’t tag anyone in the photo, but celeb-watchers were sure the other hand belongs to McKenzie, best known for his portrayal of Melchior Gabor in Deaf West’s Broadway revival of Spring Awakening.

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The two actors have been spotted spending time together and frequently appear each other’s social media. They both also appeared in When We Rise, Dustin Lance Black’s miniseries about gay rights.

In February, a Twitter follower called McHale a “miserable closet queen,” prompting the actor to reply, “I’m not miserable.”

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