Kevin McHale, who portrayed wheelchair-bound Artie Abrams on the high school show-choir comedy Glee, has been prompting speculation from his fans on social media over his sexuality. Now, in a reaction to Ariana Grande's new single, No Tears Left to Cry, it seems McHale has officially come out of the closet and his followers are delighted!
Over the past couple months, McHale would frequently post adorable pictures of himself and actor Austin McKenzie on Instagram:
McHale also posted a photo of himself holding hands with a mystery person (who fans suspected to be Mackenzie).
At one point, it seemed McHale was just trolling his followers.
When one Twitter user called him a "miserable closet queen," McHale responded:
I'm not miserable.
Finally, McHale ended all the wondering with a series of tweets reacting to Ariana Grande's new single:
give me @ArianaGrande RIGHT NOW— Kevin McHale (@Kevin McHale)1524195880.0
who else is freaking out?— Kevin McHale (@Kevin McHale)1524196458.0
#NoTearsLeftToCry is gayer than me and I ACCEPT. Ty @ArianaGrande.— Kevin McHale (@Kevin McHale)1524198031.0
Fans were delighted!
@druidDUDE @ArianaGrande 20 minutes into 4/20 & this is the only tweet that matters 😂👏🏻— LiddyJay (@LiddyJay)1524198105.0
@druidDUDE @ArianaGrande We love you, Kevin. Signed, the gays. 🏳️🌈 https://t.co/pDzfA0NL9h— Jonathan Miller (@Jonathan Miller)1524198466.0
@druidDUDE @ArianaGrande Omg 😍😍🤗🤗🤔 omg omg omg omg omg This is such exciting news I always had a feeling omg yasss… https://t.co/QKV3davPAD— TwizléyGold🔮♔ (@TwizléyGold🔮♔)1524263887.0
Congratulations, Kevin! In honor of the occasion, we hope you get the Janet Jackson remix you've been hoping for.
I'd like to request a remix with @JanetJackson. ty for ur time. @ArianaGrande— Kevin McHale (@Kevin McHale)1524199127.0