GLEE star Kevin McHale has announced that he is gay in a tribute to Ariana Grandes latest song.
He wrote to Twitter: "#NoTearsLeftToCry is gayer than me and I accept. Ty @arianaGrande."
He has not publicly referred to his sexuality before.
But last week, 29-year-old sent a picture of him who was breathing a man who appeared to be actor Austin McKenzie,  The Sun reported.
He simply portrayed it: "# mycoachella."
After driving about the track, Kevin also requested that Ariana, 24, join Janet Jackson.
He tweeted: "I would like to request a remix with @JanetJackson. Due for ur time. @ArianaGrande."
Kevin played Artie Abrams in Glee for six seasons.
His character was left paraplegic by a car crash, he was involved as a child.
No tears left to cry ] is Ariana's first single since the Manchester Arena bombing, which occurred at her concert on May 22, 2017.
Fans have now praised Kevin for his brave.
A fan replied to his tweet: "So proud. We love you."
Another wrote: You are so brave and still so loved by everyone. Thank you for your honesty. "
A third added:" So proud. This makes me so happy. The power of music. "
This article was originally published in The Sun and has been published here with permission.