Bisexual babes got a great Valentine's Day present this year.
Australian actor Adelaide Kane, known for her starring roles in Reign and Teen Wolf, came out as bisexual on Sunday in a cute and funny TikTok.
On Sunday, Kane posted a video to her TikTok account with the caption, "this has been sitting in my drafts for weeks. In the TikTok, Kane appears anxious, while the words "me super nervous to come out publicly as bisexual to the people in my life & social media" are on the screen as a description. Michael Buble's song "Haven't Met You Yet" plays over the video.
Then the video cuts and Kane walks in representing "my friends, family, the TikTok algorithm & my Twitch chat," and lip syncs along with the lyrics "I'm not surprised" from the song.
What a cute and fun way to come out!
After starting her acting career in Australia, Kane became a global star when she was cast as Cora Hale, a werewolf on MTV's hit show Teen Wolf and landed the lead role of Mary, Queen of Scots, in the CW period drama Reign both in 2013.
More recently, Kane has starred in Hulu's Into The Dark horror anthology installment "Uncanny Annie," about a group of college students who get trapped in a deadly board game, and had a recurring role on the CBS show SEAL Team. She's set to appear in Cosmic Sin, an upcoming sci-fi film starring Bruce Willis, which will be released in theaters and on demand March 12.
In an Instagram story, Kane confirmed the news, saying "spoiler alert: I'm not straight."
Fans flooded Kane's TikTok comments with support and love. "PSA! Valentine's Day is cancelled, I don't know her. This is now Adelaide's Day so everyone please go ahead and say Happy Addi's Day," one fan wrote. Others celebrated it as a huge "win for the girls."
Many others commented that her character on Reign was their first girl crush, helping them to realize that they are also bisexual. "You were legit my bi awakening I-" wrote one fan, and "it's so comforting that the person responsible for my bi awakening just came out as bi" write another.
We love to see bisexuals winning!
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