If Any Of Pentatonix’s Singers Are Gay: Who Are They?

If Any Of Pentatonix's Singers Are Gay Who Are They

Pentatonix, an American Cappella group, is famous for producing some modern music in pop works or Christmas songs. A group of young vocalists comprised together to comprise this multi-genre musical group. The team includes Mitch Grassi, Scott Hoying, Kristin Maldanado, and Matt Sallee.

The group is packed with star-studded musicians. Up to this date the group has released around 84 Christmas songs as well bagged multiple Grammy awards. Despite the lack of recognition of the group globally, the members of this Capella are highly talented and have crafted some of the memorable music industry.

Who Are The Gays In Pentatonix?

The members of the group have been very close to each other throughout the years. Even in the small group of this Capella, the pride of LGBTQ has been spraying with love on Mitchel Grassi and Scott Hoying.

If Any Of Pentatonix's Singers Are Gay

Both of these members from the Capella group have openly announced their interest as both the members are openly gay, currently only these two artists are openly gay and the rest of the team vocally supports the LGBTQ community.

Among the group, there is one member who stands out as a leader and that is none other than Scott Hoying, who has effortlessly contributed to the kick of their band at the initial stages.

Before the establishment of this group, Scott has been friends with Mitch and Kristin for a long time since high school. The three friends used to attend choral music and theatres to embrace the music.

He reveals that he fell in love with Capella when he was selected for ‘SoCal VoCals’. After attending several classes at the university of southern California, he was inspired to form his group, luckily he was joined by his childhood friends. The group then dedicated itself to crafting some exciting projects.

The personal relationship between Scott Hoying and Mitch Grassi is unconventional. Even though they both are successfully thriving in their relationship, the connection between the both of the vocalists goes back to their high school days.

Scott Hoying revealed that they were quite close together and performed together in ‘Anne’. They both have shown keen interest in participating in choir groups and theatre before meeting and getting along with Kristin in the latter part of high school.

Scott Hoying did ease his life by admitting his true self as gay around 14 or 15 years of age before revealing it to the public at the age of 17.

He confessed that he felt a freeing and thrilling experience when he admitted to his true self and revealed it to his best friend Mitch Grassi.

Despite his love for his true self he had to keep his interest hidden in the early days of Pentatonix, which he found working against him through the period.

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Despite the burning sensation between Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying, both of these singers are dating. In the case of Scott, he has been in a relationship with Model Mark Manio since 2017, the couple has been quite private over their relationship and Scott is self-conscious about his personal life as he does not entertain in the spotlight and eyes of Paparazzi.

Whereas Mitch Grassi has been openly gay and even Voted as the second-most eligible bachelor in 2017.

However, the superstar is currently not dating anyone, probably because he has set his eyes on someone who he thinks would be the love of his life. The singer had a relationship earlier. He was engaged to Travis Bush, before calling it off.

The three-time Grammy award winner has also dated Beau Solane. The couple has been in the limelight for a long time. The couple halted their relationship after dating for more than four years. Ever since his broken relationship, Mitch Grassi has been enjoying a single life. 

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Shone Palmer
Shone Palmer

I've been writing about LGBTQ issues for more than a decade as a journalist and content writer. I write about things that you care about. LGBTQ+ issues and intersectional topics, such as harmful stories about gender, sexuality, and other identities on the margins of society, I also write about mental health, social justice, and other things. I identify as queer, I'm asexual, I have HIV, and I just became a parent.

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