Frankie Grande is in a relationship with a married couple.
The 35-year-old dancer has revealed he has been dating couple Mike Pophis and Daniel Sinasohn for the last three months.
He told Us Weekly magazine: ‘These are my boyfriends. [We’ve been dating for] almost three months, but in the gay world, it’s like five years.’
Thruple: Frankie Grande revealed he is dating married couple Mike Pophis and Daniel Sinasohn during an interview with Us Weekly
Meanwhile, Frankie previously revealed he came out to his sister when she was 11-years-old.
When asked if it No Tears Left To Cry’ is a gay anthem, he said: ‘It is! She’s always been so supportive of the LGBTQ community, and her songs have always said that. In the new single, she says, “They point out the colours in you, I see ’em too, and boy, I like ’em.”
‘That’s her celebrating every kind of love you can imagine. Every colour of the rainbow. Plus, she’s got a rainbow across her face on the cover of the single.’
He continued: ‘Ariana is anything but subtle. She and I support the community with every chance we get. I basically raised her.’
‘Ariana and I are 10 years apart and she grew up with a really gay brother who just loves her unconditionally, and it’s reciprocated.’
Living authentically: Meanwhile, Frankie previously revealed he came out to his sister when she was 11-years-old. The pair are seen together in 2016 above
He continued, explaining how supportive Ariana was when he first came out.
‘When I came out to her, she was 11 years old and I was like, ‘I have to tell you something.’ She was like, “What?” I said, “I’m gay.” And she was like, “OK, cool. Do you have a boyfriend? Great, do I get to meet him?”
‘It didn’t faze her at all. So very early on, Ariana embraced us. For her entire life, she has known that being gay is just part of the everyday gig. And she knows that, in a way, it makes us more special and more beautiful.’
Earlier on Frankie updated fans about his sister’s post-breakup status, telling everyone the songstress was ‘doing well.’
Proving as much, Grande released a new single on Saturday, right ahead of ex Pete Davidson’s show, Saturday Night Live.