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04/21/2011

Video: When child stars ditch both feathered hair and closets

by Jeremy Hooper

Chad8AllenTrue story: At around age seven or eight, I clearly remember watching Chad Allen and his sister Charity on the children's game show "I'm Telling" and thinking, "Holy lifetime supply of Rice-a-Roni, who the hell is that hottie and where can I learn up?"

But now Chad is all kinds of growns up. And all kinds of gay. And in this modern round of "I'm Telling," it's his personal experience as a gay actor outed by the tabloids that he's sharing with the studio audience:


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