Chris Appleton Confirms He And Lukas Gage Are A Couple
After weeks of fan hypothesis, Chris Appleton is lastly setting the file straight about his relationship with Lukas Gage.
Appearing on “The Drew Barrymore Show” this week, the celeb hairstylist confirmed that he and Gage are a pair.
“I’m very happy,” Appleton says in a clip from Friday’s episode that the present posted on social media. “I’m very much in love and I feel very grateful to be able to share my time with someone very special.”
He goes on to notice: “Love is a really special thing and I think meeting someone that you really connect with is really, really special.”
While Appleton doesn’t point out Gage by title within the teaser, he affirms that the “White Lotus” and “You” actor is, certainly, his boyfriend when a photograph of their February journey to Mexico is displayed.
The two males first sparked romance rumors final month after they posted images of a shared trip on their respective Instagram accounts. Last week, they appeared on the purple carpet collectively at an occasion in Los Angeles hosted by Vanity Fair and TikTok.
Gage addressed the rumors in an interview with The New York Times, however shrugged off the implication that the images must be taken as a proper announcement of a relationship.
“If they want to think that, they can,” Gage mentioned final week. “I’m a pretty open book about most things in my life, but I have a problem with the culture of everyone needing to know everybody’s business and nothing can be sacred. It’s a weird line that I’m still trying to figure out.”
Appleton, who’s British, is greatest identified for being Kim Kardashian’s go-to hairstylist and has additionally created signature seems to be for Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez and Katy Perry.
In addition to his scene-stealing performances on “The White Lotus” and “You,” Gage just lately received acclaim because the co-writer and star of “Down Low,” which premiered at South by Southwest this month. Directed by Rightor Doyle, the darkish comedy follows an unlikely kinship between a repressed middle-aged homosexual man (performed by Zachary Quinto) and a younger masseur (Gage).