ET ONLINE: New Kid on the Block Jonathan Knight talks coming out with longtime pal Tiffany:
Meanwhile, toward the end of the pair’s roughly two-year romance, Knight was starting to discover his true sexual identity. “In the beginning, it didn’t affect our relationship, but I think as I got older and was able to have more self-realization, that was the hard part towards the end of our relationship,” he reflects. “Coming to terms with that, even though it was a good thing, was difficult. I really felt like I was betraying her, so that was hard and caused a lot of guilt.”
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