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Who's Getting 'Lanced' Next

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There's a growing trend of male celebs either getting outed or outing themselves. And they're getting 'lanced,' says Reichen Lehmkuhl, Lance Bass' boyfriend, and former reality TV stud (from "The Amazing Race 4").

Recent "lancings" include:

>> Neil Patrick "don't call me Doogie Howser" Harris
>> T.R. Knight(George on "Grey's Anatomy", and of course
>> Lance himself.

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Well, good for the boys who've adopted the catchphrase: "gay and living my life to the fullest." Now those of you in Tinseltown still in the closet -- yeah, Tom and Hugh, we're talking to you -- come on out and join the party.

Don't be shy. Everybody's doing it.