Supernatural star Misha Collins went on Twitter to clarify comments regarding his sexuality.

During a Q&A panel at the Supernatural Convention in East Brunswick, New Jersey, the actor spoke to a large crowd of fans; that’s when he asked a few questions to the audience.

“By a show of hands, how many of you would consider yourself introverts? How many extroverts? And how many bisexuals?” He then followed his questions by saying, ‘I’m all three.'”

His latest remark brought up a great response from the fans as they began to insinuate that Collins had come out as bisexual. The actor went on social media to clear up the speculation and profusely apologized for misspeaking.

“I want to deeply apologize for misspeaking this weekend,” Collins began his text, which was contained in five consecutive tweets. “I am not bisexual. I happen to be straight, but I am also a fierce ally and the last thing I want to do is falsely co-opt the struggles of the LGBTQIA+ community. I believe and fully support that we need to sanctify the human right to express our identities honestly and to be free to love whomever we choose openly.”

In the CW series, Supernatural, Collins played the angel Castiel, who confessed his love for Dean Winchester, played by Jensen Ackles, in the 15th and final season. He then died after sacrificing himself to save Dean.

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