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Lauren Hough has come out twice: once as a lesbian and then as a cult member.

‘Leaving Isn’t the Hardest Thing’: Lauren Hough’s story of growing up in a SoCal cult and escaping it

Lauren Hough has come out twice: once as a lesbian and then as a cult member.

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