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October 30, 2014

Michael Bolton will serenade 'couple' with When a Man Loves a Man

The characters Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer play on Two and a Half Men aren't gay but they are getting married in next week's episode of the CBS sitcom.

So why would two straight men be tying the knot and sealing it with a kiss?

It seems they want to adopt a kid who otherwise would remain in the foster system.

Singer Michael Bolton will guest star in the episode airing on 6 November and serenade the 'couple' with his hit When a Man Loves a Woman only the lyrics will be 'When a man loves a man.'

July 18, 2014

CBS is not expecting a backlash from the LGBTI community over the 12th season plot

Two and a Half Men is hardly known for its subtlety, so be wary for a new plot in the final season of the Chuck Lorre CBS comedy.

The 12th season will kick off with Walden, played by Ashton Kutcher, experiencing a health scare that will lead him to an ‘existential crisis’.

In an attempt to add more ‘meaning’ to his life, he decides he wants to adopt.

August 8, 2013

Amber Tamblyn will play long-lost lesbian daughter of Charlie Sheen's character

Hit sit com Two and a Half Man is replacing the macho womanizing character of Charlie Hunter, played by Charlie Sheen, with his lesbian daughter.

The cynical jingle writer's daughter will be played by Amber Tamblyn, who has appeared in films The Ring and 127 Hours and TV shows House M.D. and General Hospital.

Hunter was killed-off in season nine after Sheen's dismissal due to addiction problems.

December 30, 2012

Charlie Sheen uses anti-gay slur; his apology doesn't help matters

At this point, no one should be shocked.

According to Gawker, actor Charlie Sheen was the master of ceremonies at the opening of his bar in the El Ganzo hotel in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. He greeted the crowd, that included Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, with an anti-gay slur.

May 6, 2012

Ashton Kutcher acts as a gay and Indian character in a series of fake dating videos for a PopChips campaign 

American actor Ashton Kutcher has offended some viewers of a snack commercial by playing a gay stereotype.

Kutcher, known for hosting the television series Punk’d, acts as a French gay character called Darl looking for love in one of a series of fake dating videos.

The video is part of the PopChips campaign, which cost a reported $1.5million (£929,022, €1.14million) launched on Wednesday (2 May).