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literally turns up the heat at the end of this week and next, as Luke is going to be torn between two men: Reid and Noah.

If ever a soap opera triangle has generated so much buzz, it is this one. Because this time, this soapy triangle is between three men! Reid Oliver) to the Oakdale scene, as a very pompous neurosurgeon that first hated Luke’s guts, this hate-at-first-sight dynamic has set off sparks and electrical currents between Luke and Reid that fans are raving about, and in love with, and for good reason.

Van Hansis (Luke), who delivers powerful and believable performances day in and day out, chatted with airs its final episode come September, that Luke and Noah would reunite, has done a complete 180… So while the great debate of who will be Luke’s true love will continue on for the next several months, Van discusses Luke’s current journey, and the incredible opportunity that he has to affect so many people’s lives worldwide with his portrayal of a leading soap character who happens to be gay.

(As usual, we left the female characters to our sisters over at After Ellen.) Now, after sorting through the thirty thousand plus write-in votes, we have the results, and one thing leaps out at us: you guys certainly have a soft spot for the bad boys!

And speaking of the UK, seven of the top 50 characters originate from shows produced in that country.

Seven of the top 50 were men of color, including Nasir.

It screened the first mouth-to-mouth gay soap kiss in the UK in 1989, leading some MPs to call for the programme to be banned.

This was followed by a "censored" homosexual kiss in 1996, which infuriated gay activists after the BBC cut the kiss from its original two seconds to a half-second, so they would not "startle" viewers.

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