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Michael Douglas gets gay kissing tips

2012-09-17 22:20
 
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Los Angeles - Catherine Zeta-Jones has been giving husband Michael Douglas tips on how to kiss Matt Damon for his new movie.

The actor plays gay entertainer Liberace in new film Behind the Candelabra, which stars Matt as his lover, and the brunette beauty has been giving her spouse encouragement on set.

A source told the National Enquirer: "Catherine was on set coaching Michael during his love scenes going 'Come on honey, use some tongue and get into it. Is that how you'd kiss me?'"

'Take 'em off baby'

Catherine previously revealed she had to order her husband away from her clothes and jewellery while he tried to get into character.

The Chicago actress said: "Michael has been in the bedroom and started putting on my diamonds and things.

"I'm like, 'Michael, please take off those pants. Take 'em off baby. Come on, give me back my rocks.'"

Catherine recently starred in Rock of Ages as conservative Patricia Whitmore, and she recently revealed she loved playing a "baddie" in the film.

She explained: "It's just a movie that lends itself to having a blast. It's larger than life and we got to sing all these 80s songs. I had a lot of fun with my character because she's like the odd one out in a way and I got to play the baddie. She's a nightmare of a woman; absolutely horrible."

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