If the drama of the Democratic primary was holding you captive back in April, then we surely understand your neglect of Tori Spelling's Kiss The Bride. But on Tuesday, you might want to remedy the situation as the romantic comedy burns its way onto DVD.

Here's what we were thinking back then.

Gay audiences cheered when Tori Spelling's character of Katherine, a struggling off-off-off Broadway actress, gave her sweet, if clumsy, musical audition in Trick. Her piano accompaniment for that audition is played by best friend Gabriel who turns a trick with a male stripper into real love.

Since then Spelling has become something of a gay icon. A status she clearly enjoys.

“I'm a huge fan of gays,” Spelling recently told Reuters news service. “They love me; I love them. They consider me kind of a gay icon, which they've labeled me as.”

In her role as bride in the new romantic comedy Kiss The Bride, Spelling hopes to expand on her status.

The movie tells the story of Alex (Spelling) and Ryan (James O'Shea) as they approach their wedding day. Complications arise when Matt (Phillip Karner) shows up, more interested in breaking up the couple than wishing them well. Matt must confront the fact that he might still be in love with Ryan. But Alex proves to be either cunning or completely adorable as she wins Matt over. It is My Best Friend's Wedding with a gay twist.

The movie's gay theme “was probably one of the top things that made me want to do the movie,” Spelling said.

The movie is directed by C. Jay Cox, whose previous credits include the gay Mormon romantic comedy Latter Days.

Spelling is also a marriage equality advocate. At a gay couple's request, she even became an ordained minister to officiate on their gay day.

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