'Arrow's' Stephen Amell: Gay men 'can hit on me if they want to,' he tells 'Chelsea Lately'

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stephen-amell-gay-men-chelsea-lately.jpgHunky CW superhero Stephen Amell stopped by "Chelsea Lately" Tuesday (Nov. 5), where the "Arrow" star talks about being a new parent, getting hit on by men and the winery he started with friend Andrew Harding called Nocking Point Wines.

On his new baby: "It's awesome. You take them home, make sure they're fed, sleep, changed, this parenting stuff is easy. [laughs]."

On getting hit on by gay men, because he has been on a lot of gay TV shows: "People can hit on me if they want to."

On "Dante's Cove": "That was an all-gay soap opera where I was the villain because I was the straight character. Then I couldn't do the second season and in the second season, my character went from not gay to really, really, really gay."

On being a spin instructor: "A guy in Toronto named Al Green ... trained me," to which Chelsea cracks, "Al Green, the musician?"

On his Rosé wine from his winery: "We wanted to call it 'Pink Wine for Dudes'."

"Arrow" airs Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. ET/PT on the CW.
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