Zach Braff, Donald Faison Vow to Make Pizzas for Gay Weddings in Indiana


Zach Braff and Donald Faison have offered to turn their hands to pizza-making in a bid to stand up for gay rights in Indiana.

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The actors, who starred opposite each other in the hit sitcom Scrubs, came out in defense of gay rights on Friday, April 3 as a Walkerton, Indiana pizzeria made headlines for refusing to provide catering for gay weddings due to the state's controversial new "religious freedom" laws.

Taking a stand against the controversial new laws via Twitter, Braff, who turned 40 this weekend, shared a hilarious photo of himself and Faison zooming across the ocean in a speed boat.

"If you really and truly want pizza for your gay wedding in Indiana… We will make it for you," the actor wrote in the photograph caption.

Braff and Faison are two of a number of celebs who have spoken out against Indiana's new law. Rihanna made her views very clear during a gig in Indianapolis on Saturday, April 4.

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Other stars, such as Miley Cyrus, Seth MacFarlane, Ellen DeGeneres, and Mark Ruffalo, have also spoken out against the law and called on Governor Mike Pence and other lawmakers to make it right.

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