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Ryan Murphy is a true master of suspense!
On Thursday, FX boss John Landgraf spoke about Ryan's plans for American Horror Story season seven and dished on which veterans have already signed on for the next installment.
As we previously reported, Mr. Murphy decided to keep viewers in the dark over the plot of AHS: Roanoke until its September 2016 premiere. According to John, this is a "marketing hook" the writer intends to replicate.
The FX mogul explained:
But the American Horror Story mastermind wants viewers to know that his newest FX drama, Feud: Bette and Joan, will be anything but a "quote-unquote camp-fest."
While the upcoming premiere already has viewers excited for more infamous feuds to come in future seasons, Murphy said he has no plans to explore another Hollywood-centric female feud!
Speaking at the show's panel at the 2017 Winter TCA Press Tour, he explained:
Golden Globes babes!
Flaw-free twosome Angela Bassett and her foiiine hubby Courtney B. Vance looked great on today's red carpet.
The American Horror Story actress is pink perfection in a fitted gown featuring a neckline with shoulder cleavage and ruffles. She completed her look with voluminous locks, a white clutch, and CSARITE by Erica Courtney golden jewels.
Angie's American Crime Story other half seemed very dapper and happy in a grey suit with black touches.
See a better look at Miz Bassett's full ensem in the gallery (above)!
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Yet another star lost in the final days of 2016.
It's been reported that prolific actress Barbara Tarbuck, who played Lady Jane Jacks on General Hospital for over a decade, has died at 74 years old.
Tarbuck died Monday at her home in Los Angeles of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease — a rare, incurable neurodegenerative disease — her daughter Jennifer Lany Connolly confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
Tarbuck portrayed Jax Jacks' (Ingo Rademacher) mother on the ABC soap opera from 1996 until 2010, and appeared on the second season of American Horror Story playing Jessica Lange's compassionate Mother Superior Claudia in five episodes of Asylum.
The actress actually played another nun in the 1980s, playing Sister Allegra on the NBC daytime serial Santa Barbara — and has appeared on countless television shows like The Waltons, Dallas, Police Squad!, M*A*S*H, Cagney & Lacey, The Golden Girls, Judging Amy, Star Trek: Enterprise, NYPD Blue, Nip/Tuck, Glee, and Mad Men.
Tarbuck's film roles include Big Trouble, Curly Sue, The Tie That Binds, and Walking Tall. She was also an accomplished stage actress, appearing in the original 1983 production of Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs.
So sad to see another star go. Our hearts go out to Barbara's loved ones at this difficult time.
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Oh, we're SO ready for this face off.
As we previously reported, Piers Morgan made headlines this week after he continuously questioned BOTH Madonna and Lady GaGa's rape claims. The controversial opinion stemmed from the British TV personality's shade about how celebrities use a PTSD diagnosis in order to "promote themselves." Smh.
Morgan's timing was either calculated or just plain poor as his comments came shortly after both Madge and Mother Monster opened up about their past traumas. To make matters worse, the former America's Got Talent judge refused to back down even after he faced major criticism online.
So it's no wonder Piers' shady sentiments caught the Million Reasons singer's attention, as on Tuesday, the pop star clapped back at the journalist AND even agreed to have an interview with him. Don't believe us? Ch-ch-check out the full exchange for yourself (below).
Lady GaGa is an open book.
Only a day after the Million Reasons singer revealed her battle with PTSD, the A-lister once again opened up about her life with the mental illness — only this time in a letter for her Born This Way Foundation's website.
After wrestling with how she wanted to articulate her struggles to her fans, the American Horror Story actress penned: