Yes, girl, yesss!!!!!!
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The young star has been a breath of fresh air in varied roles throughout the series, coming off like an old pro character actor.
Only, he's obviously still a greenhorn when it comes to certain aspects of the entertainment industry — like c*ck socks apparently!
Evan had to wear a modesty pouch (as they're more politely known) for a nude scene with costar Jessica Lange, and let's just say he didn't quite get the hang of it. Long story short, she ended up with his balls in her face!
Come on, man! The woman has an Oscar!
Ch-ch-check out the NSFW story Evan relayed to Conan O'Brien on Tuesday night (below)!
Attention Little Monsters!
On Thursday, the Bad Romance singer released a statement on Twitter confirming her appearance! She wrote:
What happens in the woods doesn't always stay in the woods!
Wednesday's episode of American Horror Story: Roanoke may have not given too many hints about the season's unusual format, but the haunting hour still managed to gross us out!
The latest chapter of the horror anthology gave a little backstory on the settlers haunting Sarah Paulson and Cuba Gooding Jr., showed a glimpse behind the scenes of the show-within-a-show My Roanoke Nightmare, and featured the biggest WTF moment of the season courtesy of Lady GaGa!
Joining Lee (Angela Bassett) in search of her missing
Ryan Murphy is one of the biggest titans in television right now, and can pretty much get any show made exactly how he envisions it.
But that definitely wasn't the case over a decade ago, when the producer sold his first TV series to The WB (pre CW) and had an extremely "miserable experience"!
Before the days of Glee and American Horror Story, Murphy had pitched his high school dramedy series Popular — about an awkward high school girl forced to live with a popular cheerleader after their parents get engaged — to different networks and "ended up going with The WB."
Though the series became a cult hit after only two seasons from 1999 to 2001, the writer blames constant battles he had with network executives on the show's cancellation.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, the 50-year-old said he wasn't a fan of working with the "relentlessly homophobic" executives who suggested he make his characters "less gay," confessing:
It's almost October, and that means saying hello (and goodbye) to a new batch of movies and TV shows headed to (and from) Netflix!
If you're as into Halloween as we are, you'll be excited to learn you can catch up on American Horror Story as Hotel is finally dropping on the streaming service! Sadly, there's some bad timing for horror fans too — the classic The Exorcist is about to leave!
Of course, if you want something a bit lighter, Matthew McConaughey will warm your heart in the rom com How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days!
Ch-ch-check out all the AH-Mazing movies coming and going on Netflix in October (below)!
That's what we took from Wednesday's episode of My Roanoke Nightmare, which blessed viewers with plenty of AHS fanfare — like familiar faces, gruesome imagery, and plenty of callbacks to earlier seasons!
Episode 2 picks up right where we left off, with Shelby (Sarah Paulson) stumbling upon a group of creepy colonials in the woods who are chasing down a man missing
***WARNING: Scream Queens Spoilers Ahead***
Welcome back, idiot hookers.
Luckily, that meant an hour of wall-to-wall entertainment on Tuesday night when FOX reopened the C.U.R.E Institute — much to the disdain of the Chanels!
While a majority of the episode was dedicated to reintroducing us to Keke Palmer, Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Abigail Breslin, and Billie Lourd's already iconic characters in their new, sterile environment… the welcomed additions to the cast certainly made the most of their debut.
But we're not just talking random up-and-comers — no, American Horror Story: Kids somehow managed to attract Hollywood royalty like John Stamos, Kirstie Alley, Jerry O'Connell, Taylor Lautner, Laura Bell Bundy, and Cecily Strong for the premiere… it's just too bad not everyone could survive the night!
We guess the Green Meanie is just as bloodthirsty as the Red Devil!!
So, without further ado…
M-m-meet Scream Queens' newest residents for Season Two (below)!!!