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Frances McDormand wants to get to the after party already!
The 58-year-old won the 2015 Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her role in Olive Kitteridge!
But instead of giving a long-winded thank you speech like the others, she decided to do the opposite and barely talk at all!
Maybe she thought the show was running too long? LOLz!
The actress beat out other nominees Felicity Huffman for American Crime, Jessica Lange for American Horror Story: Freak Show, Queen Latifah for Bessie, Emma Thompson for Mrs. Lovett, and Maggie Gyllenhaal for The Honorable Woman!
This is the third award of the night for Olive Kitteridge — Lisa Cholodenko also won for Directing and Jane Anderson for Writing!
See the ongoing winners list HERE!!
The ladies of American Horror Story look so
The Scream Queens starlet went chic in an ivory vintage-looking number, accented with gorgeous necklaces, bracelets, and a dainty belt.
Jessica and Sarah both chose off the shoulder floor-sweeping navy, but Miz Paulson amped up the glam with sequins and beads.
So fabby, ladies!
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the AHS cast in the gallery (above)!
[Image via AP Images.]
Just a few minutes ago, the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards nominations were announced — and some of the nominations really surprised us!
One interesting nomination was Orange is the New Black for outstanding drama series — the show switched categories from comedy after the Emmys decided to group all hour-long programs in the drama category!
The biggest surprise of the announcement could be for the presenters — OITNB's Uzo Aduba and So You Think You Can Dance? host Cat Deeley (who was subbing in for John Stamos).
Aduba was surprised with a nomination for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series while Deely received a nod for outstanding reality show host!
Check out the full list of nominations (below) to see if your favorite actors made the cut!
How many more stars can possibly check in to American Horror Story: Hotel!?
A day after announcing that Freak Show alum Finn Wittrock will be joining the cast of the fifth season of FX's hit anthology series, Ryan Murphy revealed another AHS veteran will be returning as well!
It's been reported that Denis O'Hare, who played the creepy burned man in season one of the series, will be joining the cast of Hotel!
Murphy explained that other returning favorites can be expected to take on different roles in Hotel, detailing:
"Everybody in the show is very excited about this season, Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters particularly because in every season thus far they've always been sort of the heroes, the good guy or the good lady so to speak, and this season they're playing absolute evil villains. So they're very excited about that and I think people will really enjoy it, and the Lady Gaga part is bananas good."
While the upcoming season is packed with AHS veterans and exciting franchise newbies, fans are still lamenting about the absence of series anchor Jessica Lange.
But don't check out just yet! The 66-year-old recently revealed she could be enticed to return to the series if approached the right way, saying:
It sounds like Jessica Lange is learning a LOT about the internet today!!
In fact, you couldn't go ANYWHERE on the Twittersphere without seeing her name, and some tweeters were even pointing out that the 65-year-old looked a bit like Jessica Lange!
So much so that the American Horror Story star started trending too!
Because Jessica wasn't online today she had no idea! But when someone took the time to explain the whole situation to her, she had THIS to say:
It will really be the end of an era for American Horror Story…
Jessica Lange is leaving the show after headlining it for its first four seasons.
The latest season, Freak Show, is her last. This has now been confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter.
But it's not all sad news for AHS, because they just snagged Matt Bomer for the male lead in season five, Hotel.
Add that to the fact that Lady GaGa has been confirmed to be playing the female lead, and you've got one intriguing season coming down the pipeline. But that's not all.
So now AHS: Hotel is going to have
It's finally here!
The American Horror Story season finale is upon us, and it with it, a whole lot of death!
We've had a love/hate relationship with Freak Show this year, but Ryan Murphy sure does know how to keep us on our toes.
So without further ado, let's get into the review of Wednesday night's finale: