***WARNING: MAJOR The Walking Dead Spoilers Ahead***
[Image via AMC.]
Thankfully, Taylor Lautner didn't seem to mind getting soaked when he stopped by Wednesday's show — because it was all for charity!
The Scream Queens star was the first victim of Ellen's new favorite game Oops! My Water Broke, where the actor sat underneath a stack of water balloons just waiting to plummet onto his pretty face!
Speaking of Lautner's perfect features, the 24-year-old remembered the last time he appeared on Ellen to surprise a Twilight super-fan who would NOT stop rubbing his stomach! (But as Ellen points out, do we really blame her?)
Ch-ch-check out the clips (below) to see Taylor get soaked, re-live his rub down, and talk about that time he made out with a giraffe!
Murder! Mystery! Homoerotic John Stamos shower scenes!
Tuesday's episode of Scream Queens had a little something for everyone, especially if you're really into grotesque diseases and erotic asphyxiation.
[SPOILERS, IDIOT HOOKERS]
After witnessing a hairy patient get decapitated at the end of last week's season premiere, Chanel No. 5 (Abigail Breslin) became a suspect right off the bat, despite the fact that there was green smile tracked in by the actual murderer, the Green Meanie.
No. 5's luck turned around when she started getting romantic with a patient played by the impossibly handsome Colton Haynes — except his character Tyler was in the hospital because he was completely covered in NASTY looking boils…
Bent on making Tyler hot again, No. 5 started fundraising for an expensive laser to remove the warts, but it was Chanel Oberlin (Emma Roberts) who got the money from her ex-boyfriend Chad Radwell (Glen Powell), who had returned to
Can't blame her for trying!
Pressed by none other than John Stamos while chatting with Billboard on Saturday at the iHeartRadio Music Festival, the 24-year-old revealed the Make Me singer tried to nudge a romance between the actor and the country singer way back when.
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:
***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)!!!
After rumors started swirling at the end of August that the twosome had rekindled their romance, it seems sources are ready to confirm their reconciliation. Bless!
A source close to Julia Roberts' niece dished:
The Chanels will see you now.
The second season of Scream Queens is right around the corner, with the setting taking a sharp left turn from the Kappa House to the eerie halls of a hospital. (Don't all sorority girls who get sent to a mental ward end up pursuing a career in medicine?)
But based on new cast portraits Fox released on Thursday, the Chanels are still clinging on to that last bit of glamour — as Emma Roberts (Chanel Oberlin), Billie Lourd (Chanel #3), and Abigail Breslin (Chanel #5) flawlessly pull off a chic candy striper look!
Of course, Jamie Lee Curtis is still giving major angel of death vibes returning as Dean (now Hospital Administrator?) Munch — but the real returning evil is Lea Michele, who is very appropriately now a patient at the hospital with that killer twinkle in her eye.
Ch-ch-check out the sophisticated yet suspicious character portraits (above) and catch the return of Scream Queens September 20 on Fox!
[Image via Tommy Garcia/FOX.]