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From Hollywood royalty to actual royalty!
Ryan Murphy's upcoming miniseries Feud: Bette and Joan finally makes its high profile debut this weekend.
FX has ordered a follow up to the upcoming anthology series — and this time Murphy and co. are tackling the story of Prince Charles and Princess Diana!
The beloved royal couple were married from 1981-1996, though their marriage became the center of media attention around the world when allegations of
Susan Sarandon is being honest about her "open" sexuality.
In a new interview with PrideSource, the star of Feud: Bette and Joan is refreshingly candid about her love life, even admitting that she had an affair with a man who was gay.
Speaking about the affair, she said:
"Well, I did at one point have a very successful and very loving and wonderful affair with a man who then wasn't with another woman after me, and that worked out fine! I don't think you had to declare yourself as rigidly as you do now in terms of having to declare yourself almost politically about your sexual preference."
She later identifies him, saying:
"[It was] Philip Sayer (who also starred in "The Hunger") - he was a wonderful actor. He passed away, but yes, he was gay, and we had a great relationship in every way."
As for her own sexuality, the 70-year-old (who looks AMAZING, by the way), said:
Let the shading of epic proportions begin!
And based on the first full trailer for Feud: Bette and Joan, there will be no shortage of big egos, campy drama, and actual kicks to the head!
The new trailer finally gives us a better look at Susan Sarandon (Davis) and Jessica Lange (Crawford) as they torment each other during the making of their 1962 classic What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
We also get a cheeky narration from Olivia de Havilland (Catherine Zeta Jones), who sums up the "rivalry" between the two in terms we can still appreciate today!
Ch-ch-check out the twisted trailer (below) and catch Feud: Bette and Joan Sunday, March 5, at 10 p.m. on FX!
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:
Eva Amurri Martino Responds To Critics After Revealing Her Son's Cracked Skull Incident: 'Parenthood Is Not A Competition'
Eva Amurri Martino has no time for haters.
As we previously reported, Susan Sarandon's daughter revealed earlier this week that her son, Major James, suffered from a cracked skull shortly after Thanksgiving when a night nurse dropped him. How awful!
Despite opening up about the incident in a candid note on her blog, Miz Amurri Martino has since faced some serious criticism about the incident. However Eva isn't going to let internet trolls bully her over the health scare, as on Monday, she took to Instagram and posted:
Susan Sarandon's Daughter Eva Amurri Martino Reveals Son Suffered Cracked Skull After Night Nurse Dropped Him — And Now Eva Is Battling Depression Because Of It
We can't even begin to imagine going through this!
Back in October 2016, Eva Amurri Martino gave birth to her second child, a baby boy named Major James. But it has not been smooth sailing as Eva experienced what has to be one of the scariest incidents one could go through as a parent.
Susan Sarandon's daughter revealed in a new blog on her website that her son suffered a cracked skull just after Thanksgiving when her night nurse dropped him. Apparently, the nurse was holding him and fell asleep, leading to the fall which caused Major to suffer a fractured skull and bleeding on his brain.
Eva, 31, wrote that she and her husband, Kyle, were asleep at the time, but were woken up by the 'hysterical piercing screams':