It's so incredible to see how he was able to really channel all of that pain in confusion as a teenager into so many creative outlets!
But that's what makes Chris Colfer such an inspiration!
The Glee actor recently opened up about his difficult teenage years being bullied in High School for his sexual preference, and how his writing - which he originally used as a means to work out his problems - has ultimately catapulted him into one of the most successful young people in Hollywood!
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AHS gave FX their highest rated series premiere ever. It deserves this!
FX president John Landgraf has just made the NOT surprising announcement that the network is giving American Horror Story a second season!
Here's what he had to say about it:
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Last we heard from Rose McGowan, a man who had been harassing her, Louis Santo III, was placed behind bars.
Then again, Rose hasn't been so innocent herself…or at least she wasn't on last night's episode of Law & Order: SVU.
In her first TV role since
Charmed Nip/Tuck, Rose played "sultry manipulator" Cassandra Davina on SVU. She guest-starred as "a con-artist playing the victim to her allegedly jealous ex-boyfriend."
Looks like we'll be seeing a whole lot more of Rose soon in remakes/reboots of Arnold Schwarzenegger action flicks Conan the Barbarian and Red Sonja.
Did U catch Rose McGowan's SVU appearance? Do U think it's time for her to make a major comeback?
[Image via WENN.]
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Gay-oriented cable network Logo has acquired syndication rights for FX's medical drama Nip/Tuck.
The series, which ran for seven seasons, will air in three-episode stacks each week starting this October.
Logo's senior vice president of multiplatform programming Marc Leonard explains the network's choice to air the drama:
"The celebrity guests, moments of jaw-dropping outrageousness and honest depiction of its gay characters and their friends made the series a perfect fit for our audience. At the end of the day, we see it as a love story between two straight guys who are challenged by the family that they've created — and that's pretty fierce."
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