The Muppets may not be getting the best reviews for their ABC show, but they're certainly still trying to stay fresh with their commercials!
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and tell us what YOU think!
Emma Roberts is a HUGE Jonathan Taylor Thomas fan.
Can we really blame her?!
"I'm literally getting flushed thinking about it. Remember when you are younger and you have crushes where you are sobbing just looking at a poster of them? That's how intense it is."
LOVES it! Not to mention, the blonde beauty also revealed she used to decorate her bedroom walls with photos of the former child star.
"I used to collage my whole room for hours with pictures of Jonathan Taylor Thomas and a couple of other people. It was a little creepy, almost. I think it was a little stalkerish."
HA! Who hasn't been there.
To make the interview even MORE HIGHlarious, the daytime TV host joked that they were bringing out JTT — which resulted in quite the scream from the 24-year-old. We think Ryan Murphy would be so proud!
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the full endearing interview for yourself (below)!
The Scream Queens creator directed the actress in Eat Pray Love back in 2010, and she co-starred in his award-winning HBO drama The Normal Heart — she also presented Murphy his award at last month's amfAR Inspiration Gala!
Like all of Murphy's besties, you might expect Roberts to appear on his hit horror anthology American Horror Story — but don't get your hopes up!
It turns out that the 49-year-old has never asked the actress to film a scene for his FX horror show!
During the promotion of her new thriller Secret in Their Eyes, Roberts revealed why we won't be seeing her in any upcoming seasons of AHS!
Loving this dichotomy!
Jamie also had no problem playing around with her skirt and showing off her stems from thigh to ankle, but Gwyneth was in a serene mood — just like a real-life divine being.
Are YOU feeling this red carpet version of heaven and hell, Perezcious readers???
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Why you gotta do that to us, Nashville!?
ABC's country drama is not playing around in their high stakes Season 4 — because Wednesday night's episode ended with an unbelievable twist and a character death that TOTALLY shocked us!
Here's what went down… [SPOILERS!]
Hayden Panettiere's country superstar character Juliette Barnes was
Who knocked up the Countess!?
The pop star spotted on set filming an upcoming episode of AHS on Wednesday in El Lay — and she looked very, very pregnant!
It looks like the scene will reveal a lot more about The Countess's origin story, as she was sporting clothes that look like something out of the 1920's!
This week's episode revealed [Minor Spoiler Alert] that the Countess was born in 1904, so this definitely looks like a flashback scene from before she turned all supernatural!
For now, we can only speculate what happened to the Countess' baby — but Ryan Murphy did tease that the writers were thinking of bringing back the "Anti-Christ Baby" from season one!
He recently said in an interview:
You better watch out, Empire.
If there's anyone who knows what it's like to have a successful musical drama on FOX, it's Ryan Murphy.
And although Glee may have been replaced by Lee Daniels' take on the hip hop genre in early 2015, Ryan still has some advice for the Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard vehicle on how to avoid going downhill despite phenomenal early ratings.
Gwyneth will serve double duty as executive producer and star of the project that was originally set up as a feature length film with Sony back in 2012!
But Murphy insists that the story will make a "much better" TV show than movie, and already has themes for the first four seasons mapped out!
Paltrow will be playing a 40-year-old woman who recorded a hit song 15 years ago, and is now broke and miserable. But everything changes once the Mortdecai star gets a call from a record label looking to form a supergroup with her and two other singers who each had a hit song in the ‘90s!
While the label has a hidden agenda, the group ends up catapulting into stardom and becomes an inspiration to women everywhere!
Murphy said the series will feature original music and center on female empowerment, and — like most of his recent work — is expected to be an anthology series!
OMG, we're in LOVE with this premise — we're sure networks will enter a bidding war over One Hit Wonders, and we can't wait to find out more!
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