In a recent interview with Panorama magazine, designers Dolce and Gabbana threw around harsh criticism about IVF (in vitro fertilization). “I call children of chemistry, synthetic children,” said Domenic Dolce. Elton John, who has two sons born via surrogate, took to Instagram to respond, saying, “I shall never wear Dolce and Gabbana ever again.” Now other celebrities are slamming the designers with the hashtag #BoycottDolceGabbana. Read more…
If you’re an American Horror Story fan, you’ll never forget Finn Wittrock. As Dandy, the overgrown sociopath of Freak Show, Wittrock was the cause of the anthology series’ biggest blood bath to date. Now, he’s got some tips for Ryan Murphy‘s newest recruit, Lady Gaga, on how to survive shooting AHS: Hotel.
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When we saw the unexpected, intimate scene between Desiree (Angela Bassett) and Jimmy (Evan Peters) on Wednesday’s episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show, we immediately thought: “WTF IS HAPPENING?!” — a reaction Ryan Murphy and his team of masterminds clearly wanted. “[Evan] is a cute little boy who’s engaged,” Bassett told VH1 with laughter. Wait, is it the fact that Peters’ fiancé Emma Roberts also works on the show that makes us think this was awkward? Or their huge age gap? Bassett explains.
Neil Patrick Harris‘ stellar year continues. After Twitter talk of joining Ryan Murphy‘s American Horror Story: Freak Show earlier this summer, TVLine has confirmed that he’ll appear on the show this season, and he’s bringing husband David Burtka along with him.
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When FX — stylized as fX to suggest effects — was first launched in 1994 it was definitely a risk. The channel was built around live programming meant to create an interactive viewing experience tapping into the early days of the Internet. It was certainly bold. It was definitely original. But it didn’t last long.
On Thursday Glee‘s Chris Colfer announced his departure from the Fox series. “Due to personal issues, I have been let go from the cast of GLEE,” he Tweeted, before adding: “Explanations will come shortly…” Wait, what? Colfer has played fan favorite Kurt Hummel since season 1, and his character was and remains an integral part of the show’s shift to New York. He was never rumored to have drama behind the scenes — unlike costar Naya Rivera who was rumored to have conflict with Lea Michele, and whose future with the show has been called into question multiple times — so surely he’d be a central focus during the show’s sixth and final season.
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Gargoyles! Psychics! They worship the moon! Oh, sorry, we were just getting worked up, thinking about the upcoming third season of American Horror Story after reading Ryan Murphy‘s new and ever more revealing spoilers. “I really miss Jessica Lange as Constance, that kind of stuff. And I know she missed it too,” the show creator told press at an advanced screening of AHS: Asylum‘s season finale. In addition to confirming that we will still get all the Lange our souls require, Murphy said the next season will be “funnier,” take place in modern times in several different cities and will be “really about female power.” Revealed the Glee creator, “I got Jessica to do it because I did everything she asked … and I also told her she will have hair, makeup, and the best designer gowns ever made. She’s going to play a real glamour cat sort of lady.” Glamour…cat…lady. Oh Ryan. How well you know us. How much you’ve learned.
After burning through aliens, Nazis, angels, serial killers and monsters of several different varieties this season alone, Ryan Murphy is obviously going to need to mix it up next season. The show’s writers return on Monday to hash out the third season, but we are already psyched for what we hear is coming our way…and what terrors we hope could join the mix: