Lady Gaga in “American Horror Story: Hotel” is going to be good.
While speaking to the media at this year’s Television Critics Association (TCA) event, Murphy elaborated on the cast and storyline for his upcoming venture “American Horror Story: Hotel“.
Asked about LGBTI storylines, Murphy replied: ‘Lady Gaga plays a character who has relationships with Matt [Bomer] and Angela [Bassett] and Cheyenne [Jackson].
Now renamed Stay on Main, the hotel was the site of several suicides and was also rumored to be one of the last places Elizabeth Short, a.k.a. The Black Dahlia, was seen before her murder in 1947. I run the hotel. Angela Basset “will be making lots of trouble with Lady Gaga in the ballroom and elsewhere” while Sarah Paulson will be “the baddest bad girl of them all”.
While we await Criss’ induction into the exclusive Ryan Murphy club, a veteran member of Murphy’s clique may take a bit of hard work to get back to the soundstage. “I say, I’ve died and gone to my personal heaven”, Gaga tweeted on Tuesday (August 11). My character is this fabulous actress of the day. I don’t think it’s like anything I’ve done on this show …
“I play Donovan, who is a resident of the Hotel Cortez”. And since Iris runs the hotel, you can bet your dollar that she’s deeply involved in all the trouble that goes down there. “I have a sort of budding relationship with Wes’ [Bentley] character”.
According to reports, AHS: Hotel will be set in modern times and people from the past seasons will be weaving in and out of the hotel.
Finn Wittrock, on the other hand, is a male model named Tristan Duffy.
“He’s trying to creatively reestablish himself, so he moves from New York to Los Angeles”. While O’Hare isn’t exactly playing the legend herself, based on the actor’s description of the character, Liz is extremely committed to the persona. “I shaved my head for the part, and other body parts”. Chloe Sevigny is Alex, a mother and a doctor “dealing with great loss”.
Official details for the characters of the highly anticipated fifth installment of FX’s hit horror anthology “American Horror Story” has finally been revealed.