There's already plenty of rumors floating around about the upcoming season of American Horror Story, but as the show's October premiere draws closer, we're starting to get more and more juicy details with Hotelteasers.
One of the most talked-about features of this season is Lady Gaga's starring role, which she got by cold-calling creator Ryan Murphy. Now Gaga is featured on the latest cover of Entertainment Weekly, and a new slew of bloody details is spilling forth.
According to EW, Gaga's character, a countess named Elizabeth, acquires Hotel Cortez in present-day L.A., but the building was built in 1930 by James March (played by series regular Evan Peters), who used the structure as a hiding place for his dark activities.
We also learn that countess Lady "Elizabeth" Gaga keeps her youthful looks by drinking human blood, and will be ensorcelled in a love triangle between Matt Bomer and Finn Wittrock's characters. That all sounds like fun and games, until one of Elizabeth's past lovers, played by Angela Bassett, checks in at the Cortez seeking revenge on her.
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