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Ryan Murphy's upcoming series, Feud: Bette and Joan, may be about the drama between Hollywood legends Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, but there's one feud you won't be seeing in a hypothetical second season.
"I would never do another Hollywood woman versus woman story, although people really want the Taylor Swift-Katy Perry feud," Murphy told a small group of reporters at FX's Television Critics Association press day on Thursday. "I get a lot of requests to please do Taylor and Katy, but I’m not going to."
The first installment in the anthology series will focus on the infamous behind-the-scenes battle between Davis and Crawford, played by Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange, respectively, during Hollywood's Golden Age, eventually working through their mutual hatred to create the critically acclaimed 1962 smash hit, What Ever Happened »
Lea Michele is back in the music biz!
The 30-year-old Scream Queens star announced on Wednesday that she'll release a new album and hit the stage for a series of live shows in 2017. In fact, Michele promises that her performances will be coming very soon.
"2017 is off to an amazing start!" she posted on Instagram. "Excited to announce my new album will be released soon! Another New Year’s surprise... There will be limited live shows coming sooner than you think! Stay tuned!"
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"I really made sure that this album was all about my voice," Michele told Et's Denny Directo at The Grove's Christmas tree lighting ceremony in December. "It was inspired by a lot of the women I grew up loving and listening to, like Barbra Streisand and Celine Dion, so I think it just really is a good representation »
2 items from 2017
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