‘American Horror Story’ Star Evan Peters Talks Break-Up With Emma Roberts, Moving On, And Lady Gaga

With American Horror Story: Hotel getting ready for a fall release, Evan Peters recently revealed how he’s excited to begin working with Lady Gaga in the upcoming season and just what it takes to get to his heart.

In an interview with Cosmopolitan, Peters, who recently broke up Emma Roberts, revealed that while he’s not good at dating, there are a few things he looks for in a relationship.

“I guess girls who give me a chance, you know?… If I say the wrong thing or do something stupid or fumble or spill shit on my shirt, she’s OK with it. She’s cool with that and will give me another chance to say the right thing, and get past my nerves and insecurity. Gotta give a guy a chance, essentially.”

Meanwhile, Peters, who is set to play Dr. March in the new season of American Horror Story, revealed that he is thrilled to be working with Lady Gaga. “I am so excited to work with her and to see her on the show,” he explained.

However, when asked if he would be singing any duets with the pop singer, Peters revealed that there would be absolutely no singing this time around.

“There’s going to be no singing this year. Ryan [Murphy] was very adamant about that. No singing. He’s always switching it up. So it’ll just be her there to act. It’ll be brilliant.​​”

Meanwhile, Peters isn’t the only star of AHS that is excited to work with Gaga. “I think she’s a profoundly gifted artist,” Matt Bomer told Entertainment Tonight. “I really looking forward to collaborating with her, because I know she’s going to bring so much to the table. I know loosely what our storyline is so I’m really excited about that.”

At the same time, Sarah Paulson, who is set to play Hypodermic Sally this season, is waiting for the chance to create a working relationship with Gaga.

“I will not have succeeded in this season if I do not have a way of contacting her directly, like a cell phone number, by the end of the season,” Paulson explained to the Wrap.

“It will be very embarrassing to me if we don’t become really tight, close friends. The fact that I’m announcing that I want that is what should be terrifying to Lady Gaga.”

American Horror Story: Hotel is set to premiere in October on FX.

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