A Jeezy And T.I. Joint Album Might Actually Be On The Way (For Real This Time)

T.I. and Jeezy each talk about the possibility of working on a joint album together.
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Taylor Swift Awkwardly Yet Endearingly Chair Dancing To Iggy Azalea Is Life, Actually

Taylor Swift dances to Iggy Azalea's "Black Widow" during an interview with Ryan Seacrest.
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Ryan Murphy Confirms All ‘American Horror Story’ Seasons Are Connected

Following months of speculation, Ryan Murphy has confirmed that all seasons of "American Horror Story" are connected. Murphy revealed the news during an interview with Entertainment Weekly, published on Friday:

They’re all connected. We’re just beginning to tell you how they’re connected. They’re all very separate but there’s clues every season that we’re now telling you how the different worlds are intertwined.


Murphy's words are music to the ears of fans who have speculated for months about ties between the show's four seasons. Back in July, it was revealed that Naomi Grossman's Pepper, from Season 2's "Asylum," would return for the current season, "Freak Show." In keeping with the Season 2 theme, Lily Rabe will reappear on the anthology series as her "Asylum" character, Sister Mary Eunice, for an upcoming "Freak Show" episode. Sites such as Vulture found many other connections between the four seasons, as did Reddit users. (One fan theory is that Season 5 could be about Area 51 and aliens, which would tie that forthcoming run to "Asylum" as well.)

"Part of the fun of the show is the Rubik’s cube design of it, but, yes, there are purposeful connections, character connections, and similarities and things that connect that we’ll continue to connect moving forward," Murphy told EW.com.

One of these clues is the scene where the character Maggie (Emma Roberts) is handed a coffee cup and there is a close up on a top hat, which the show creator confirmed is actually a clue for Season 5. Start your guessing now ...

For the full interview with Murphy, head to EW.com.

"AHS: Freak Show" airs Wednesday at 10:00 p.m. ET on FX.
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Betsy Beers, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Executive Producer, Defends ‘Slutty Slutsters’ Everywhere

Betsy Beers is the executive producer behind three of 2014's most successful shows: "Grey's Anatomy," "Scandal" and "How To Get Away With Murder." She also happens to be a serious badass, as evidenced by her rousing speech at Marie Claire's Oct. 30 New Guard luncheon -- an event Marie Claire Editor-in-Chief Anne Fulenwider called a "room full of women who can get it done."

At the event, Beers spoke to the audience about her start in television, her long-time partnership with powerhouse Shonda Rhimes -- she referred to herself and Rhimes as "two chicks, three time slots" -- and the barriers she faced as a woman trying to do something different on TV.

Beers said that she and Shonda's first pilot, for "Grey's Anatomy," came from their desire to see their own lives (or something emotionally similar) on television.

“We were two strong, competitive women with dark and twisty centers for whom work was a paramount importance, who had complicated love lives and messy relationships with a diverse group of friends who were as screwed up as we were," Beers said. "When we looked at the television landscape around us, we didn’t see us in any network dramas or really, anywhere else.”

She also spoke about the pushback that they got about the premise of "Grey's" -- the main character, Meredith Grey, gets drunk and has a one-night stand with a man who turns out to be her superior and the new job she's about to start -- before the pilot aired. Beers recalled a particularly charged meeting she had, in which she and Rhimes were the only women present:

It was a room full of men and one older guy high on the food chain decided to share -- “I mean, this pilot! I don’t see how anyone in America can sympathize or identify with this lead character! This woman, she goes out, gets drunk, has a one night stand with a guy the night before she starts a new job as a doctor? What kind of professional woman would do that?"

“Well, me." As I am sure some of you healthy, happy people with vaginas might have done too. And I could no longer be grateful or just say yes, or hold my fucking tongue or act like a geisha at these meetings, so I proceeded to explain to him that indeed, I had actually done exactly that…. I remember Shonda looking at me with pure joy, and the guy, well he couldn’t call me a slutty slutster to my face, so the subject was dropped. At least in front of us. Meredith and Cristina and the other characters continued to have sex in on-call rooms for years to come.


And lucky for viewers, this sex-positive legacy has trickled into revolutionary moments on "Scandal" and "How To Get Away With Murder" as well. There's a reason that millions of women (and men) tune into ABC's Thursday night lineup every week. It's not a fluke -- it's the type of programming that audiences want to see.

"It feels like we're being treated like a trend or a quota to be filled," said Beers. "Women on television are not a fad. We are not a trend. We are a reality, and we always have been."

More photos from Marie Claire's New Guard event:
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Here’s Where To Get An Open Choker Like Emma Watson

Emma Watson's necklace is not falling off, don't worry.
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Taylor Swift Is Still Dancing To That Iggy Azalea Song

Back in August, Taylor Swift -- as is her wont -- danced in her seat while Iggy Azalea performed "Black Widow" at the MTV Video Music Awards.

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Here in October, Swift is still dancing to that one. The singer made an appearance on Ryan Seacrest's radio show, "On Air with Ryan Seacrest," and danced like no one was watching. Except everyone was.

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GIF: YouTube

This is peak Swift. We approve.

[via Noisey]

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Things That Are Scarier (And Realer) Than Ghosts

Think ghosts are scary? Just wait til you see what Mother Nature has up her sleeve.
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Here’s Exactly Why Taylor Swift’s On Track To Become A Platinum Princess… Again

With a potential platinum debut in a row, Taylor Swift is about to make history. We tell you why her record may never be reached again.
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These Hilarious Costumes Prove Halloween Is Nothing Without A Great Pun

Whether you're a fan of DumbleDora the Explorer or more of a Bud Light Year kind of person, everyone pretty much agrees there's nothing better than a punny Halloween costume.

Proving this point, Jimmy Fallon asked his fans to submit their own homemade costumes via Instagram, and the results might even inspire some ideas of your own.

"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on NBC.
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‘How To Get Away With Murder’ Lays Bare Why Cheating Doesn’t Always Mean The End

ALERT: The following piece and video contain spoilers for Thursday's episode of "How to Get Away with Murder."

From its inception, "How To Get Away With Murder" set itself up against the morally black-and-white legal tales of standard network procedurals: "The question I'm asked most often as a defense attorney is whether I can tell if my clients are innocent or guilty," Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) tells her new students. "And my answer is always the same: I don't care." On Thursday night, the show applied that same resistance to easy moralizing to the realm of interpersonal relationships.

Toward the end of the hour, Annalise's husband, Sam, discovers that his wife planted evidence to help bring Rebecca home, ensuring Wes wouldn't release information about Sam's affair with Lila Stangard to the police.

"Why are you doing all this for me?" he asks Annalise. "I need you," she says, breaking into tears. "Don't you get that? After everything you've done to me -- lying to me, screwing that girl, I need you."

So often, television shows use infidelity as an easy conflict to break couples apart, without going into the actual nuanced emotions that can surround a betrayal. The shows seem to suggest: the cheater is bad, the cheated upon should leave, and if he or she doesn't, it's okay to judge them. Instead, "How To Get Away With Murder" presents Annalise's response without judgement, as a truthful reaction to a situation that -- like many similar scenarios real life -- is more complex, confusing, and morally gray than it can appear to those on the outside.

Check out the full scene in the clip below.


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