Lady Gaga stole the show at the American Horror Story: Hotel premiere Saturday evening in Los Angeles. In fact, the musician is already getting tons of buzz for her role on the upcoming season of the FX series. As dozens of fans gathered across the street from Regal Cinemas at L.A. Live toting sparkly “Gaga” signs, they erupted in screams as she stepped out of her escorted car with fiancé Taylor Kinney holding her hand. And talk about an entrance: Gaga looked stunning in a one-shoulder red dress, matching Brian Atwood heels and with her platinum blonde locks flowing in soft waves.
After posing on the red carpet (and giving a view of her toned gams), she made her way into the theater, stopping to give Evan Peters a smile and a rub on the shoulders. “Let’s go have a drink now,” she said, and sauntered inside with Mother Monster swagger. Peters, who looked dapper in a Christian Dior suit, told reporters he was most looking forward to seeing “Gaga on screen and watch [the show] all come together. He added: “It’s a really sexy, bloody, crazy season, so I’m excited to see it.”
He wasn't the only one raving of the blond-tressed pop star. AHS Executive Producer Brad Falchuk also gushed over Gaga, telling us that having her on the show has been “inspiring.”
“This is one of the greatest artists of all time…and one of the most fearless human beings of all time," he added. "So, when you have someone like that come into your world, you can’t not—as a person or artist—be totally blown away.”
While Gaga was on everyone’s lips at the premiere, so was a bald Denis O’ Hare, who was almost unrecognizable when he stepped on the red carpet and brought it with his semi-Goth, AHS style in a black turtleneck, plaid pants, black rose-shaped earrings and a furry black purse he shook at photographers as he walked down the carpet. To top off the look, he wore a rosy hue on his lips and a light shade of blue on his eyes. There’s a good chance his look was a tribute to his AHS character Liz Taylor, whom he told Entertainment Weekly in August is “inspired by the awesomeness of things like Butterfield 8 and Cleopatra and eye makeup like that.” Either way, he nailed it.
Here's a few creepy sneak peeks before the show officially premieres on Oct. 7: