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Entertainment Weekly
Mar 04, 2016 @ 1:45 pm

Lady Gaga won her very first Golden Globe in January for playing the Countess on American Horror Story: Hotel, and apparently she’s not done with the anthology series: She revealed that she’ll be returning to the show in a Friday interview with Z100.

Although she did answer “yes” when one of her interviewers asked, “Are you back on American Horror Story?” she didn’t provide any other details. “I can’t promise you how or when or anything like that,” she said. (FX did not respond to a request for comment at the time of publishing.)

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Gaga’s American Horror Story news was just a small part of the interview, where she talked about sexual assault and her performance of The Hunting Ground’s “Til It Happens to You” at Sunday’s Academy Awards.

“I want young people and old people to see that it’s okay, that you don’t have to hide from difficult topics,” said Gaga, who “experienced sexual violence 10 years ago.” She added: “It’s okay to talk about these things, and it’s okay to feel uncomfortable for a second so you can help somebody else.”

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Listen to Gaga’s full Z100 interview below.



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