After a long term game of cat and mouse, Lady Gaga has announced that she will be returning to the next installment of "American Horror Story," according to The Verge.
Previously, Ryan Murphy, who created and writes the show along with Brad Falchuk, said that she had an open invitation, but she wasn't sure if she'd be back.
However, today in an interview with Z100, a New York City radio station, Gaga announced that she will back for at least a small part of the sixth season of the hit FX anthology series. When she was questioned about if she would return, she said simply, "Yes."
She then added, “I can’t promise you how or when or anything like that.”
FX hasn't commented on the announcement yet, but it appears as if the writing is on the wall.
Gaga made her debut in American Horror Story: Hotel, the fifth season of the show. She won a Golden Globe for her role as The Countess. She called the win “one of the greatest moments of my life.”
When Gaga returns, she probably won't be keeping her role as The Countess. Even though the show uses the same actors, they very rarely bring back characters, though there have been some exceptions.
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So far there haven't been any announcements about what the theme of the next season.