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Max Greenfield To Star On 'American Horror Story: Hotel'

Max Greenfield ("New Girl") has joined the cast of the fifth season of "American Horror Story," according to show creator Ryan Murphy. "This October, Max Greenfield (like you've never seen him) is checking in to the hotel . . . but not checking out. #AHSHotel," Murphy wrote on Twitter. Other stars announced for "AHS" include Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson, Wes Bentley and Evan Peters.

Katy Perry Hasn't Heard From Russell Brand Since He Texted Her About Divorce

Katy Perry says that she told the Daily Telegraph in 2011 that she hadn't spoken to ex Russell Brand since he "texted me saying he was filing for a divorce." Now the paper has released the interview, which Katy claims is a cheap shot. "It's really inappropriate when journalists repurpose interviews done 3 yrs ago in context of promoting a film & then stamp a new date on it."

Paul Walker Honored By Wiz Khalifa And Charlie Puth At Billboard Awards

Wiz Khalifa hit the stage at the Billboard music awards over the weekend in a special tribute to late "Fast & Furious" actor Paul Walker. The rapper was introduced by fellow MC and "Fast & Furious" supporting actor Ludacris along with Tyrese. Khalifa offered up a rendition of his hit track "See You Again" at the awards show, which took place in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 17.

Louis C.K. Under Fire For Child Molestation Jokes On 'SNL'

Louis C.K. has come under fire for jokes he made on the season finale of "Saturday Night Live." During his opening monologue, the comedian delivered jokes about "mild" racism and the rationale behind child molestation. One Twitter user took offense to C.K.'s topics, writing "I get it comedy is meant to be edgy. I just don't find jokes about child molestation funny."