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Supermodel Joins ‘American Horror Story’

Jul 24, 2015  •  Post A Comment

A model who is a familiar face on television has signed on to be a part of the upcoming FX drama “American Horror Story: Hotel.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, Naomi Campbell will have a multi-episode arc on the series, which premieres in October.

Campbell joins a lineup that includes a number of other big names, such as “AHS” veterans Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Evan Peters and Lily Rabe, along with newcomers Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer and Cheyenne Jackson.

Campbell recently appeared in a recurring role on Fox’s drama series “Empire” and has been a presence on TV shows including “The Face.”

In “AHS” she plays a fashion editor who has to answer for her critiques, THR notes.

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  1. dear Manoharan SirMy first comment was in reposnse to Dhivakar sir’s review of the Play. Honestly i haven’t seen the play – but a year ago saw the key artists in a talk show on vijay TV.My second comment was in reposnse to sri YGEEM sir’s ( am honored that he actually offered his reposnse) reposnse to mine – totally unaware etc – hence the ref to the Bermuda clad etc.The young are easily led astray – this happened in every period. Maybe a few are born nerds or few don’t have the opportunity or coerced by hounding parents – to lead a saintly life confined to their books and spirituality. Every parent knows this – that they too had their time under the sun, when they too atleast bordered or atleast considered to rebel and move to the ` dark side’. Its just wrong to say that only current day youth are rebellious and all of the 1940’s were epitomes of virtue. Just that their priorities were different maybe. But from time immemorial, this journey of self discovery – of good and bad playing their parts to make a child metamorphasise into an adult is eternal. else like a calf jus delivered- we could have just got up and walked away -note its too staggers a bit to find its feet. The right does’nt remain right for ever, nor do the wrongs remain wrong for ever – stagnation is death, change is life ( you know from where this is from !!)All the ills of the current generation, are not something that have come in from the so called western influence, USA mogam, MTV fashion TV etc etc. They have all been not only practised but romanticised in our own popular works including sangam literature. Name it – its there. So all the bhakti movement – the 63 plus 12 – only clouded the eyes to look elsewhere. These were always there. Our dear Dhivakar sir’s work Vichitrachittan is on the great Mahendra Pallava – he did have another title Mattavilasan – drunken sport. I dont want to bring more into this.Its getting a bit long already. I just wanted to say that our vision has to be more democratic and diplomatic when handling this subjects. else you will have a whole healthy applause from an octogenarian audience but not one from your intended target group.Nahi Gyanena Sadrasham Pavitramahi VidyateTalk real issues and dessiminate real knowledge. fact as fact.i rest my casergdsvj

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