Pop Culture Fix: Sarah Paulson Agrees the “American Crime Story” Fat Suit Wasn’t a Great Idea

One thing I’ve been doing lately is ordering stickers off of Etsy because it supports indie creators and it isn’t expensive and now there’s always a little something cute coming in the mail to look forward to! I’ve got a couple of Stardew Valley stickers coming today including a little bisexual Junimo for my sister! What I also have coming today is your Monday Pop Culture Fix!


+ Sarah Paulson’s doing press for her upcoming role as Linda Tripp in Impeachment: American Crime Story, and she agrees that choosing to wear a fat suit wasn’t the best idea.

+ Related — Monica Lewinsky hired a therapist to sit with her while she oversaw scenes for Impeachment: American Crime Story.

+ Here’s the official teaser for Kristen Stewart’s turn as Princess Diana in Spencer.

+ Good read from Emily VanDerWerff over at Vox: Nothing changes on The White Lotus — that’s the point.

+ Watch Evan Rachel Wood pointedly cover “You Get What You Give,” a song that famously ends with Marilyn Manson’s ass-kicking.

+ The Baby-Sitter’s Club will be back for season two on October 11th, and first look photos are starting to drop. Carmen was inconsolable seeing Mallory without glasses!

+ Ashley Nicole Black radiates joy in the writers room for Ted Lasso.

+ Halsey’s rock album is perfect alchemy.

+ Betty Who sounds off on Britney Spears and not fitting in.

+ Never Have I Ever star Lee Rodriguez is tired of coming out.

+ Alexandra , Jeremy Luke and Mickey Rourke are set to star in the new movie Replica about “an African American trans woman who has journeyed cross-country from her small Mississippi hometown to California in pursuit of her dream to be an actress.”

+ Manifest will be back for a fourth season on Netflix.

+ RuPaul’s Drag Race queen Gigi Goode comes out as trans-nonbinary.

+ “Anime was a safe space”: On magical girls, damaged villains, and trans adolescence.

+ Kevin Can F*ck Himself has been renewed for a second season at AMC.


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Heather Hogan

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior editor who lives in New York City with her wife, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Twitter, and Instagram.

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12 Comments

  1. “While en route to Los Angeles, Tonya accidentally gets stranded in the suburbs of Los Angeles and becomes engulfed in a gritty world after being introduced to Mickey (Luke), a neo Nazi low-level meth dealer. But to both of their surprise, they begin falling in love.”

    Sounds a little out there but I’m watching it anyway

  2. They’ve gotta make Kristy gay this season, right? First episode is an adaptation of ‘Kristy and the Snobs’ and I just feel that her conflict with Shannon would be so perfect as enemies to friends to crushes! Kristy Thomas is gay and I know this IN MY BONES.

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