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We love Emma Roberts from American Horror Story and Scream Queens, but her credentials don't stop there. The niece of film legend Julia Roberts, Emma made her TV debut as Addie Singer in the Nickelodeon series Unfabulous, which ended in 2007. Since then she has starred in the comedy We're the Millers (2013) opposite Jennifer Aniston and in the drama Palo Alto (2013) based on the book by James Franco. But really, her turn as snarky witch Madison Montgomery from AHS Coven cemented her forever in our queer hearts, and now Fox's Scream Queens! Not to sound creepy, but Emma, we are are following your every move.

The Lesbian Vampire YA Series of Our Dreams Is Headed to Netflix

First Kill will be produced by American Horror Story and Scream Queens star Emma Roberts. 

This Queer Couple Got *So* Real About Gaydar, and It's Effing Hilarious

Rose and Rosie are so cute, and so funny.

This Video of 49 Celebrities Reading the Names of the 49 Orlando Victims May Devastate You

Out producer Ryan Murphy produced the video that includes many LGBTQ celebrities, and also, allies reading the names of the victims and telling their stories. 

Top 5 Things We Learned from American Horror Story's Fall Finale

Happy fall finale, everyone! Or rather, happy tragic blood-soaked fall finale, everyone!

AHS: 5 Things We Learned From This Week's Special Halloween Freak Show

Can Lana Del Rey raise the dead? Click to find out! (the answer is yes)

13 Reasons to Let AHS: Coven Cast A Spell on You - in GIFs

American Horror Story: Coven is filled to the brim with reasons to watch: sex, voodoo and plenty of girl power. Here are 13 compelling reasons in .gif form that will convince you to join the coven.

'AHS: Coven' Recap Ep. 3.1—Bewitched, Brutal, and Bewildered

Coven's premiere episode is positively terrifying.

SheWired's Favorite Tweets of the Day: Fortune Feimster, Chelsea Handler, Julie Benz

Be they posted by celesbians themselves or various other newsmakers of the day, here is a round up of today's Twitter posts that you simply cannot miss, each in 140-characters or less: Here's Chelsea Handler and Fortune Feimster on Chuy in his underwear, Emma Roberts, Julie Benz does not advise giving up coffee, Ellen DeGeneres on the burglar cat, Alyssa Milano, LeAnn Rimes, Peter Griffin and Peter Facinelli.

Sundance: What To See...Gay or Otherwise...

This was the year Sundance went back to being a solid film festival and more than a spot to schmooze and load up on gift bags. From Gay and Lesbian themed films to quirky features, Sundance had something for all movie lovers.