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Brad Falchuk: Gwyneth Paltrow’s awesome

Published 05/10/2015

Brad Falchuk
Brad Falchuk

Gwyneth Paltrow’s rumoured new beau thinks it’s best for them to keep their personal and professional lives separate.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk thinks rumoured girlfriend Gwyneth Paltrow is "awesome".

The Oscar winning actress appeared to confirm their romance when she attended the premiere of his new series Scream Queens last week (ends02Oct15). Brad, 44, shared a picture of them together on Instagram and called her his “date” in the caption. On Saturday night (03Oct15) he told People magazine that everything was “very great” between them.

“She's awesome,” he smiled. “That's what everybody loves about her.”

Brad co-created Scream Queens alongside Ryan Murphy. The pair also worked together on Glee and forthcoming show American Horror Story: Hotel.

While Gwyneth, 43, guest-starred on Glee, Brad doesn’t think she will make an appearance on AHS: Hotel.

“I think I like to keep things separate," he laughed.

The FX horror anthology is back for its fifth season with returning actors including Evan Peters, Kathy Bates and Emma Roberts. Naomi Campbell and Lady Gaga are new additions to the cast and Brad added to the outlet that the Bad Romance singer is bringing her A-game to her first major acting role.

“Threesomes are amateur hour compared to what's going on here," he said of the show's graphic sex scenes. "It's Lady Gaga. How could you not have it be incredibly sexy with her?"

Many members of the cast attended the launch of the series in Los Angeles on Saturday night.

Kick-Ass actor Evan, 28, also opened up about his love life while chatting to the outlet at the event. The star was engaged to co-star Emma Roberts until they called it off in June (15).

The couple were spotted last month (Sept15) holding hands and Evan showed his support to Emma by attending the premiere of Scream Queens days later.

“She is really great,” he smiled. “I just love her.”

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