Mrs. Carter: Emma Roberts and Evan Peters are reportedly taking their relationship to the next level.
These two were an item prior to the start of their filming of “American Horror Story: Coven,” but now the news coming out that their relationship is supposedly moving to the next level and that includes a certain ring if you know what we mean. According to a new report from “Extra,” the two parties are now on their way to getting married! The two reportedly became engaged in New York City over the course of the holiday season, and she was more recently spotted in New Orleans sporting quite the impressive ring while simultaneously breaking the hearts of women everywhere who have been fantasizing about Evan Peters ever since “American Horror Story” first came out years ago.
This is obviously great news for the couple, but you also have to wonder as to the convenience of the announcement’s timing. The remainder of “American Horror Story: Coven” this season is going to air on FX starting on Wednesday night, and then it will run the rest of the way from there. Peters is a regular on the show, which has been on for three years now with three separate stories. There is already a season 4 confirmed, and you have to believe that he will be a part of it (otherwise expect a fan revolt). However, the future of Roberts is a little more unclear. She was only a part of the show for the first time this year, and her return may just boil down to whether or not Ryan Murphy writes a character that she is capable of pulling off effectively. This time around, she is taking on the part of an undead actress named Madison. Peters, meanwhile, has been undead almost the entire season as well as Kyle, who Zoe and Madison brought to life using body parts of other various other boys.
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