During a recent group interview to promote the DVD and Blu-ray releases of "American Horror Story: Coven," Grossman said that she was very excited when she heard that the 37-year-old "White Collar" actor was having an appearance on the current installment of the FX anthology series subtitled "American Horror Story." But she had her own idea about where Bomer's story should have gone, according to Popsugar.
"Well, when I heard that Matt Bomer was going to be with us, he's like the hottest guy. And, of course, it's just so cruel that I would look like the ugliest person on television. I never actually worked with him, so I missed him," she said of the Hollywood heartthrob. "We need a Matt and Pepper sex scene."
Series co-creator Ryan Murphy revealed in August that Bomer will appear on one episode of "Freak Show."
Murphy was excited to reunite once again with the actor, who he has worked with in the TV movie adaptation of Larry Kramer's "The Normal Heart," as well as in "Glee," in which he played as Blaine's (Darren Criss) older brother.
"I try to get him to do everything for me," Murphy told Entertainment Weekly at the time. "I sent him a text that said, 'First right of refusal, here's the role.' It's very...warped."
Earlier this month, Murphy revealed that Bomer will appear in the fifth episode of the current installment.
"I love Matt Bomer and I'm very close with him in real life," Murphy told a few reporters in an intimate interview according to E! News. "Episode five, we wrote this very strange, odd episode where something really horrible happens. We've never done this before but there's a seven page scene between Michael Chiklis (Dell Toledo)and Matt, and I texted Matt and I told him 'I'm writing this character and said you have first right of refusal. It's really fucked up. 'And he wrote back 30 seconds later, 'I'm in.'"
Murphy continued: "It's maybe one of the most disturbing things we've done. Matt was game. He likes to do the opposite of what he has done. It's a true horror scene. He'd never played anyone like this before. And I know he really enjoyed being on the set with those actors. He said it was demented Tennessee Williams. I would love if he would consider coming on and being a regular on the show, just because I think he's so talented."
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