American Horror Story Guest Star of the Day

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Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine is set to make his acting debut on FX's hit series, American Horror Story.

"It is the truth," Levine told Ryan Seacrest. "I mean, it's pretty much happening. I think it's happening. I don't know how much I can divulge, because [series co-creator] Ryan [Murphy] is very under wraps."

He will appear in Season 2 of the show as one half of a couple known as "the Lovers." It is not yet known who will play opposite Levine.

"It's going to be fun. And I told [Ryan] I really didn't know what I was doing, but he didn't seem to really care," said the singer. "So I'm just going to go and try to [do] acting. I think I'm going to be kind of playing myself, so hopefully it will be easy."

Levine, who is also a coach on NBC's The Voice, might be trying to throw himself into his work. It was recently revealed that he and his girlfriend, model Anne Vyalitsyna, had called it quits.

[MTV]

Parting Ways of the Day

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Parting Ways of the Day
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Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and his model girlfriend, Anne Vyalitsyna, have called it quits after two years together.

"Adam and I have decided to separate in an amicable and supportive manner," said Vyalitsyna in a statement to People. "We still love and respect each other as friends. I wish him all the best."

She met The Voice coach in early 2010 during a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue release party. The twosome recently appeared on Howard Stern's radio show together.

[People]

Carson Daly Follow Up of the Day

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Carson Daly Follow Up of the Day
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Carson Daly recently caught considerable heat for his anti-gay comments, and now the mother of Mark Bingham, a 9/11 flight 93 hero who happened to be gay, is speaking out about Daly's careless remarks.

Alice Hoagland wrote a letter that reminded The Voice host that while her son was homosexual, he was also known as a tough rugby player who charged the terrorists aboard Flight 93.

"No one among his pick-up team of fellow passengers was asking 'Are you straight? Are you gay?'" wrote Hoagland of the moment he tried to take back control of the aircraft.

"The world has its share of strong, heroic gay men," she added. "Gay men in sports uniforms and military uniforms have been winning America's games and fighting America's battles for a long time: quietly, humbly, and in the face of vicious bigotry."

Bingham's mother concluded by saying that she hoped they would have an opportunity to speak sometime, and that she prefers "to believe you didn't mean to offend."

Yesterday during his radio show, Daly spoke of the recent "medical incident" involving a JetBlue pilot and mockingly suggested that homosexuals would not have been able to subdue the dangerous pilot.

He has since tweeted an apology, and released another statement through GLAAD.

[TMZ]