Does Lady Gaga own any normal clothes?
—Elliott S., via Facebook
She does own a few pairs of pants. Not pants with animal tails on them, or pants made of proto-jerky, or pants that hatch from an egg. I'm talking a pair of black, skinny jeans. Someone saw her in them once. She also—really—appeared to wear a white T-shirt on that same occasion, as well as a humanoid baby. You're welcome.
Got any more questions for E! this week? But of course you do. Let's get to a few more of the queries you're sending via Facebook and Twitter...
Is there any film that is really standing out as something to watch out for from this year's Toronto International Film Festival?
—Billy Z, via Facebook
Well, in terms of controversy, you've got The Master (which is not based on Scientology, OK?); Arbitrage, a flick that's already garnering Oscar buzz for Richard Gere; and The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Why Perks? It's Emma Watson's first major role since a certain wizardly franchise sunsetted.
Hey Leslie, so you met Gail O'Grady at a yard sale? How did she look? She used to be a bombshell back in the day.
—Mark Z., via Facebook
So you've been listening to my podcasts, eh? You have excellent taste. I didn't really meet her at a yard sale. I sold her a computer bag for her son for $5 at my yard sale. And she looked darned good, from what I could see; she was wearing a hat and sunglasses.
Andy Serkis vs. Doug Jones: Who is the best creature actor of our time?
—Velvet Elvis, Austin, via Twitter
I like this imaginary fight--sort of the centaur/minotaur smackdown of the fantasy film genre. Doug Jones, also known as the faun from Pan's Labyrinth, has 10—10—films currently in pre-, current or post-production. He was Pencilhead in Mystery Men, Abe Sapien in the Hellboy series, as well as one of the Gentlemen in the iconic Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode "Hush." Serkis, of course, was King Kong, Gollum and the smartest monkey in the room in Rise of the Planet of the Apes. I'm partial to Jones, myself, but I can see this contest going either way.
Is upcoming Breaking Dawn Part 2 the absolute last we'll see of the Twilight movie franchise? I'm planning my celebration event.
—Mutable Mind, via Twitter
Might want to put a hold on that champagne order. And whatever you do, don't read this.