Matt Bomer

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American Horror Story: Freak Show just got hotter.

Matt Bomer of White Collar and Magic Mike fame will appear as a guest star on the fourth installment of Ryan Murphy's hit FX mini-series, Entertainment Weekly reported on Sunday.

Details about his character, who the outlet said will appear on one episode, were not provided. FX and parent company FOX has not confirmed the report.

The show's creator had directed the 36-year-old hottie in the 2013 HBO movie The Normal Heart, which earned Bomer his first Emmy nomination.

Entertainment Weekly quoted Murphy as saying at a recent pre-Emmys party that he had to work around the schedule of the actor, who will appear in Magic Mike XXL, in order to be able to have him appear on American Horror Story: Freak Show.

American Horror Story: Freak Show is set to premiere on Oct. 8 and will be set at a carnival.

Bomer will join fellow guest star Patti LaBelle as well as returning cast members such as Jessica Lange and Sarah Paulson, whose character will bring on double the trouble this season.

A creepy teaser were released earlier this week. A new one was posted online on Friday. Watch it below ... if you dare!

The American Horror Story franchise has won six Emmys since its 2011 debut. The third season, titled American Horror Story: Coven, earned six Emmy nominations for this year's ceremony, including one for best mini-series and individual nods for Lange and Paulson.

Bomer is nominated for an Emmy Award for his role as Felix Turner in The Normal Heart.

The 2014 Emmy Awards will air live on NBC on Monday at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. Check out a full list of Emmy nominations.

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