‘American Horror Story: Roanoke’ exclusive: 11 performers on Golden Globes ballot include Lady Gaga, Sarah Paulson …

In a twist worthy of “American Horror Story: Roanoke” itself, the popular sixth installment of TV’s long-running horror franchise won’t be submitting any lead performers on this year’s Golden Globes ballot. Instead, FX has deemed everyone on equal footing and has submitted the entire cast in the two supporting races: five women as Best TV Supporting Actress and six men as Best TV Supporting Actor. Scroll down to see all 11 performers from “AHS: Roanoke” that will be on the Golden Globes ballot.

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Best TV Supporting Actress submissions on Golden Globes ballot:

Angela Bassett as actress Monet Tumusiime who plays Lee Harris

Kathy Bates as actress Agnes Mary Winstead who plays The Butcher

Lady Gaga as an actress who plays Scathach

Sarah Paulson as actress Audrey Tindall who plays Shelby Miller

Lily Rabe as the real Shelby Miller

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Best TV Supporting Actor submissions on Golden Globes ballot:

Wes Bentley as an actor who plays Ambrose White

Cuba Gooding Jr. as actor Dominic Banks who plays Matt Miller

Andre Holland as the real Matt Miller

Cheyenne Jackson as producer Sidney Aaron James

Denis O’Hare as an actor who plays Dr. Elias Cunningham

Evan Peters as actor Rory Monahan who plays Edward Philippe Mott

‘American Horror Story: Roanoke’ fans praise plot twists, Kathy Bates’ acting, Angela Bassett’s directing

While the “AHS” franchise has won 15 Emmy Awards so far, it’s only taken home a pair Golden Globes: Jessica Lange for “AHS: Murder House” and Lady Gaga for “AHS: Hotel.” Which star from “American Horror Story 6” is the likeliest to follow in their Globe-winning footsteps this year? Be sure to sound off in the comments section below.

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