11:12 PM EDT 09/19/2016
Originally posted 09/19/2016 05:30PM
The Emmy winner opted to have the real-life O.J. Simpson prosecutor (whom she played in The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story) sit beside her at the awards show, and she couldn't have been more proud.
After thanking Clark in her acceptance speech for the outstanding lead actress in a limited series or movie, Paulson told PEOPLE that she and Clark have become close.
"I wanted so much, if I won, to say what I said to her with as many eyeballs on me as possible," Paulson said after accepting her award. "Because I feel as a country, we owe a big collective apology for getting it wrong about Marcia Clark and putting her through so much ... trauma."
Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor Nearly 3,000 Miles Apart During Emmys, Still Give Us #RelationshipGoals
Originally posted 09/19/2016 02:40PM
Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor didn't attend the Emmys together – they weren't even on the same coast during the broadcast. But, somehow, they still managed to be the cutest couple of the evening.
Originally posted 09/18/2016 09:50PM
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The actress thanked Marcia Clark, her date to the awards show who she portrays on the show, and also gave her an apology.
Originally posted 09/18/2016 08:30PM
Sarah Paulson walked the red carpet at the 2016 Emmy Awards on Sunday with a very special guest.
Originally posted 09/15/2016 03:00PM
This season's subtitle, My Roanoke Nightmare, is connected to the lost colony of Roanoke, a 1500s British settlement whose inhabitants disappeared without explanation. More than 400 years after the fact, there's still no definitive answer as to what happened.
While Roanoke in the AHS world is still a bit of mystery, we aren't completely in the dark about its apparently real-life inspiration. Here's what we know about America's "lost colony."
Originally posted 08/23/2016 07:50PM
Sarah Paulson is in the running to win two Emmys at this year's annual awards – and she isn't dishing on the lucky individual who will be walking the red carpet with her.
The 41-year-old The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story actress, who is in contention for the lead actress in a limited series or movie Emmy for her role as Marcia Clark, won't be taking girlfriend Holland Taylor to the Sept. 18 awards.
"That person is not my date!" Paulson, who is also nominated for a supporting actress Emmy for her role in American Horror Story, revealed to Entertainment Tonight about having 73-year-old Taylor as her date.
Originally posted 08/23/2016 02:55PM
The Emmy-nominated actress will join the producer's latest series, Feud, as Geraldine Page, Murphy announced on Twitter Tuesday.
"Excited to announce Sarah Paulson will be playing legendary Oscar-winner Geraldine Page in FEUD," he wrote.
Sarah Paulson: Watching Myself as Marcia Clark in The People v. O.J. Simpson 'Literally Made Me Ill'
Originally posted 08/09/2016 11:10PM
Sarah Paulson is nominated for a lead actress Emmy for her portrayal as Marcia Clark in the limited series The People v. O.J. Simpson – but she hasn't watched herself in the role.
Originally posted 05/04/2016 03:15PM
Sarah Paulson generally remains reserved when it comes to her views on sexuality, but the actress recently decided to share a few choice (and four-letter) words on the subject.
The American Crime Story star opens up about in the new issue of NO TOFU magazine about her love life, which has received a lot of attention since it was revealed she's currently in a relationship with actress Holland Taylor.
"I believe that everyone should be allowed to speak their truth and just say what they want to say and show the world who they are," says Paulson, 41 . "You should be able to love whomever you f----- well please."
Sarah Paulson Reveals What Fans Should Expect From the Finale of The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story
Originally posted 04/05/2016 05:45PM
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