Paris Jackson gets steamy with co-star Sierra McCormick in new spin-off American Horror Stories

PARIS Jackson gets steamy with her co-star Sierra McCormick in the new horror spin-off American Horror Stories.

It was revealed back in April how Michael Jackson's 23-year-old will star in the hugely popular anthology series on FX.

In the sexy scenes, Paris can be seen romping with Sierra as the pair enjoy a kiss.

Things get very heated between the two woman as they share a smooch.

The scenes are from the first episode of the new American Horror Stories series.

In the show, Sierra's character Scarlett becomes obsessed with her pretty but mean classmate Maya, played by Paris. 

Production on the tenth series of AHS began in April, after previously being halted because of the pandemic.

Paris joins a stellar cast including Sarah Paulson, Macaulay Culkin and Cindy Crawford's daughter, Kaia Gerber. 

Macaulay is Paris Jackson's godfather, after he met her father Michael Jackson backstage of 'The Nutcracker' in 1990, and formed a strong friendship.

The child actor and Home Alone star said on WTF Podcast: "I’m going to warn you now, I am very protective of her (Paris) so just look out.

“I am a very open book when it comes to things but like with her, she is beloved by me."

The child actor would hang out at the pop singers Neverland Ranch and has defended his name in court several times.

Show creator Ryan Murphy has revealed that the AHS plot will be split across two mini-seasons.

In March, he released a cryptic video on social media saying that the new series will be titled American Horror Story: Double Feature.

Murphy also told fans it will include "one story by the sea, and one by the sand."

Paris has a busy year lined up as according to IMDB, she is acting in The Space Between, a film about an older rock musician losing his sanity.

In 2021, she is also playing Jesus in the movie Habit, about a party girl disguised as a nun.

Previously, she has acted in Gringo in 2018 and Scream: The TV Series in 2019.

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