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Jessica Lange leaving 'American Horror Story'

Jessica Lange speaks onstage during the "American Horror

Jessica Lange speaks onstage during the "American Horror Story: Coven" panel discussion at the FX portion of the 2013 Summer Television Critics Association tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on Aug. 2, 2013. Credit: Getty Images

LOS ANGELES - Jessica Lange is passing up a "Hotel" stay.

The Emmy-winning star of the first four seasons of "American Horror Story" announced Sunday she would not be returning for the fifth in the FX anthology series, which will be subtitled "Hotel."

Committing to each season "is a huge investment," Lange said on the arrivals line of the PaleyFest tribute to the fourth "Horror Story" entry, "Freak Show."

Continued Lange, "I've done four great characters. It's enough."

The "Hotel" cast will include Lady Gaga, who announced her participation in late February.

Actors Matt Bomer ("The Normal Heart") and Cheyenne Jackson ("Glee") will also join the "Hotel" cast.

"American Horror Story: Hotel" is set to premiere in October.

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