One of the supporting actors on FX's American Horror Story: Coven is slated to return for the upcoming sixth season of the series.

Leslie Jordan, who played Quentin Fleming in Coven, will be appearing in the yet-to-be-titled sixth season of American Horror Story. The actor, previously known for his scene-stealing role on Will & Grace, revealed this in a new interview.

"On July 7, I go back to American Horror Story with Lady Gaga, isn't that fun?" Jordan confirmed in an interview with the Washington Blade. "I did one season on Coven. They offered me another season but I got offered a reality show in London and I needed the money. Let me tell you, those reality shows pay a lot of money. So I turned down Freak Show, biggest mistake of my life. I didn't think Mr. (Ryan) Murphy would want me again because I turned him down, but he did."

Meanwhile, fans are speculating that the season 6 theme will be revealed very soon. The cast and producers of American Horror Story are doing an event for the Television Academy on June 13, and fans are guessing that the concept finally be announced then.

Adding fuel to the fire is Michael Goi, the show's cinematographer and sometimes director. Goi tweeted about the event, writing what sounds like a confirmation of a possible season 6 announcement:

Those attending the Television Academy event include AHS: Hotel stars Gaga, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Evan Peters, Denis O'Hare, Matt Bomer, Wes Bentley, Finn Wittrock and Cheyenne Jackson and executive producers Murphy and Tim Minear. The event includes a screening of an episode of American Horror Story: Hotel and a panel discussion with the cast and producers.

American Horror Story season 6 will premiere this fall on FX.