Read More: ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’: Wilmer Valderrama Breaks Down Season 3’s Biggest, Bloodiest Twist in Exclusive Video Gabriel Sherman’s book “The Loudest Voice in the Room” is being adapted for the series in addition to his reporting for New York Magazine.Gretchen Carlson, a former anchor on Fox News, filed a sexual-harassment lawsuit against Ailes this July in which she alleged that she was fired from her post for rejecting his advances. Wilmer: Demi and I have been – Perez: There's photos of you making out in public. Wilmer: [Watch above.] Perez: I have to ask the real questions though Wilmer. You know get into the relationship for the right reason because it's a great support system, because it's a great compliment to your life, because it's someone that actually fulfills you and makes you happy. Wilmer: [Watch above.] Perez: You were on Laura Prepon's show recently, your former "70's show" costar. (Clip) Perez: You recently were dating Demi Lovato. Wilmer: Yeah, I mean – Perez: Because a lot of people have no desire to be friends with people they've dated in the past. And if you build a true foundation, a true friendship, that never really goes away. I mean, it's for all the young people out there getting into relationships. The vampire and Cartel boss was last seen at the end of Season 2 getting chopped up by the Gecko brothers, Santanico (Eiza González) and Scott (Brandon Soo Hoo) as a way to keep him from being a threat for the time being.
Should you have information that conflicts with anything shown please make us aware by email. And watch part 2 of our interview with Wilmer in full (above)! Perez: What does a 19 year old have to do dating a 31 year old? Wilmer: [Watch above.] Perez: Well you were really there for her too. Wilmer: Yeah, and we were really just best friends. I mean, we've been – Perez: Even after that whole Howard Stern incident. Perez: And who you are is someone who can be friends with their ex girlfriends. If you loved once, and if you cared once, you never really stop. Perez: That whole cast really, it's been, it was an amazing cast. I think that, I think that Tom Warner made a really, Tom Warner, and Marcy Carson, Bonnie and Terry Turner are the creators and the producer of the "70's Show". Perez: And it could be like that Prince Royce/Romeo Santos lane. I think you should be like – Wilmer: No, no, that's too easy. Wilmer: And you know what, I'm a – Perez: I'm the idea man. And when it comes to the music, I'm talking to some amazing people like — you know ran a bunch of stuff by, you know by Enrique, and by Ricky Martin, and everybody. And then we're saying again, they're also really important to me too. But I was very proud to be there for her when she needed me, and she was there for me a number of times too. Wilmer: Yeah, Mandy and I are also super close friends. Wilmer: "Cybil", "3rd Rock from the Sun" and all that. I also wanted to do some stuff that I could do serious, and so I could tell some (inaudible). You should be starting off doing Spanish language stuff – Wilmer: I agreed. Perez: — I don't think you should be trying to do dance or urban stuff. Wilmer: But I'm thinking that, that's a, that's something I really want to embrace. I mean, and for me that's the exclusive I can give you guys here is that. Wilmer: Is that – Perez: Be on the lookout everybody!! And you'll definitely probably see here it on Perez first. And I'm so proud of her considering all of the different obstacles and everything she's been through. Like I obviously — like she said, it's going to be a struggle every day. Wilmer: [Watch above.] Perez: I saved the best for last, right? Perez: At your birthday party, there was one of your ex girlfriends there Mandy Moore. And I going to probably release a few more songs as Eduardo Fresco, I have some in the pan that are really fun, and funny. Perez: And he's loving and it's like – Wilmer: Yeah, you hit it on the head, on the nail. Wilmer: And, "Number one, realize you have time for everything." Perez: So last question. Is there anything that you haven't done yet that you want to do? Perez: So it's getting more in the comedy vein though? Wilmer: I said I was, I was, as I was embracing Eduardo Fresco and this character who has a music video out and all that.