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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 1.11.16

Music fans around the world are mourning the loss of icon, David Bowie, who died at the age of 69 after an 18 month battle with cancer. Many people took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the passing of a legend

Q 13’s Bill Wixey- David Bowie was so much larger than life, an immortal artist & visionary, I never considered he’d suffer the fate of a normal human being.

Pharell- David Bowie was a true innovator, a true creative. May he rest in peace

Madonna- Im Devastated! This great Artist changed my life! First concert i ever saw in Detroit! R.IP.

Russell Crowe- RIP David . I loved your music. I loved you. One of the greatest performance artists to have ever lived.

Anderson Cooper- Find it hard to believe David Bowie has died. What an incredible life

Golden Globe host, Ricky Gervais- I just lost a hero. RIP David Bowie.

Kanye West- David Bowie was one of my most important inspirations, so fearless, so creative, he gave us magic for a lifetime.

The Golden Globes were last night and the red carpet seemed like the perfect venue for model Rosie Huntington-Whitely to show off her sparkling new engagement ring from fiancé, Jason Statham.

Some of the best dressed included winners, Jennifer Lawrence and Brie Larson, Laverne Cox and Lily James.

Sylvester Stallone accepted the award for best supporting actor for his role in Creed and had some very special people to thank……..namely his “imaginary friend, Rocky Balboa.”

The show started off with Jonah Hill coming on stage dressed as the bear from the Revenant.

One of the funniest moments of the night was unplanned and came when Lady Gaga bumped into Leonardo DiCaprio. The look on his face has now taken the internet by storm.

Justin Bieber has apparently caused quite a stir in Tulum, Mexico. The pop star was asked to leave the Mayan ruins in Tulum after he apparently tried to climb the ruins and was then asked to leave.


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