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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 10.14.15

Khloe Kardashian’s ex-husband and former NBA star, Lamar Odom was admitted to a Las Vegas hospital yesterday after being found unconscious in an area brothel. TMZ is reporting that Odom is breathing with the help of machines and in critical condition. Khloe rushed to his bedside last night along with other members of her family. Although the two are divorced, Khloe recently revealed she still speaks with Lamar and will always care for him.

UPDATE: Several sources are reporting that Odom’s condition remains the same, while some celebrities have tweeted out RIP LO. While we realize Twitter isn’t always the most reliable, it seems to emphasize the seriousness of Odom’s health.

Hayden Panetierre has voluntarily checked herself into a treatment facility to help in her ongoing struggle with postpartum depression. The star has been very vocal about her battle since having daughter Kaya last December. Panetierre’s character Juliette Barnes on the hit show Nashville is also battling severe postpartum depression.

Halloween is just around the corner and of course, the world wants to know…. What late night host, Jimmy Kimmel and his staff will dress up as. Last year, Kimmel was Mr. Potato Head with his crew dressed as childhood toys. This year, the host will take on Star Wars, with everyone dressing up as a Star Wars character. One of the night’s guests will, of course be, Han Solo himself, Harrison Ford.

Fans of the Bridget Jones movies have been eagerly awaiting a third installment, but have feared that number 3 won’t include Collin Firth, aka, Mr. Darcy. According to the book the movies were based on, Mr. Darcy is killed off, however, sources close to the Jones trilogy, which is currently filming in London, say that the 3rd film is based on earlier columns written by the author and not on the beloved novel. Collin Firth has been on set, along with a pregnant Bridget Jones, played by Renee Zellwegger.

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