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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 10.16.15

Former NBA star and estranged husband of Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom remains in a coma on life support in a Las Vegas Hospital. His children, Destiny and Lamar Jr released a statement to CNN:   “Thanks for your outpouring of prayers and support for our dad. We are here with our family and friends. We appreciate everyone respecting our privacy at this time. We ask for your continued prayers.”

Meanwhile, Odom’s estranged sister in law Kim Kardashian West has put her upcoming baby shower on hold while her family rallies around Odom……and that’s apparently newsworthy, so, there you go. #Selfless

Tom Brady does NOT like junk food! The Patriots quarterback joined a local radio station and decided to rant against junk food, attacking beloved Frosted Flakes and Coca Cola. Brady basically said we are brainwashed to like the cereal and soda and they’re not food and essentially poison for kids.

Since the release of Bad Blood, rumors have swirled that the song is about former Taylor Swift bestie, Katy Perry. Swift says she doesn’t mind if people think it’s about Perry, as long as they don’t think it’s about what she calls the “easiest target,” her love life. She also added “The fact that I’ve never confirmed who those songs are about makes me feel like there is still one card I’m holding.” Soooo, basically, she’s not confirming, but she’s not denying… so sneaky.

Kate Hudson and Nick Jonas are continuing their flirty friendship as both were spotted at a NYC night club. They arrived separately, but many still believe there’s a romance brewing, it’s just very low key. Neither of the stars have addressed the rumors and when Nick’s brother Joe was asked about his brother’s romantic status, he said he wouldn’t even know to be honest.

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