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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 11.2.15

Heidi Klum hosted her annual Halloween party over the weekend and as usual, celebrities flocked to the event fully decked out in costume. Some of the best from the night included mode Gigi Hadid as Sandy from Grease. Jennifer Lopez and her boyfriend Casper Smart were very glamorous skeletons. But, the night’s top honors go to Klum herself, who came as Jessica Rabbit, complete with prosthetics. She underwent hours of makeup for the transformation and looks completely unrecognizable. I posted the picture on our Facebook and Twitter pages, so you can see it for yourself.

The final installment of the Real Housewives of Orange County reunion aired last night and there were some shocking revelations, namely that Vicki Gunvalson doesn’t believe her ex- boyfriend, Brooks Ayers has cancer. The storyline was a major one throughout the season with the other women questioning Brooks’ claims of being ill, while Vicki defended him. She now says, her “gut” tells her he is faking his cancer diagnosis.

Another day, another lawsuit for Taylor Swift= the singer is now facing a $42 Million lawsuit over the lyrics to her hit “Shake it Off.” R & B singer Jesse Graham has filed the lawsuit, saying he wrote a song in 2013 called “haters gone Hate,” and he has copyright of the phrases “haters gone hate” and “playas gone play.” He fully believes that Swif stole his lyrics and without his song, there would be no “Shake it off.” In addition to the $42 Million he is also seeking a writing credit on the track.

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are reigniting romance rumors after being spotted at a couple Halloween parties together over the weekend. Two duo hit up George Clooney’s party separately, then met up later at Jared Leto’s party. It was there that they were spotted leaving the house, holding hands. They then got into a hired car together and left.


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