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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 11.2.16

Poor Lindsay Lohan, she’s really been through a lot lately.  She went through a very public breakup, with rumors of abuse.  She nearly cut off her finger in a boating accident and there’s been rumors of a romance with her business partner and now, she has somehow developed a strange accent…… She took to Twitter to address it saying “What should I call my new accent? I’m thinking #LiLohan..

Congrats go out to U2 frontman, Bono, who was named the first Man of the Year among Glamour’s annual Women of the Year list and will be honored at a Nov. 14 ceremony in Los Angeles.

Michael Douglas spoke out about his pal Val Kilmer’s health earlier this week, saying that Kilmer was battling cancer.  Kilmer has now responded to Douglas’ claims saying he is misinformed.  Kilmer says he last spoke to Douglas almost 2 years ago to get a referral for a medical specialist to examine a lump in his throat, but that’s it. He says he ended up with a diagnosis that did NOT include cancer.  Kilmer has been out of the spotlight for several years now, with many speculating about potential health issues.

Brad Pitt fans were up in arms after Justin Theroux, aka the husband of Brad’s ex-wife, Jen Aniston posted an Instagram photo that included a Brad Pitt diss in the background.  It was some graffiti art with some anti-Pitt sentiment that led Pitt fans to freak out about the blatantly obvious diss.  Theroux assured people the photo was merely a statement on this year’s political landscape and had nothing to do with Brad by saying “And NO this post is NOT ‘shading’ anyone because I’m not 11-years-old.  I mean, seriously.”

It seems that things are pretty serious for Prince Harry and his girlfriend of two months, American actress, Meghan Markle.  In fact, he has reportedly already introduced her to his father, Prince Charles and many insiders predict an engagement may not be far off.




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