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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 11.3.15

Republican Presidential nominee, Carly Fiorina will appear on the View this Friday after hosts, Joy Behar and Michelle Collins said her face “looked demented” and like “a Halloween mask” when she smiled. Fiorina responded to the comments by saying “It will not stop me. It will not scare me. Maybe the ladies of The View, if I come back on again, let’s see if they have the guts to say that to my face.” I guess they will have the chance on Friday.

It’s common knowledge that celebrities can make outrageous requests when they make appearances or tour around the world. Two of the most well-known celebrities, Kanye West and Jay-Z are no different.

Here are a few of those crazy demands:

Jay-Z: Rooms must be 71 degrees.

No vacuuming is allowed near his room.

Staff should not ask for free concert tickets if they want to “avoid embarrassment.”

If his 3 year old Blue Ivy is with him, Blue Ivy, 3. His entire suite must be childproofed, including covering sharp edges, keeping electrical outlets covered, and removing all breakable objects. And she must have organic, whole milk.

Kanye: Vases in the room need to be cylindrical.

The room must have a Genelecs 1031a speaker (which was discontinued a decade ago).
All floss must be minty.

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is only a few weeks away and there are a ton of celebrities making an appearance at the 89th annual parade. Mariah Carey will headline the day’s event, with appearances by Train, Jordin Sparks, Andy Grammar and Rachel Platten along with 50 other people.

Nick Carter pretty much had the best night ever last night on Dancing with the Stars as he and his partner received a perfect score and immunity from elimination. On top of that, the former Backstreet boy officially announced his wife’s pregnancy last night on Dancing with the Stars and then the couple learned they were expecting a boy backstage on LIVE TV when they opened a big box filled with blue balloons. Congrats to them!


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