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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 12.1.15

Jessica Simpson is expanding her clothing line, with a line of workout wear and, she’s modeling them, of course….annnnnnd, she looks amazing! Aside from that, the clothes are cute and retail from $29-$49, so they’re totally affordable. I posted a photo and link to the workout wear, which is available at Macy’s on our Twitter and Facebook.

Jared Leto is apparently a pretty awesome neighbor. The actor threw a raging party on Halloween and irritated some of his neighbors with all the noise, but don’t worry, he made it up to them. Leto sent autographed pies to his neighbors over the Thanksgiving weekend; he purchased pies and included hand written notes with them wishing his neighbors a Happy Thanksgiving. It seems like the neighborhood has forgiven him for his wild ways.

P!nk is a mom, wife and pop star and now she’s taking on a new role; as a UNICEF ambassador. The star did work in Haiti over the summer and it was that work, that really opened up her eyes to UNICEF and the good they do. She joined Robin Roberts on Good Morning America and talked about her daughter Willow being an inspiration in her new role.

Harrison Ford joined Good Morning America today and aside from all the Star Wars Talk, he was asked about the potential for another installment to the Indiana Jones franchise and while there isn’t anything in the works, Ford did say he would “Love to do another Indiana Jones,” and if he got a script he’d do it.

It looks like Carrie Underwood is going to have some company on New Year’s Eve. The country superstar had previously been announced as the headliner for Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin Eve with host Ryan Seacrest and now Luke Bryan, Demi Lovato, Charlie Puth and Wiz Khalifa have been added to the lineup. No word on if Megan Trainor will join Charlie Puth for a New Year’s makeout session.

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