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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 12.7.16

The Grammy nominations came out yesterday and while Beyonce, Adele and Drake dominated, there were some surprises that came along with the nominations as well-

David Bowie didn’t receive as many nods as expected; Blackstar was shut out of major awards consideration, instead appearing in genre-focused categories like Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song and Best Alternative Music Album (as well as some of the technical awards).

Kanye West didn’t receive any major love for his album Life of Pablo, but he did clean up in rap specific categories.

Former 1 Directioner, Zayn Malik didn’t receive any nominations for his hit Pillowtalk; He wasn’t allowed into the Best New Artist category because of his time in 1D, but his single was a big hit and a lot of people thought it had a shot.

And if you’re freaking out about Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars and Lady Gaga not being nominated, don’t.  They’re albums all came out after the September 30th cutoff date… just like Adele last year.

Kanye West’s recent erratic behavior has apparently caused a strain on his marriage to Kim Kardashian. The pair have had a stressful few months with Kim’s robbery and Kanye’s hospitalization and it’s definitely taking it’s toll, but Kim is happy that Kanye is now getting the help he needs.

Expectant Mom, P!nk posted a photo to Instagram yesterday of herself sitting on the floor in front of her microwave, drinking a cup of decaf coffee, with the caption “When microwaving your decaf coffee becomes an excuse to sit on the floor and rest for a while….”  Seems harmless enough, right? Enter the Mommy shamers, people immediately began commenting and shaming the singer for 1) drinking any sort of coffee, 2) microwaving the milk? And 3) for the location of her microwave. Sigh… the life of a celebrity….

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