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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 2.23.16

Johnny Depp was on stage at the 21st annual Beauty Awards in Hollywood on Sunday and recalled how he was once voted best and worst dressed by the same magazine, who believed he looked like a “vagabond.” Depp told the audience, “When I meet people they say, ‘You do look like a hobo, but you smell really good.’ And goddamn it, I smell really good!”

Kanye West claimed to be “50% more influential than any other human being dead or alive,” while ranting backstage at SNL, and in a shocking new discovery; it appears he was wrong. According to a Forbes report based off Nielsen Talent Analytics, Taylor Swift is, in fact, more influential than Kanye. It gets worse for Mr. West, who is apparently, also less influential than Oprah, Steven Spielberg and Serena Williams.

It’s a day that has been marked in my calendar since Christmas, Chrissy Teigen’s cookbook, Cravings comes out today, jam packed with 94 recipes that sounds terrible for you, but will taste awesome. Teigen has long posted photos of her cooking to her Instagram and blog, also called Cravings. E! News added up the calories if you ate straight out of her book for a week and I will just say, I don’t recommend that…it’s something like 15,000 calories and 700 grams of fat…..

Good news if you have the Waze app, you can now have one of the most iconic voices in Hollywood guiding you through traffic and directing you to your destination as Morgan Freeman has lent his voice to the traffic app. Freeman’s voice is one of the most requested by Waze users and coincides with his upcoming film London Has Fallen.

Rihanna’s latest single, Work has reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it her 14th hit to top the charts. The 14 number 1’s lifts her past Michael Jackson for the 3rd most Number 1’s of all-time. Only Mariah Carey and The Beatles have more number one hits.


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