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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 3.14.16

Justin Bieber kicked off his North American tour last week at Key Arena and he gave Seattle fans a gift with a Purpose…..the $40 concert tees were a hot item, all because of one pretty significant typo… a quote on the back; purpose, you know, the name of his whole tour/album, was spelled P-U-R-O-S-E.  Fans can switch the purose shirts out for Purpose shirts, but where would be the fun in that!?!?!

The big news in the world of celebrity engagements happens to involve our own Russell Wilson and his now fiancée, Ciara who got engaged over the weekend in some tropical paradise.  The couple posted a video to Instagram showing off Ciara’s iceberg.

The Obama girls got to meet actor Ryan Reynolds over the weekend and the picture worth a thousand words shows Sasha Obama chatting with the Dead Pool star, while Malia is in the background giving her a thumbs up……priceless.  See it HERE.

Don’t worry everybody, Richard Simmons says he is fine!  Reports came out over the weekend saying Simmons was being held hostage in his own home.  Simmons has been totally out of the spotlight for the past two  years or so……or since 1993…… He spoke with the TODAY show this morning and said this- “No one is holding me in my house as a hostage. You know, I do what I want to do, as I’ve always done, so people should sort of just believe what I have to say because, like, I’m Richard Simmons!”  Which seems like something a person who is being held hostage might say……

Tonight is the night we have been waiting for for MONTHS! It’s Bachelor season finale night and I can already feel the drama building!  Ben will chose between Lauren and Jojo and, in the end, one lucky lady will get a ring on it, while the other will be sent home heartbroken and ringless.


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