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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 3.23.16

Justin Bieber has cancelled all VIP meet & greets until further notice after a security incident caused them to re-evaluate the current setup.  Bieber took to social media to address the cancellation of the VIP experience saying “Want to make people smile and happy but not at my expense and I always leave feeling mentally and emotionally exhausted to the point of depression .. The pressure of meeting people’s expectations of what I’m supposed to be is so much for me to handle and a lot on my shoulders.”

Alex Rodriguez, the former Mariner and current New York Yankees star has dated Kate Hudson and Cameron Diaz and reportedly had an affair with Madonna, but now, it seems that A-Rod may be looking for a woman known more for her brains than her beauty.  The baseball star is reportedly dating Silicon Valley CEO Anne Wojciki; founder of the personal genomics analytics company 23andMe.

It seems that Sarah Palin has a new career in front of her…. Or should I say, Judge Palin?  The former Alaska Governor has a new show in the works, along the lines of Judge Judy.  While Palin is neither a judge nor a lawyer, her publicist says she has appointed judges before as Governor and that “she calls them like she sees them.”  Production on the project isn’t expected to begin for about a year and a half.

Joe Giudice, husband of Real Housewives of New Jersey star, Theresa will report to federal prison in New Jersey today to begin his 41 month sentence for bankruptcy fraud and tax evasion.  On top of that, Joe has been living in the US illegally since he was an infant and faces deportation back to Italy once his sentence is complete.

The newest season of the Bachelorette has already started filming in Los Angeles and apparently Jojo already has a front-runner, in the form of Jordan Rodgers, brother of Green Bay Packers quarterback, Aaron.  A show source reveals that the two are really hitting it off and Jordan has already received a few roses.



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