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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 4.11.16

The MTV Movie Awards were Saturday night, and as expected, the night was fun and…..weird.  Alexander Skaarsgard, aka Tarzan walked out on stage to present……pantsless.  His presenting partner, Samuel L Jackson definitely seemed uncomfortable!  I think he should have gone shirtless, that would have been muuuuuuuuuuch  better!

Ryan Reynolds (swoon) took home a bucket of popcorn for Best Comedic performance for Deadpool and made sure to give a shoutout to his wife, Blake Lively saying “Everything I do is to make her laugh….”

Chris Pratt also showed love to his wife during his acceptance speech for Best Action Performance in Jurassic World.  Pratt thanked wife, Anna Faris, saying “Our son was destined to be tough, but thanks to you he will be smart, too.”

Melissa McCarthy became the first woman to take home the Comedic Genius award.  She crowd surfed to the stage, naturally.

Will Smith took home the Generation Award.

Supermodels Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid were presenters and Kendall’s boots were tuh-die-for!  Gigi debuted some brand new bangs and rocked them.

The romance between Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom continues to heat up as the couple spent the weekend in Aspen, strolling around town and attending a wedding.  Korlando……Ploom? Katando?? Hasn’t commented on the status of their relationship, but a source says they are an official couple.  I say, if it’s not on Facebook, it’s not official.

There’s long been rumors of celebrities insuring their assets for massive amounts of money and Mariah Carey is the latest, apparently taking out an insurance policy on her voice and her legs for $35 million each, just in case something should go awry on her mega successful tour.  Given that she’s marrying a billionaire, I would think he could handle the financial aspects of any tour mishap, but you can never be too sure.

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