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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 4.28.16

Beyonce launched her Formation tour in Miami last night and it included songs from her brand new album Lemonade, including the much talked about song Sorry, some of her hits, a tribute to Prince and a special thank you to her “Beautiful husband” Jay Z.  So, what about those not-so-subtle hints about cheating on her new album?  A source close to the couple says they went through a pretty major rough patch a few years ago, but came out stronger.

The DEA is now investigating Prince’s death, as the singer was found with prescription painkillers, according to a new report.  Several outlets have reported that Prince had a history of using Percocet, but there’s no confirmation if that was the painkiller found on him at the time of his death.

The countdown to Michael Strahan’s departure from Live is on; his last day is May 13th.  So, of course, everyone wants to know who will take over when he leaves.  Well, we don’t know his permanent replacement, but we do know that the network will rotate in a cast of fill-ins in the interim, including Anderson Cooper, Andy Cohen, Josh Groban & Seth Meyers.

Jessica Alba’s Honest Company is facing another lawsuit, this time the concern is whether or not their Organic baby formula can really be counted as organic.  In fact, of the 40 ingredients in the ‘Organic’ Infant Formula, more than a quarter are synthetic substances that are not allowed in organic products.

Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, Brandi Glanville is apparently looking for love in…….an Uber.  Glanville says she went on a date with her Uber driver, who was French and very much a gentleman…..oh, and it didn’t hurt that he’s a former model.  Why aren’t my Uber drivers models?

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