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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 6.9.16

A big night for Country Music at last night’s CMT Awards and especially Carrie Underwood!  The country superstar rocked a live performance and took home the awards for Performance of the Year and Female Video of the Year – both for her song “Smoke Break.”  That brings her total CMT awards to 16, the most of any artist.

A fun little tidbit, Justin Timberlake owns the summer’s megahit, and has apparently loaned his vocals to country group Little Big Town’s latest song “C’Mon.”  The song also includes Pharell Williams.

Bristol Palin is a married woman!  The daughter of Sarah Palin married her ex-fiance, Dakota Meyers, releasing a statement yesterday that read; “Life is full of ups and downs but in the end, you’ll end up where you’re supposed to be.  We are so happy to share with loved ones the wonderful news that we got married!”  The couple are parents to a 5-month old little girl and called off their original engagement almost a year ago.

In a recent interview with Variety, Lady Gaga explained that the Gaga version of herself is a separate entity and more of a character she has created over the years.  She says Gaga is a stronger individual part of herself and what she is as Gaga is what other people think Gaga is…..ummmm what?  So basically, she is saying she doesn’t wear dresses made from raw meat in her everyday life.

Ed Sheeran is facing a $20 million lawsuit after songwriters Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard claimed his mega=hot Photograph is a direct rip off their 2009 hit Amazing, which was recorded and released by X-Factor winner, Matt Cardle.  The songwriting duo point to the similarity of words, vocal style, vocal melody, melody, and rhythm are clear indicators, among other things, that ‘Photograph’ copies ‘Amazing.'”


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