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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 7.22.16

It looks like Demi Lovato may have a new man after she was spotted on a secret late-night date with New York Giants star, Odell Beckham Jr.  Demi ended a 6 year relationship back in June and Beckham had recently been linked to Khloe Kardashian.

Former Bachelor Ben Higgins is running for office in Colorado.  Higgins is running as a Republican in a Denver state House district.  Higgins’ opponent, who recently made headlines after being sentenced to one year probation after pleading guilty to drunken driving in March, has served as Colorado House speaker since January 2015.

Britney Spears is getting free promotion for her new single “Make Me…” at this week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.  Spears posted a screen shot on Twitter of a fan holding up a handmade sign that reads “Buy ‘Make Me’ on iTunes” during a TV broadcast at the RNC.  Britney Army… I salute you on this one,” Spears tweeted, along with an American flag emoji, the hashtag #MakeMe and an iTunes link to the single.

Taylor Swift’s Wikipedia was trolled in the wake of her feud with Kanye West.  In the birth name section, the “Shake It Off” singer’s name was changed to “Taylor ‘Slithering Snake Becky With the Good Lies’ Alison Swift,” a nod to Beyoncé calling her lover’s mistress “Becky With the Good Hair” on her album Lemonade. The nasty trolls didn’t stop there, adding Mean Girls’ “Regina George” and “victim” to her list of nicknames and “liar” to her occupations.  The opening line of her bio section was switched to say: “Taylor Alison Swift (born December 13, 1989) is an American singer-songwriter fraud that got dragged to the grave by successful businesswoman Kim Kardashian.”  It has since been restored back to it’s original glory.

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