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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 8.24.16

Note to Mariah Carey’s fiancé, James Packer, don’t play Beyonce around Mimi!  Carey reportedly threw Packer’s computer through a window and ran out of the room screaming when he played Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love” to get her in the mood.  Mariah’s people claim the story is false, but it isn’t the first time reports have surfaced about Mimi’s fits over other people’s music in her home.

The much anticipated episode of Carpool Karaoke is almost here…. Britney Spears joins James Cordon tomorrow night on the drive to work, HERE is just a snippet of what we have to look forward to!

It’s been a good year for Jennifer Lawrence. Forbes reports the actress raked in $46 million between June of 2015 and 2016, thanks to the Hunger Games, her Oscar-nominated role in Joy and an advance for the sci-fi drama Passengers. Of course, this just takes into account the calendar year’s earnings, not their lifetime earnings or their bankability to studios. For that, Scarlett Johansson gets the nod: she’s brought in $3.3 billion in domestic ticket sales.  And neither of them compare to the highest-paid celebrities this year; that honor goes to Taylor Swift, who brought in $200 million over the past year.

Bachelor in Paradise spoiler alert; Amanda and Josh are going to be leaving paradise together.  The two gave an interview with US Weekly and confirmed that Josh has moved from Atlanta to Amanda’s apartment in Irvine and the two are officially living together.

If you were watching the Voice on Sunday night, you may have noticed that Alicia Keys looked more fresh-faced than usual.  That’s because the singer has decided not to wear makeup in an effort to not “cover up anymore.”  She says she has had to conform to what society wants to see as far as beauty and in doing so is basically hiding who she really is.

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