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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 9.13.16

The drama took a real turn on the premier of Dancing With the Stars last night when two men made their way onto the stage after Ryan Lochte’s performance and began yelling into the camera.  The men were tackled by security and the show quickly went to an unscheduled break.  LAPD confirmed they arrested the two men who were wearing anti-Lochte t-shirts.  Four other women wearing the same t-shirts were also escorted out of the audience and Lochte and his partner Cheryl Burke were shaken up.

Marshawn Lynch may be retired from the Seahawks, but it isn’t stopping him from challenging himself.  Last night he joined Bear Grylls and ventured into the wild and, as you would expect, the man of many words had some gems and got pretty deep with Bear as well.  It was well worth the watch!

Miley Cyrus says you won’t see her on a red carpet anymore.  The Voice judge told Elle Magazine “Why, when people are starving, am I on a carpet that’s red? Because I’m ‘important’? Because I’m ‘famous’? That’s not how I roll. It’s like a skit—it’s like Zoolander.”

If you just can’t get enough Full House, I have quite a treat for you- YOU can rent the Tanner house!  Or, at least the house that provided the exterior shot of the Tanner Home.  Although, fair warning, it’s pricey, so start saving now! See the listing HERE!!

Kesha took to Instagram and announced that she is working on an anthem with a Grammy Award winner, but didn’t specify which Grammy artist she was talking about.  Fans immediately began freaking out because of her inclusion of 13 emoji in her message.  They started speculating that the mystery artist is Taylor Swift, whose lucky number is 13.  Of course, other guessed it could be Lady Gaga and… well…. There’s no reasoning behind that guess.

Comedian Amy Schumer was briefly hospitalized while on a romantic trip to Paris with her boyfriend.  Schumer got food poisoning and kept fans entertained on Instagram, documenting the adventure.

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