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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 9.16.16

Adele may have the most successful tour of the year, but if you didn’t catch, you’re unlikely to get another chance for the next decade.  Rumors have begun circling that the chart-topper plans to take a 10-year hiatus from touring in order to be with her son.  She brought him everywhere with her this year, but he starts school next year and he won’t be able to travel with her anymore.  She is also rumored to be considering a Vegas residency, as that would provide some stability for her family.

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are writing a play together, apparently it’s a dramatic love story… goodness, knows they know drama when it comes to love, having been engaged in 2012, then breaking up and getting back together three years later.

Ariana Grande joined Ryan Seacrest on-air and things got heated when Ryan dug for more information from Ariana on her rumored relationship with Mac Miller.  Grande posted to Instagram last week, a photo of her hugging her “baabyyy,” and Seacrest tried to get her to divulge more details… let’s just say, it didn’t go well! Listen HERE!

Madonna flew to London to be with her 16 year old son, Rocco, after his Dad, Guy Ritchie and stepmom left him at home to take a trip to LA, just days after a custody agreement between the exes had been settled upon.  Rocco had school and couldn’t leave London with his Dad and stepmom.

Australians have started a petition to get the late Steve Irwin on the $100 bill.  So far 23,000 people have signed the petition to have the Croc Hunter featured on the hundo.  Irwin died 10 years ago this month after being stung by a stingray.  He has been featured on currency before, when he appeared on a commemorative coin.

Bill Murray will be bar-tending in Brooklyn this weekend at the opening of his son, Homer’s new bar, 21 Greenpoint.  Homer told Eater, “We want people to come and have fun. People can walk in; just be nice. What my dad lacks in experience, he makes up for in tequila.”

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