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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 9.18.15

Jessica Simpson appeared on Home Shopping Network last night promoting her clothing and accessories, she seemed to really struggle, swaying, failing to answer questions, and repeatedly walked off stage, before reappearing; leading many to speculate she was drunk during the two hour presentation. Of course, we have posted that video to our Facebook Page, Warm 1069.

Megan Fox will be joining the cast of New Girl during Zoey Deschanel’s maternity leave. Fox will play Reagan, a pharmaceutical sales rep who rents out Jess’ room and shakes things up in the loft. The new season premieres in January, Fox will appear starting in episode six while Jess is sequestered on jury duty.

Rumors of a potential Sex and the City 3 have come and gone over the years, and the star of the series and films, Sarah Jessica Parker, sat down with Today’s Matt Lauer to address them. Parker said, they do have a story to tell, but when that would happen remains unknown and no decision has been made as to if they ever will. So, there remains a slight glimmer of hope for Carrie Bradshaw fans.

Kristen Stewart has garnered a reputation as a difficult interview. Addressing the reputation, the actress says she suspects the perception comes from her admitted disdain for what she views as shallow or disingenuous interview questions. “Anybody who might perceive me as guarded in a given context, typically speaking it would be a really superficial, fleeting interview that means nothing to me. Therefore, I cannot fully invest myself in it, because it would be a lie.”

Ellie Goulding released a brand new single yesterday and she is already having to squash rumors that “On My Mind” is about former flame, Ed Sheeran. There are several references in the song to a man that has similarities to Sheeran, but Goulding said “I’m sorry to all the people that want it to be about someone – it’s not, it’s like a myth. There’s no one to think about. It’s just a fun song.”

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