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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 9.21.15

Congratulations go out to Mad Men star John Hamm who won an Emmy for the first time in his career. Hamm played Don Draper in the hit series and had been nominated for 16 Emmy’s before finally snagging the win last night. He crawled up on the stage and began his speech by saying there’s been a terrible mistake, before thanking ex-girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt and their dog Cora.

Tracy Morgan made his return to the stage a year after being involved in a deadly car accident.

Amy Schumer won for Best Variety sketch series. She made sure to thank her makeup artist for her smokey eye.

Girls star Allison Williams got married over the weekend to boyfriend of three years, Ricky van Veen. Tom Hanks officiated the ceremony and celebs in attendance included Bruce Springsteen, John Mayer and Katy Perry.

Speaking of Katy Perry and John Mayer, the on and off again couple is apparently on again after attending Williams wedding over the weekend, where they were spotted holding hands. They did arrive on two separate private jets, but cozied up throughout the ceremony and following reception.

Kylie Jenner got a little roughed up by an overzealous fan leaving a concert over the weekend. The reality star was walking out then a fan grabbed her hair, pulling her hair back. Luckily for Jenner, her bodyguards were on hand to rescue her and usher her to safety.

That would be the same bodyguards who roughed up Jessica Alba last week at New York Fashion week. Alba was pretty miffed about the incident, but all has been resolved after Jenner sent flowers to her over the weekend. Wow! Came home to the most beautiful flower tree I’ve ever [seen],” Alba captioned a photo of the gift on Instagram. “Thank you @kyliejenner you are a sweetheart!! So thoughtful.”


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