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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 10.25.16

We have our first sneak preview of Lady Gaga’s Carpool Karaoke with James Cordon and as you’d imagine, it’s going to be fantastic! PS- who knew Gaga was just like us, road rage and all!  See the preview HERE!!

Gaga went on Howard Stern yesterday, and opened up about her breakup with Taylor Kinney saying that the two are very supportive of each other and love each other despite calling off their engagement.  She says he is awesome and he is no problem with the numerous references to their relationship in her new album Joanne.

Drake’s 30th birthday celebration was quite the shindig- Taylor Swift, Katy Perry AND John Mayer were all in attendance and apparently there was zero drama. How is that even possible? Katy and Taylor have Bad Blood and John Mayer went out with both of them…..which then begs the question, how is it possible that they didn’t give a whoot about dating the same guy, but they fought over a backup dancer?

It was elimination night on Dancing with the Stars last night and the men were sitting pretty on the top of the leaderboard, Calvin Johnson and Jimmy Hinchcliffe got 36 out of 40 and were safe for the week. Ryan Lochte narrowly avoided elimination joining Maureen McCormick in the bottom two, but in the end, it was Maureen who went home.

Justin Bieber seems to be having real issues with the fans at his shows lately.  He has repeatedly asked them to be quiet and not to scream while he is talking, telling them that he wants to be heard.  When he asked fans in Manchester to stop screaming and they didn’t listen, he dropped the mic and walked off stage.  He came back to finish the show, but told them he wouldn’t be talking anymore and it would just be about the music, which….. correct me if I am wrong, is why they came to the show in the first place….

Happy Birthday to Ciara and Katy Perry!

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