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Deputy Style Editor at People Magazine Sharon Clott Kanter called in after the 2016 MTV VMAs to talk about her favorite red carpet look, the moment backstage that melted hearts and Republic Records’ After Party at Vandal in New York City.
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Our girl Sharon Clott Kanter from People called in to talk about some of the fashion she saw at Sunday night’s BET Awards and the new look of Taylor Swift since she started dating actor Tom Hiddleston.
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Related: I had no idea “HiddleSwift” was a thing.

Chatted with People Deputy Style Director (and fellow Syracuse University alum) Sharon Clott Kanter and hosted my radio show. A solid Monday.

People Magazine Deputy Style Editor Sharon Clott Kanter called in the day after the Met Gala to chat about some of the big fashions worn by Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Zayn Malik and more.

Photo: twitter.com/kingladygaga

Photo: twitter.com/kingladygaga

Our friend from People Magazine, Deputy Style Director Sharon Clott Kanter, called in to chat about Kylie Jenner’s new nail polish and Carrie Underwood’s collection of swimwear.

Photo: instagram.com/carrieunderwood

Photo: instagram.com/carrieunderwood


People Magazine Senior Editor Mary Margaret called in for this week’s edition of “Weekend Scoop.” She talked about People’s cover girl, Carrie Underwood, and gave an update on the status of Lamar Odom.

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“Weekend Scoop” welcomed back People Staff Writer Patrick Gomez this week. He talked about the magazine’s story on George and Amal Clooney celebrating their one-year wedding anniversary.

Gomez also talked about the mag’s coverage of Hurricane Katrina – 10 years after it ravaged the Gulf Coast.

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Photo: twitter.com/whatupitsusan

On Friday’s “Weekend Scoop,” we checked in with People. Staff Writer Patrick Gomez called from Los Angeles and talked about the mag’s cover story regarding Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert’s divorce.
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Gomez also chatted about People’s interview with “Southpaw” star Jake Gyllenhaal.

In the latest edition of “Weekend Scoop,” we checked in with our friends at People! Staff Writer Patrick Gomez was in New York from Los Angeles and talked about celebrity reaction to the history ruling that lifted the ban on same-sex marriages nationwide.
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Gomez also chatted about People‘s cover story – an interview with “Magic Mike XXL” star Channing Tatum.

The New Year began with pop star Ke$ha entering herself in to rehab, and speculation brewing as to why she admitted herself in to the clinic.

Shortly after the TMZ report broke, it was fans of the singer, born Kesha Sebert, that tweeted me Dr. Luke was to blame. Luke signed Ke$ha to a recording deal at 18. He was responsible for her first placement, the hook of Flo Rida’s “Right Round,” and her solo releases. According to a subsequent report by the entertainment news website, people in Ke$ha’s circle claimed that the super-producer constantly asked her to lose weight. In one alleged instance, the songwriter born Lukasz Gottwald called the singer “a f—ing refrigerator” during the 2012 video shoot for “Die Young.”

“Dr. Luke had been telling her how she had to get in shape and lose weight and all this stuff,” Ke$ha’s mom, Pebe Sebert, told People magazine. “She was exercising and dieting and ultimately doing everything she could, but not getting thin fast enough, and that’s when she first became bulimic.”

Through a representative, Dr. Luke refuted the claims.

“These statements and allegations concerning Dr. Luke are completely false,” read the statement given to People. “It is unfortunate that at a time Ke$ha is suffering immensely and trying to heal at a treatment center, her mother is taking this approach with the media. I give Ke$ha my utmost support and well wishes for a quick return to health.”

This does not seem to be the first media report of conflicts between Luke and Ke$ha. Late last year, Rolling Stone mentioned to the “TiK ToK” singer a petition that was circulating the Internet, attempting to separate Ke$ha from her contract with Dr. Luke. Ke$ha acknowledged its existence.

“I feel like my fans are really protective of me,” she responded to the magazine about the petition. “They just want to see me grow as an artist, which I agree with. Hopefully in the future, I’ll be in a position where I can put out a ballad or a more vulnerable song.”

When RS asked if Ke$ha currently had any creative control, she replied, “Not really.”

I asked Cher, a woman in New York who runs Ke$ha’s largest fan support Twitter account, what the singer’s fans are hoping for as far as the petition.

“For Dr. Luke to release her out of this contract, and then she can actually release the music that she wants to release, and be the person she wants to be.”

Meanwhile the collaborative efforts of Luke and Ke$ha seem to still yield big results on the charts. The Dr. Luke-produced “Timber,” which Ke$ha sings on the hook of, just hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.