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Amigovia: Latest tales in the rich and famous

The annual “I heart Radio” music awards took place Sunday, March 29 in Los Angeles, California and were hosted by actor Jamie Foxx. The “Innovator” award was won by Justin Timberlake, he gave a lengthy but heartfelt acceptance speech and notably thanked his pregnant wife and “best friend” Jessica Biel at the end of his speech. He has been scrutinised in the past for not mentioning her in his speeches.

Monday 6 April 2015, 01:00PM


Whitney Mitha
whitneymitha@yahoo.com

Big winner of the night was hands down Taylor Swift. She looked absolutely stunning as she accepted three awards on the big night. The awards were for Song of the Year, Artist of the Year, and best lyrics. Congratulations Taylor!

The night was filled with awesome musical performances by everyone from newcomer Megan Trainor to living legend Snoop Dog. The performances are definitely worth youtubing.

Moving on

Mariah Carey has moved on from Nick Cannon to Brett Ratner. Who? Yeah that’s what I said! He is a film director and also directed two of her music videos in the past. She was said to be upset that her ex husband Nick has seemingly moved on, so is this a revenge fling or the real thing? Brett was seen making out with a mystery girl on the same yacht he wooed Mariah on days earlier. Sketchy.

Are they dating?

Taylor Swift, the once boyfriend butterfly has been solo for a while but is that about to change? She has been spotted cuddling with world famous DJ Calvin Harris at a Kenny Chesney concert, food shopping together, and she has attended a few of Calvin’s concerts recently. Are they dating or making music together? Or both...

Whitney is an American living in Phuket, writing about the latest gossip and trends in pop culture. Read more from Whitney onWordpress and Facebook (search: “amigovia”) and follow her on Instagram
@Amigovia.

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