Pop Goes The News — Howie Mandel, the Canadian judge on America’s Got Talent, said Tuesday he wasn’t thinking when he praised a contestant for making bulimia “entertaining.”
The 59-year-old Toronto native made the comment after a performance by professional “regurgitator” Stevie Starr.
Pop Goes The News — The office of the world’s largest male escort website rentboy.com was raided Tuesday by New York City police and agents from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
The website promoted the services of thousands of male escorts in more than 2,100 cities around the world — including several in Canada.
Pop Goes The News — Rapper and reality TV star Vanilla Ice has unveiled a furniture line that includes a $4,600 teak sofa and a $6,400 copper bathtub.
The Vanilla Ice Collection is being sold online via Florida’s Eclectic Design International.
Pop Goes The News — Environmental activist and TV personality David Suzuki said in an interview published Monday he wouldn’t bring children into today’s world.
“Knowing what I know now, I wouldn’t,” the father of five told Nuvo magazine. “Overpopulation is one of the problems.
Pop Goes The News — Alan Frew, lead singer of Canadian pop rock band Glass Tiger, is recovering from a stroke he suffered Thursday.
The 58-year-old Ontario-based musician revealed Saturday the stroke caused trauma to his right side.
Pop Goes The News — Among the most highly anticipated movies coming to theatres before the end of the year are Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Martian, Spectre, Pan, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 and Creed.
Also opening in the next four months are several movies that were made in Canada.