A pretty hard case against Tori Spelling
The reality of living without Dean
When the friendly pages of People credit anonymous sources saying they’re “living separate lives,” maybe the absence of Dean McDermott from a holiday card with wife Tori Spelling and their kids wasn’t simply because he’s shooting Pretty Hard Cases in Toronto. The couple originally met in 2005 on the Ottawa set of Mind Over Murder.
The all-day shitposter special
Parliament is back, and a refreshed posting style has arrived for Erin O’Toole, who evidently will beat back challenges to his Conservative leadership with memes about things like the price of breakfast. This argument didn’t account for record-breaking dairy price hikes amid supply management, but the cholesterol fed into Liberal snark.
Nadia Murad’s book blocking at Toronto high schools is gaining international attention. Fears that The Last Girl: My Story of Captivity, and My Fight Against the Islamic State would foster Islamophobia were adjacently mentioned in the original report on similar concerns over Marie Henein. But the ISIS angle now has a wider reach.
Chubby Checker lost his weight
He doesn’t want Grammy nominations for himself, but the Weeknd got three anyhow, due to his vocals turning up on other people’s records. These citations coincided with confirmation that “Blinding Lights” has eclipsed Chubby Checker’s “The Twist” as the hottest Hot 100 hit ever, thanks to being the pandemic hit that ranked for 90 weeks:
Seven screens at Cineplex showing a crime thriller from south India were recently torn by vandals. Kurup was the latest target in a trend that dates back to 2015: a year later, Tamil-language films at Cineplex were pulled after the repeated release of noxious substances. Suspicion has been levelled at rival distributors.
Finally, gdzie jest biały węgorz?
Cypis is a rapper from Poland who made it into a Pat Foran consumer report on CTV News because a grandmother who bought a musical dancing cactus from Walmart for her granddaughter was aghast at lyrics with swearing and references to cocaine. Five months ago, the toy garnered a similar reaction in Taiwan. So, here’s the song: