Monday, March 10, 2014
If you were wondering what George Stroumboulopoulos was going to be doing after the George Stroumboulopoulous Tonight show (formerly The Hour) ends this season - we have news. He is leaving CBC…he’s not going to CNN (that was a short lived dream, killed by ratings), but to Sportsnet to join Ron MacLean and Don Cherry for Hockey Night in Canada next season when Rogers gets the rights to NHL coverage. No that was not a sentence long typo.
Strombo and Cherry. What do you think? No news on how this will actually be formatted. We all know Don loves to be the soul talker. I can’t imagine there being room for another sound on that panel that isn’t Don being Don and Ron’s sighs.
What other big changes await Hockey Night once it makes the move to Rogers? In time, we shall see.
Friday, March 7, 2014
I watched it on my phone and was interupted by a text message and I got pissed. Seriously - so good.
After checking into rehab for an eating disorder, the singer went through a transformation. Such a large one that she decided to remove the dollar sign from her name and make it a plain old S. WHERE IS THE FUN IN THAT Keshterr!?
So, in case you missed the memo: Ke$ha is now just Kesha. RIP the dirt bag dollar sign.
*This dream may have just been mine. But it was a good one.
In the first HoH competition Anick was the first houseguest to step off the ice. When current HoH, Paul, decided to make his nominations, one could only think that that was one of the reasons she was put on the block.
She was placed next to Andrew and things were not looking good for her. The PoV competition was more of a muscle than energy game and Andrew ended up being the victor – meaning Andrew would inevitably take himself off the block and someone would go up in his place. That person was Ika.
In true Big Brother Canada fashion, the houseguests united against a single person and voted out Anick unanimously 11-0.