Monday, October 22, 2018

Drake Officially Disqualified from the Grammys In 2018, Sources Say

First it was Frank Ocean. Now it’s Drake. Two huge artists, both of whom couldn’t care less about the Grammys. Both have openly criticized the awards showcase, and abstained.

Korean Culture Minister Arrested in Talent Blacklist Case

South Korea’s Culture Minister Cho Yoon-sun is to be arrested in connection with the blacklisting of 9,000 artistes. An arrest warrant, citing abuse of authority,...

Plus-size model Tess Holliday’s Cosmopolitan magazine cover stirs controversy

Plus-size model Tess Holliday’s appearance on the October cover of Cosmopolitan UK has been looked at as a step forward for body positivity but some think otherwise.

Canadian Oscar nominees include ‘Shape of Water’ crew

There will be a flood of Canadian nominees from "The Shape of Water" at tonight's Academy Awards.

Drake sues woman over pregnancy, rape claims

In the lawsuit, the Canadian star submitted numerous text messages that Layla had sent him in the weeks after their evening together, which he says prove that she created a “fantasy relationship” with him.

RYAN REYNOLDS NEEDS YOUR HELP TO SAVE THE RIO THEATRE

In an effort to save The Rio, East Vancouver’s beloved independent theatre, owner Corinne Lea has launched a crowd-funding campaign to raise $1.5 million.

The digital nip and tuck: How Hollywood is taking years off celebrity faces

Johnny Depp's turn as a younger Captain Jack Sparrow is the latest example of de-aging software from Lola Visual Effects.

Kathy Griffin’s North American comeback tour to start in Canada

The comedian will launch her tour with 4 Canadian dates following Trump photo backlash

Canadian women speak out in the wake of Weinstein allegations

Some hope the highly-publicized accounts of sexual harassment by the disgraced mogul will translate into reform within the entertainment industry.

MARIO TESTINO AND BRUCE WEBER ACCUSED OF SEXUAL EXPLOITATION IN NEW YORK TIMES INVESTIGATION

The New York Times has released a detailed report on an alleged pattern of sexual exploitation by two of the biggest photographers in the fashion business. Publishing giant Condé Nast said it would stop working with both men.

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