Canada has won a total of 6 medals since the Olympic Games kicked-off Friday; 1 Gold in figure skating by Gabrielle Daleman and a bronze by Mark McMorris who 11 months ago nearly died after hitting a tree while snowboarding in BC. It’s Mark’s second bronze of his career, having won another in 2014.
Sidney Crosby has become the 25th player in NHL history to reach the historic hockey milestone of having 400 goals and 650 assists. He scored his 400th career goal in the second period against St Louis yesterday.
YouTube announced it has suspended all ads from celebrity vlogger Logan Paul’s channel, saying it is no longer suitable for advertisers or other vloggers. The decision is the company’s latest response to that now deleted video he shared of a dead body in a Japanese forest where people routinely go to commit suicide. It’s believed that Logan rakes in $1 million per month on his YouTube ads.
Victoria Beckham has shut down reports that the Spice Girls are reuniting for a tour after photos of the group meeting up for lunch hit social media. Despite her comments that it’s never going to happen, they did release a statement expressing how the time felt right to “explore some incredible new opportunities together.”
If you didn’t catch the real-life Sex and the City drama over the weekend, here’s what went down: After Kim Cattrall posted on Instagram about the sudden death of her brother last week, Sarah Jessica Parker commented her condolences only to be met with a not-so-welcome response from Kim. “Let me make this VERY clear. You are not my family. You are not my friend. So I’m writing to tell you one last time to stop exploiting our tragedy in order to restore your ‘nice girl’ persona.” Cattrall also left a link to a New York Post story titled, “Inside the mean-girls culture that destroyed Sex and the City.” Which I read, while sipping tea, and it was absolutely fabulous.
And that’s your Fast Five!