Before the multiple allegations against Kevin Spacey recently, apparently he had planned on developing a line of merchandise based on his House of Cards character Frank Underwood. Spacey was fired by Netflix over the weekend and have confirmed that the show’s sixth and final season will continue without the actor.
Canada Post revealed a commemorative stamp yesterday to mark 100 years since the Halifax Explosion. The stamp depicts the scene from our harbour moments after two ships collided which caused the explosion that killed 2,000 people and left 25,000 homeless. The stamp is available to purchase from Canada Post now.
Ryan Seacrest announced on Live With Kelly and Ryan yesterday that the American Idol reboot will premiere on Sunday, March 11th. Seacrest gave us a glimpse of his impending schedule, saying “I work in New York Monday through Friday, thank God it’s on Sunday night in Los Angeles.” He then told Kelly Ripa, “You’re gonna have to deal with me on Monday on no sleep on a regular basis.” The new Idol will feature judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie.
The National Post is calling Downtown Dartmouth “Halifax’s Brooklyn” and one of Canada’s hippest neighbourhoods in a new article. The article says what we already know: the area has transformed with some cool hangouts over the last few years with young families moving in, new shops but still maintaining a bit of edge.
Sia had an epic response to a paparazzo who was attempting to sell nude photos of her online. The singer shared it herself – on Twitter. Last night, Sia took control of the situation, posting the photo of her bare bum, saying “Someone is apparently trying to sell naked photos of me to my fans – save your money, here it is for free. Everyday is Christmas!” A nod to her holiday album, coming out November 17th.
And that’s your Fast Five!