We're not so sure how to feel about this...
Hockey is a tough game with some passionate fans, but they're also some of the classiest fans out there.
During Tuesday's Toronto Maple Leafs game, singer Michelle Madeira's mic cut out while she was singing The Star-Spangled Banner, but the crowd wasn't going to let the song end so easily.
They all started singing in unison right where Michelle left off, then continued on with O Canada afterward.
Ch-ch-check out the awesome moment (above)!
Just look at that pregnancy glow!!
Mad Men actress Jessica Pare attended the Scotiabank Giller Prize event in Toronto on Monday, and showed off her rapidly growing baby bump on the red carpet for the very first time!
The 33-year-old made it very clear that she's already got the whole maternity wear thing down — because she totally rocked a chic colorblock Roksanda Ilincic gown in pink and green.
Wavy hair, classic black eyeliner, and a glossy pink pout were the perfect complements to her ensem!
Well done, lady!!
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This is very different from his debut single, but VERY awesome!
Shawn Mendes is back and giving us some American Ed Sheeran.
It is singer/songwriter meets pop as you would imagine Pharrell would produce it!
Super catchy and with a beat!
We so dig it!
Sounds like a hit for this super talented kid!
Check it out above!
When Jian Ghomeshi was fired after some allegations of sexual violence, he defended his actions vociferously.
His $55 million lawsuit said pretty much the same thing.
In fact, Ghomeshi's entire defense seems based on the idea that his accusers must not be legit because they're choosing to remain anonymous.
Well, that isn't true anymore.
One woman has come forward, and her name is
Was the CBC in the right when they fired Jian Ghomeshi?
Because if not it could cost them $55 million!
The former Q host is standing his ground after the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation fired him following multiple sexual violence allegations.
And not just that - he's also suing for breach of confidence, bad faith, and defamation!
According to the lawsuit:
When Jian Ghomeshi was fired from the CBC, he had a lot to say on the subject.
He dismissed any accusations of sexual misconduct, saying there were no formal allegations. He also noted that a newspaper had looked into it and found the accusations unworthy of publishing.
Well, that newspaper was Toronto's The Star, and they responded to Ghomeshi's post by publishing their findings.
According to the paper, three young women have claimed