Looks like McDreamy is about to go through a McNightmare of a divorce!
Now, according to legal documents, their split might not be as amicable as it once appeared.
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Awww, don't be sad, it gets better!
During the show, he introduced his song Good Thing with the following emotional speech:
The people are speaking out!
For weeks we've been hearing from woman after woman claiming that Bill Cosby raped, drugged, and/or molested them in some way, but the comedian is still on tour making his fans laugh!
And he doesn't seem phased at all!
In fact, during his Friday show in Ontario, Canada, nearly 30 people stood up and chanted "We believe the women," and another person shouted that Cosby was an "arrogant piece of sh*t."
But instead of
Just as two more women join the case against Bill Cosby, the comedian makes his on-stage come back.
In Kitchener, Ontario, Canada the comedian returned to the stage to perform for the first time since November amid the various women that have accused him of sexual assault.
The accused and troubled actor didn't directly address the reports against him, however he did send a special message to those in the crowd after his show via NBC News.
Bill actually thanked them for coming to the show and for "respecting yourselves" enough to go to his show.
This skews a bit younger than we usually listen to, but we like good music - regardless of age.
And Rebel Coast's We Are The Brave is some great pop!
They're young. They're Canadian. There's 5 of them. Could they be the next One Direction?
Well, sonically, they're a bit more like The Wanted. AND they have some dance moves, which we appreciate it!
Check out their music video for We Are The Brave above!
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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