Whether you watched the 2015 Much Music Video Awards, or just want to see some of the stars who came out, we’ve got the photos from the red carpet and…
Carly Rae Jepsen
Eight Canadians have been selected to receive the honour of having their names cemented in Canada’s Walk of Fame (CWOF) in Toronto’s Entertainment District. This years inductees are Bob Ezrin, Terry Fox, Victor Garber, Craig and Marc Kielburger, Oscar Peterson, Christine Sinclair and Alan Thicke.
The Brandt Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan was packed with music lovers tonight as the 2013 Juno Awards telecast brought some of Canada’s best and brightest stars out to perform, and to pick up their hardware.
It’s Canada’s night for music, and I’m live from Toronto as the 2013 Juno Awards are about to take over CTV from the Brandt Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan, with singer Michael Bublé hosting the big night of awards and performances.
Bow down to the most terribly awesome mashup you will hear all week courtesy of PomDeterrific‘s “Call Me A Hole”, which combines Nine Inch Nail’s “Head Like A Hole” with Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”.
It’s another week, and this summer that seems to mean another spoof of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”, but this one is definitely different. That’s probably because this spoof happens to come from someone who is not only blue, but also furry. Of course, I’m talking about Sesame Street‘s one and only Cookie Monster.
The fans were screaming for each and every star Sunday, June 17, as the MuchMusic Video Awards welcomed LMFAO, Katy Perry, Carly Rae Jepsen, Kelly Clarkson, Marianas Trench, Justin Bieber, and lots of other celebrities to the MuchMusic HQ at the corner of Queen and John.
Queen Street West in Toronto was loud and crowded last night thanks to the thousands of fans who showed up at MuchMusic’s headquarters for the 2012 MuchMusic Video Awards, where pop stars LMFAO co-hosted the big night.
Okay, so you might be tired of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” (it’s been playing in Canada for a month or so longer that it’s been playing in the U.S.), but this will help you finish off your Friday with some energy.
CHUM FM welcomed a big group of lucky contest winners on Friday, March 23, for the annual CHUM FanFest concert at the Masonic Temple in Toronto. On stage this year for FanFest 2012 were Train, Hedley, Carly Rae Jepsen, The New Cities, Victoria Duffield, Marianas Trench, Kristina Maria, and FeFe Dobson, who filled in for Melanie Fiona, who couldn’t make it to the event.