Tom Cochrane said he was overwhelmed yesterday, as the Manitoba government named a 322 kilometer section of highway 391 near his hometown of Lynn Lake after his massive hit, “Life Is A Highway.” “If you can be humbled and flattered at the same time, I guess I’m a mixture of both.” Cochrane performed the song and another hit from that era, “Big League,” before an audience of dignitaries at the foot of the legislature’s grand staircase. And if you’re now feeling nostalgic and would like to see Tom Cochrane – Casino Rama Resort announced yesterday he will take the stage there March 31st…tickets go on sale Thursday!
The fallout over Billy Bush’s 2005 crude convo with Trump that was leaked continues – and this time it’s hitting close to home. His marriage is reportedly in trouble because his wife of 18 years Sydney Davis is furious not only that it happened – but that he failed to apologize to her for the public embarrassment when he made his statement – she has not made a statement.
Michael Douglas hinted pal Val Kilmer is battling cancer when he let slip the actor is “dealing with exactly what I had”. “Val is a wonderful guy who is dealing with exactly what I had, and things don’t look too good for him. “My prayers are with him. That’s why you haven’t heard too much from Val lately.”
Add Bryan Cranston’s name to the group of soon-t0-be-celeb-expats that wouldn’t hesitate to move to Canada if Donald Trump is elected America’s next president. The Breaking Bad star is a Los Angeles native, but he insists he would pack his bags and relocate his family to Vancouver if Hillary Clinton loses to Trump. Cranston’s comments echo those already made by fellow celebrities Whoopi Goldberg, Barbra Streisand, Rosie O’Donnell, and Lena Dunham, but Bryan refuses to believe a Trump presidency will actually become a reality.
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Last night’s episode of “Dancing With the Stars” ended with Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte and his pro partner Cheryl Burke being eliminated.
“Will & Grace” ran from 1998 to 2006 on NBC… The series became a cult show and scooped 16 Emmy Awards over its eight seasons. And they did get together for an election bit recently – Revivals are popular now and there is a possibility it may come back. Netflix has already brought “Arrested Development” and “Full House” back to screens and has a “Gilmore Girls” revival in store for November 25. Fox has brought back “The X-Files” and CBS has just relaunched “MacGyver.” The trend looks set to continue into 2017, with new episodes of “Twin Peaks” coming to Showtime. Fox has announced a “Prison Break” revival, while “Knight Rider” and “Star Trek” are both being rebooted on online streaming sites.