Drake’s Saturday Show in Toronto is still ON….

Drake has been forced to postpone a number of live shows under the instruction of […]

Drake has been forced to postpone a number of live shows under the instruction of his doctor after suffering a painful ankle injury.

The rapper has confirmed three dates on his Summer Sixteen tour will been rescheduled, and admitted he is “crushed” to make the announcement to his fans. These dates include performances in his hometown of Toronto an Philadelphia, which Drake described as one of the loudest city’s he has played in. Sunday night’s show in Toronto has been postponed, Live Nation confirmed to CBC News, but the Saturday night show will go on as scheduled.  A new date for Sunday’s show is yet to be announced. Ticketholders will receive an email with information on next steps and refunds, Live Nation said.

Drake photo courtesy of (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)


It’s baby #5


Tori Spelling Prego with 5th child…Tori told People magazine that it was a total surprise but Tori and Dean McDermott admit that they are excited about the new addition…The couple already have 4 kids together and Dean also has an 18-year-old from his previous marriage.


Leonard DiCaprio wants to make a movie about Bruce Springsteen.


The Boss recently released his acclaimed autobiography, Born to Run; which took 7-years to complete… The new memoir gives fans a rare insight to his lyrics and his life…..DiCaprio has reportedly offered Bruce’s team $10 million for the film rights, even though the singer/songwriter has always made it clear he would never allow his life story to become a movie. But money talks as Springsteen is reportedly considering the offer….


Some of our Favourite Magazines will stop being printed!


Rogers Media has announced a major overhaul of its magazines — with Flare, Sportsnet, MoneySense and Canadian Business becoming online-only publications — as print advertising revenues dwindle and the number of subscribers declines.  Other changes include Maclean’s, Chatelaine and Today’s Parent reducing the number of print editions they publish. Maclean’s, the national current affairs magazine founded more than a century ago, will go from weekly to monthly issues, while Chatelaine and Today’s Parent will now be published six times a year. The changes will take effect in January.