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Tampa Bay Rays reporter for the Sun Sports Kelly Nash made viral headlines after her first visit to Boston’s legendary Fenway Park over the weekend. While taking a “selfie” shot from the stands to send to her fam, a stray ball narrowly avoided Nash’s blonde head as the camera flash went off. The amusing “heads up!” image soon went viral on Twitter and Instagram.
No maybes about it – the Junos called Carly Rae Jepsen last night. The five-time nominee won an early trophy for best pop album for Kiss during the Junos’ non-televised gala dinner, which saw 35 awards handed out. That means Justin Bieber’s Believe lost in that category. Artist of the year honours went to 78-year-old Leonard Cohen.
Tonight, Canada honours its artists with the Juno Awards. Performers include Carly Rae Jepsen, Vancouver’s Marianas Trench, The Sheepdogs, Serena Ryder, with host Michael Buble live from Regina’s Brandt Centre.
Buble himself is a Juno Fan Choice nominee. Tom Cochrane and Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy are appearing.
Meet the band, “Walk Off The Earth”. This funky quintet from Burlington had done a pile of their own videos, mostly for songs they had written themselves but it was their cover of Goyte’s “Someone I Used To Know” that really launched them into the music spotlight. It was featured on “Ellen” who thought it was really cool – very original (even if it was a cover of someone elses song)
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Michael Buble’s planning to put his singing career on hold so he can launch himself as a Hollywood actor. The Canadian crooner once appeared as an extra in an episode of TV show The X-Files, admits he’s desperate to start making movies, but he’s been too busy with his music to pursue his dream. However, Buble is planning to take a break so he can chase acting roles full-time. He tells Britain’s Sunday Express newspaper, “The only reason I haven’t done it (made a film) is because of the time constraints. I think in the next couple of years I will take time off and start making movies.”