Ed Sheeran just made another heart flutter on the spot.
A new couple’s brewing in Canada: Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska!
The Real Housewives fad may soon be crossing the border. Rumors are circulating that producers are currently working on a Canadian edition of the popular show which has already seen wives from Orange County to New York to Miami and beyond.
The news says Lark Productions of Vancouver is working on “early casting stages for the show” and that the show will be “along the lines of the Real Housewives” series. The show, which has been a ratings darling for Bravo since it debuts in 2006 continues to reinvent itself, it will be interesting to see how another network handles the show.
Lark Productions actually signed a deal in 2010 to bring Real Housewives to Canada, however Bravo recently pulled Real Housewives of DC amid a poor reception and the Miami show has watched ratings plummet to a new low for the entire series.
Would you be willing to tune into a Canadian product of the Real Housewives show.
Randy and Evi Quaid are officially Canadian! The Quaids have been waiting for citizenship in the country since they fled the United States in 2010 over legal troubles and the fear that a group of Hollywood actor killers known as the “starwhackers” were out to kill them.
It was actually Evi Quaid who was given citizenship, which gives her husband the right to stay in the country and paves the way for him to become a Canadian citizen as well.
It’s still unclear what type of action will be taken against the Quaids who were found squatting in a home they once owned before fleeing the country amid legal troubles from that occupancy violation.
Here’s a CNN video regarding the couple’s citizenship: