TORONTO - A Canadian author, whose biography of the late King of Pop titled “Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson” hits the stands this week, says extortionists drove Jackson to his early death.
TOKYO — Japan’s Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko hope to reach out to Americans and Canadians of Japanese ancestry during a two-week tour that began Friday, but they won’t be going to Pearl Harbor.
TORONTO - Canadian pop diva Celine Dion earned $100 million last year, just behind Madonna at $110 million, according to Forbes magazine. Beyonce Knowles was the third in the list of top earners in the music industry. Dion’s ‘Taking Chances Tour’ last year raked in $237 million. She also released an English-language greatest-hits collection, “My Love: Essential Collection,” and featured in advertisements for a new fragrance.
TORONTO — Police have charged the tour manager of the Black Eyed Peas with assault after he allegedly punched celebrity blogger Perez Hilton outside a Toronto nightclub.
TORONTO — Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton says he got a black eye from the manager of the Black Eyed Peas.
LAS VEGAS — He is Alex The Great — again.
TORONTO — Blue Jays outfielder Alex Rios apologized Friday after he was caught on video yelling profanities at a fan.
MONTREAL — Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte is set to become Canada’s first space tourist when he travels on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft in September.
TORONTO — Former President George W. Bush called ex-President Bill Clinton “his brother” and the two rarely disagreed in their first-ever appearance together on stage.
TORONTO - Sipping wine, beer or spirits thrice or more per week heightens the risk of binge drinking, says a new study.
TORONTO — Rachel Weisz greatly expanded her list of useful talents for the con man romp “The Brothers Bloom.”
TORONTO - Indian-origin Canadian MP Ruby Dhalla, rated the world’s ‘third hottest’ politician, is battling calls for a probe against her for having allegedly illtreated two nannies at her family home — just two months after she was embroiled in a controversy over her reported steamy scenes in a Bollywood movie.
TORONTO - The world’s ‘third hottest’ woman politician and Indian-origin MP in Canada, Ruby Dhalla, who made headlines in March for allegedly appearing in steamy scenes in a Bollywood film, is in yet another controversy.