Originally posted on Global News:
MONTREAL – So dreadful has the CFL East been this season that, when they meet on Sunday, either the Montreal Alouettes or the Hamilton Tiger-Cats will have their first two-game winning streak of the season.
The Alouettes (2-7), who will play host to the Ticats at Percival Molson Stadium, are coming off a 20-10 win over the expansion Ottawa Redblacks and hope to have finally found their starting quarterback in Jonathan Crompton.
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The Ticats (2-6) opened Tim Hortons Field last week with a 13-12 victory over the Toronto Argonauts on quarterback Zach Collaros’s return from a concussion.
Toronto still leads the division at 3-7, but the Argos may have company at the top after this weekend.
“To me, it’s a playoff game,” Montreal receiver Duran Carter said Friday.
“It sets the tone for the year against them. We’ll probably have to play them…
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Originally posted on Global Grind:
It’s New York Fashion Week and there is no stopping the style hitting the streets of New York City.
Last night, the Fashion Media Awards were held at the Park Hyatt in the Big Apple, and tons of stars came out to show off their love for all things chic.
The event was graced with the presence of Kendall Jenner, who wore an entire Marc Jacobs ensemble, and got the special honor of presenting to Katie Grand during the ceremony.
She told the crowd:
“When I was growing up, the supermodels were always my superheroes.”
Skylar Diggins also came out for the star-studded event, wearing a DKNY dress and a matching salmon-colored lip for the big night.
Inside the event, Naomi Campbellwas also in attendance, rocking an Azzedine Alaïa outfit while being honored for having the Best TV Personality of the Year.
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Originally posted on Variety:
Lifetime’s “The Brittany Murphy Story” promises to show how the late “Clueless” actress Brittany Murphy’s Hollywood dreams turned into a nightmare. Yet for Amanda Fuller (“Last Man Standing”), being selected to play Murphy was a dream come true.
Fuller, who has appeared in other biopics, talked with Variety about the unique challenges she faced while filming the movie, which she had to jump into two days after being offered the role.
The biopic aims to expose how Murphy died as controversy has surrounded her death for nearly five years.
Murphy died from pneumonia and anemia in December 2009 at the age of 32. Her death was ruled accidental, but the actress’ father later attempted to reopen the case on the suspicion that she was poisoned. Murphy’s mother Sharon, who lived with her daughter, has denied these claims.
The biopic will also feature Murphy’s husband, Simon Monjack, who was found dead…
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Originally posted on CollegeBasketballTalk:
If you follow college basketball analyst Jay Bilas on Twitter, you’ve probably seen him begin each morning with a tweet or two that ends with the trademark phrase, “I gotta go to work.”
That trademark phrase comes from Atlanta rapper Young Jeezy, who Bilas has often shouted out on the air and called an urban philosopher.
Jeezy, who has two platinum albums and two gold albums among his six studio releases, also returned the favor by shouting out Bilas on the remix to E-40’s “Function” by saying, “we goin’ to work like Jay Bilas.”
So, as you can see, Bilas and Jeezy have a mutual respect, but the two titans of their respective industries had never actually met in-person until a recent video feature with Vibe.
Bilas starts off in the video by reciting a Jeezy line into the microphone — which is a fantastic start to the clip…
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