We’ve found out who will be taking Michael Buble’s place as host for the Juno Awards: Bryan Adams and comedian Russell Peters. The show announced yesterday that the two are stepping in as co-hosts of next month’s Juno Awards. “Third time’s a charm! And who better to share the stage with than Bryan Adams?! I’m actually really excited to be back, and looking so forward to making the 2017 Juno Awards a memorable one,” Peters said in a statement. Adams also shared in Peters’ excitement, releasing a few word of his own: “I’m honoured to be co-hosting this year’s Juno Awards alongside Russell Peters. We have an incredible music community in Canada and this is the night we celebrate its success.”
Turns out that Mary-Kate and Ashley may be in hot water when it comes to a class-action lawsuit. The company owned by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen may settle a lawsuit by paying up to US$140,000 to a group of interns who claim they did the work of employees without payment. Under the proposed settlement filed last week in a New York court by attorneys for a former intern, each of the 185 members of the class-action lawsuit would receive US$530 for the work they performed at the twins’ Dualstar Entertainment Group. The settlement would have to be approved by a judge. The filing says Dualstar doesn’t oppose the settlement. You can find more details here.