Here’s the stories we’re falling on a Friday in the Soo..
Jeremy Clarkson’s contract will not be renewed after an “unprovoked physical attack” on a Top Gear producer, the BBC’s director general has confirmed. Tony Hall said he had “not taken this decision lightly” and recognised it would “divide opinion”. However, he added “a line has been crossed” and he “cannot condone what has happened on this occasion”.
(source: BBC News/photo: wikimedia)
Ashton Kutcher has started a change.org petition to get changing tables installed in men’s rooms. He Facebooked: “It seems this idea of diaper changing stations has struck a chord. It’s a pet peeve of mine when people just complain and don’t do anything to improve their condition. So lets do something. Pass it on.
Blake Shelton says that the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders were checking him out when he and Luke Bryan filmed a promo at Cowboys Stadium for the ACM Awards. He says “I mean, let’s just be honest. They were lookin’ at my moobs and made me a little uncomfortable. But, hey, I come in here dressed like this. What can I expect?” What can you say to that other than he has fun! Keep it up Blake.
(source: CMT/photo: examiner.com)
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Click below to watch Batchawana First Nation Chief Dean Sayers reads a statement following the ruling at the Sault Ste. Marie Courthouse:
David Hasselhoff, who plays Ian Ziering’s dad in Sharknado 3, tells the Huff Post that the film is awful. “You know, it’s the worst movie you have ever seen. I’ll tell you, I had so much fun making the movie. The people who make the movie have such a great sense of humor. Everybody’s in on the joke, and it is so much fun. I’m telling you this thing is gonna go on forever.