So Drake's hotline just blinged...and it was T-Mobile calling asking him to be in a crazy funny Super Bowl ad.
Reunited with the most iconic turtleneck of all time, Drake does Canada proud as a super accomodating, not-passive-aggressive at all rapper shooting a commercial for a cell phone company. (Art definitely imitating life here).
Ever since you left the city, Drake...we guess you got exactly the Super Bowl spotlight you asked for?
Chapter 4,372 in the Drake/Rihanna love story: Drake, arguably the world's friendliest ex, gave RiRi a birthday shoutout during his concert in Dublin yesterday. (MELTING.) And since nothing is private anymore, obviously it was captured on someone's cell and blasted out to the world for us to replay over and over.
"It's somebody's birthday today—somebody I have a lot of love for and a lot of respect for," he said. "So, instead of singing 'Happy birthday,' though, we just going to do this in Dublin. Instead of singing 'Happy Birthday,' we're going to set it off just like this..."
Rolling around in Chanel lipgloss? Oui, s'il vous plaît.
After charming tout le monde when she closed the Chanel Couture show last month in a pink frothy wedding dress, Lily-Rose Depp is up to her darling ways yet again. And since it can only go uphill from being Karl's muse, why not make it even sweeter with a makeup campaign?
In this highly-addictive video below, Depp is living all of our dreams—rolling around in a pile of Chanel Rouge Coco Gloss, which lands on counter March 3rd. Depp is the newest face of Chanel makeup.
Chanel Rouge Coco Gloss is available in 24 shades—from the inky plum "Confusion" to "Melted Honey", a gilded beige. The collection also includes three lipstick topcoats. For those desperate to get the gloss in their makeup pouches before the launch (we feel you), head directly to Holt Renfrew in Toronto on March 1st. Aside from pre-launch access, you'll be able to lounge in the Coco Café—the chicest pop up that evokes a café in Paris. It will be bursting with all things Instagrammable, including a lip lollipop bar (we're listening), photo station, mani bar, nail photo booth and makeup classes.
As well, the stickers featured in this GIF will be available for purchase next month from the App Store. Chic!
It's safe to conclude that Selena Gomez's new single is not about her new relationship with The Weeknd, purely because it's about the sad demise of a relationship and last we checked the couple were going strong.
So is it about Justin Bieber then? Well, we'll let you listen and weave your own lyrics-based-theories, but it does reference "when we were seventeen" and calls out the ex-lover for too much partying, not enough stay-at-home time.
Most confusing of all, perhaps, is how incredibly catchy and upbeat this collab with Kygo is, given the majorly down beat lyrics. Seriously: You'll have "nah, nah, Bowery, nah, nah whiskey neat" in your head all day.
On your marks, get set...BAKE! The CBC is launching a Canadian version of the Great British Bake Off.
The cult hit Brit show—which is just week after glorious week of amateur bakers vying for the ultimate crown of Star Baker while being super supportive of each other—is being given a Canuck iteration, with casting for the Canadian show aka The Great Canadian Baking Show announced today. (Fun fact: 23 other countries, including Australia and Ireland, have their own home-grown spin on the format already).
So if you know your frangipane from your frangipani, have a passion for crafting sculpture out of bread, make a killer butter tart and want to do it all in a tent, you're going to want to sign up here.