TDot TV's Sarah Sternfels takes you inside the 2014 Starlight Children's Foundation Gala, a London themed extravaganza that raised more than $500,000 in support of providing smiles, laughter and joy at a time when children need it most. Sarah chats with MTV Canada's Aliya-Jasmine Sovani, Love It or List It's Hilary Farr, ET Canada on-air personality Sangita Patel, The Trews and many others. 3:45
Matt Borrelli takes you inside the 8th annual SMUT Soirée, where more than 1,000 celebrity gossip lovers assembled to hear Canada's leading gossip blogger, Lainey Lui, provide dirt on many of today's top celebrities along with Co-Host Dan Levy. The night also marked the first public appearance of all four Hosts of CTV's new daytime talk show, The Social. Traci Melchor (eTalk), Melissa Grelo (CP24 Breakfast) and Cynthia Loyst all joined Lainey for this first public appearance. Matt chats with all of them in addition to SMUT Soirée co-creators Ashleigh Dempster and Amanda Blakley. 4:30
Matt Borrelli sits down with the cast of CTV's new original comedy series, SATISFACTION, for a rooftop patio chat. The show stars Luke Macfarlane (Brothers & Sisters), Leah Renee (The Playboy Club), and Ryan Belleville (National Lampoon's Going the Distance), with writing by Tim McAuliffe (The Office, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon). 4:00
TDot TV's Jeremy Singer caught up with Canada Sings; judges Vanilla Ice and Laurieann Gibson. Vanilla Ice is the creative force behind the hit home improvement show The Vanilla Ice Project, and is best known for his hit rap song Ice Ice Baby, which was the first rap single in history to top the Billboard charts.
Laurieann Gibson is a Toronto native and an Emmy-nominated Creative Director and VMA-winning Choreographer. Her client list is a who's who of the music industry: Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, P Diddy, Keri Hilson, Nicki Minaj, Mary J Blige and many others.
They discuss their role on Canada Sings with TDot TV, and give some insights into their upcoming projects! Canada Sings brings everyday working Canadians together from some of the most dynamic workplaces in the country, to form extraordinary glee clubs and compete against another workplace team. Each week, two teams face off on the Canada Sings stage, singing and dancing their hearts out for a chance to win $25,000 for a charity that ignites their passion.