Lindsay Ell


After a season of shocks and surprises, this Tuesday’s sixth’s episode of Canada’s Got Talent took us down to the final auditioners. The episode started with three consecutive circus acts. Cirque Kalabante, a four-member, Montreal-based group featuring one very bendable human pretzel, went first. The judges were both astounded and terrified. Howie Mandel loved it,

People come to Canada’s Got Talent by air, by car – and some even by pogo stick. Especially if they are members of the Xpogo Stunt Team, the first act featured Tuesday on this season’s third episode of the Citytv series. “I never thought I would say these words,” said Lilly Singh after the trio

Okay, I admit it — I’m liking this new Canada’s Got Talent way more than I thought I might. The level of talent this spring is truly impressive. Take Tuesday’s Golden Buzzer winner, 49-year-old Jeanick Fournier from Chicoutimi, QC. Mom to two adopted boys living with Downs Syndrome, the palliative care attendant took the stage