‘Gold Digger’? ‘Clique’? ‘Bound 2’? I don’t know if any of Kanye’s songs really capture the spirit of this international sports event.
Regardless, the honorary Kardashian will perform at the Pan Am Games closing ceremony on July 26 at Toronto’s Rogers Centre. Serena Ryder and Pitbull will also perform.
The 20-day event is reportedly costing around $2.5 billion dollars, most of which is government funds. So basically The Hollywood Mag’s taxes (we’re based in Toronto) are paying for this concert. But our question is, why isn’t a Canadian performing? We have so many to choose from! Maybe Celine Dion and Shania Twain are busy, but what about Michael Bublé, Justin Bieber, Drake, or The Weeknd?
If you’re in town and want to go, tickets are available at Ticketmaster, and go up to $205.
Let’s hope for those shelling out the big bucks that this show is better than Kanye’s heavily censored and smoky Billboard Music Awards performance.
In other exciting concert news, Taylor Swift was joined by Jason Derulo, Lorde, HAIM, The Weeknd and more celebrity friends at recent stops on her 1989 tour.
Last night Swifty performed in Washington when Derulo joined her on stage to sing a special version of his song ‘Want to Want Me.’
In New Jersey she was joined on stage by Girls’ Lena Dunham, models Gigi Hadid, Hailee Steinfeld, and Lily Aldridge.
Last month, Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Karlie Kloss, Cara Delevingne, Martha Hunt, and Serena Williams joined her onstage at London’s British Summertime Festival.
In other words, get your 1989 tickets because chances are you will get to see more than just Swift!
Leia Smoudianis is a west coaster freezing her bum off in Toronto. The former (yet still very bitter) server is now selling vacuums on The Shopping Channel and hoping to get adopted by the Kardashians.
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