Start your day off right with five things you need to know this morning.
Five things you need to know
1. Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance debuts on Lifetime
With the Royal Wedding just a few days away, Lifetime debutted Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance on Sunday night. The reviews were good and people were quite impressed with the casting of Harry and Meghan, but significantly less impressed with the casting of Prince William.
— Lifetime (@lifetimetv) May 7, 2018
2. Mo Salah sets a new record for goals in an EPL season
The English Premier League has a new goal scoring king. Mohamed (Mo) Salah broke the record of 31, previously set by Luis Suarez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Alan Shearer, with his 32 goal of the season on Sunday. The record setting total obviously earned him this season’s golden boot as well, which he received after the game.
3. Ryan Reynolds makes random appearance on Korean singing show
The pride of Vancouver, Ryan Reynolds, is currently in Korea doing publicity for Deadpool 2, but he also found time to make a guest appearance on a popular Korean singing show. Reynolds was on King of Mask Singer, belting out Tomorrow from Annie while wearing a unicorn mask. When he revealed himself at the end of the song, the crowd went crazy to say the least.
4. 12-year-old Vancouver girl sings to P!nk at Rogers Arena
A 12-year-old Vancouver girl is likely still on cloud nine after an unforgettable moment this weekend. Victoria Anthony campaigned to get the chance to show off her voice at this weekend’s P!nk concert and she ended up getting the opportunity. With P!nk right in front of her, Anthony sang beautifully in front of thousands of people that had packed Rogers Arena.
5. The WHL, OHL and QMJHL playoffs are in the books
The playoffs are done for all three CHL leagues, which means only the Memorial Cup is left to be played. Joining the Pats in Regina for the Memorial Cup will be the WHL champion Swift Current Broncos, the OHL champion Hamilton Bulldogs and the QMJHL champion Acadie-Bathurst Titan.
Notable Birthdays (via Famous Birthdays)
Mark Zuckerberg (34), George Lucas (74), Rob Gronkowski (29), Miranda Cosgrove (25), Martin Garrix (22), Clay Matthews (32), Frank Gore (35), Roy Halladay (1977-2017)