Sorry for Party Rocking at the 2012 #MMVAs

  We spent another fantastic weekend in Toronto at one of the largest Canadian events. The 2012 Much Music Video Awards hosted another successful event bringing in fabulous International talent to entertain thousands of screaming teenage girls and fans across Ontario. I gave my daughter 24 hours to write this post but unfortunately she didn’t make deadline. So here’s Mom’s version of the weekend which may appear to be a lot less interesting than hers. We arrived in Toronto only to be greeted by the Naked Mile bikers (at least that’s what they called them).  I quickly realized that it … Continue reading Sorry for Party Rocking at the 2012 #MMVAs

Recap of MMVA 2011 – Life’s a Blog Weekend to Remember

Totally pumped for the 2012 MMVAs.  We are hoping to meet the Biebs, LMFAO, and Katy Perry this year.  We were not lucky enough for media accreditation, however, you know us….we’ll be reporting it as we make our own rules. We are bringing my husband and son this year, but they plan on taking in the Science Center and the ROM (nerds). I am also going to spend some time with my favorite Toronto girl Cammi!  I always enjoy spending time with her. Hopefully, I’ll have the opportunity to attend Perez Hilton’s after party, but I need someone from Cambridge … Continue reading Recap of MMVA 2011 – Life’s a Blog Weekend to Remember

Jimmy Fallon has a blast with “Call Me Maybe” and Carly Rae Jepsen

With Carly Rae Jepsen and his “Late Night” house band The Roots, Jimmy Fallon and his crew plays a variety of children’s instruments while singing the song “Call Me Maybe”.  I just love him and Jepson looks like she’s having a great time as well. This is great promotion for Jepsen as she sets to launch into many summer of performances, including the MMVAs and KISS 92.5 FM’s Wham Bam on August 16th at the Molson Amphitheater in Toronto, Ontario. Continue reading Jimmy Fallon has a blast with “Call Me Maybe” and Carly Rae Jepsen

Our MMVA Experience Sans The Show

It was a weekend to remember and another mother/daughter event to embrace.  Again, even without the wristbands, we still had the ultimate experience. I have a sneaking suspicion that people think we’re strange.  The girl’s look at her and wonder strangely why she’d attend an event like this ESPECIALLY with her mother.  Same goes for me.  I know people wonder why a grown woman shows such an enthusiastic interest in an event like this or the Toronto Film Festival.  Why would I encourage my daughter to do frivolous things like this? Avril Lavigne Well actually it’s a wonderful opportunity to … Continue reading Our MMVA Experience Sans The Show