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More than 1.2 million votes were cast over six weeks, as each of 10 advocates made their case for the top 10 nominees.George made a personal and passionate case for Tommy Douglas, Canada's "father of medicare", and Douglas was named the winner of the contest.It was advertised as a similar show to American Idol and Rock Star but with the twist that contestants would "live together in a fully functioning music academy", with their actions documented similar to the Big Brother format.The show was reportedly the most expensive summer series in the history of the ABC network. The series was cancelled after just two weeks (four episodes) with the final results undecided on July 27, 2006 with no plans for any further episodes.George Strombolopoulos is a Canadian TV who is rumored to be coming to CNN. I know some people who used to hang out with him here in Toronto. I remember when he was on Much Music, that's the closest I have to gossip on him (i.e., I have no gossip on him). I've heard him claim to be straight in a believable fashion. He was terrible for years but has learned on the job, and has always a cool likable vibe. He is straight and smells bad, all about sports and booze, dive bars and cigarettes, but he has cleaned it up finally. In Canada gays and straight are known to hang together.He likes my bf better than me, cuz he has good weed a cool island accent.The Strombo Show broadcast from 102.1 The Edge's Toronto studio and on other radio stations in the Corus Entertainment network, including CFOX-FM in Vancouver, Power 97 in Winnipeg, FM96 in London and Y108 in Hamilton. On January 17, 2005, the first episode of The Hour went to air.In the show's seventh season, in 2010, the show's name changed to George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, and it was shortened from one hour to half an hour.
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George is nutty, eclectic and smarter than many on CNN, but he was no beacon at the CBC. They do come to Canada to shill too, ya know and we have a small film festival(ha) and industry here, huge concert venues where we pay big bucks to see big names, and we read more, etc. We are not more polite, but slightly less obsessed with celebrities personal lives.