This Week On ET Canada: Work & play, plagiarism, and beauty, plain & simple

This Week On ET Canada: Work & play, plagiarism, and beauty, plain & simple

It’s that time again when we visit our sister site, etcanada.com, to see which infotainment gems they have on offer that will not only enrich your TV-watching experience but enrich your life as a whole.

Stars On Vacation

It’s time for some VIP R&R! See which exotic locals stars flock to, and what they do when it’s time to get away from the glare of the spotlight.

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18 Songs Accused Of Being Rip-Offs

Who knew a rip-off could be so costly? Copyright lawyers, that’s who. Robin Thicke and Pharrell will have to pony up over $7 million for stealing from Marvin Gaye to create “Blurred Lines”. Claims of tune theft are nothing new. For as long as there’s been music, there’s also been accusations of musical plagiarism. Some tunes borrow, some tunes steal and some tunes are just a victim of mistaken identity. Here are 18 tracks that have stood accused of ripping off a previous work.

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The Week’s Top Beauty Looks: Hit Or Miss?

Here’s who rocked some of the biggest beauty trends this week. Now have your say on which beauty looks you’d like to copy and which ones you’d never dare to DIY.

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Shania Twain’s Biggest Hits

Music superstars rarely come as colossal as Shania Twain. The country-pop icon isn’t just a celebrated recording artist, she’s a bonafide cultural institution. To celebrate Shania taking over ET Canada, here’s a look at 10 of the Canadian chart conquerer’s most mega-sized hits. (Make no mistake, you know ALL the words to these classics.)

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