Sonya Bell

Sonya Bell

Sonya Bell is an award-winning writer and humorist who used to report the news for iPolitics.ca but now makes fun of the news for This Hour Has 22 Minutes. She is a regular contributor to Maclean's.
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Why you should care about ‘Orphan Black’

And all your burning questions—about the show, Season 3, killer clones and Tatiana Maslany—answered
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Arts

Thank you, Shania Twain

Shania may still be most famous for her midriff, but her musical legacy is everywhere today—from Taylor Swift to TV’s ’Nashville’
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Culture

An obituary to ’American Idol’: How an era ended

The biggest reality show of the 21st century is over. And it’s because we no longer need it.
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Bruce Jenner’s perfectly imperfect transition

From 2015: Rather than emerging as a fully formed butterfly, he’s showing the world what happens inside the cocoon.
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Culture

What’s missing from the Justin Bieber Apology Tour

The comedy roast is all well and good, but the troubled pop star needs to take a page from the Miley Cyrus playbook
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Culture

Why Alanis still matters

Two decades on, as Alanis Morissette beats Queen Celine to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, the legacy of ’Jagged Little Pill’ is more alive than ever
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Culture

Sex, aging and the very strange career of Julianne Moore

Fearless Oscar winner blazes revolutionary path for women in Hollywood
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Arts

Sia’s genius Grammys move—and what is so wrong about it

In order to protect her anonymity, Sia thrust a 12-year-old girl in a nude leotard into the spotlight. Ironic at very best.
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Culture

Super Bowl: Did Katy Perry just jump the shark?

In a 12-minute set in front of 110 million people, the pop star was the perfect entertainer. Now what?