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Trish Stratus Announced As Judge on “Canada’s Got Talent”

Updated: Aug 2, 2023

The revival of Canada’s Got Talent gets “stratusfaction guaranteed.”

Trish Stratus will become a judge on Simon Cowell’s second “Got Talent” competition show in Canada will air on Citytv in the Spring of 2022. Stratus will join YouTube personality Lilly Singh, America’s Got Talent judge Howie Mandel and musician Kardinal Offishall as judges on the show. Lindsay Ell will be hosting the show.

The seven-time Women’s Champion reacted to the news on Instagram and wrote, “Guys… it is time to rock & roll! I am so excited to finally share that I will be in the judges’ chair for Canada’s Got Talent! Ahhh!! So honored for the opportunity to join the Got Talent brand!! Any guesses on who will be joining me on the judges’ panel?? Name your favourite Canadian in the comments below for alike, then click the link in my bio or swipe up in my story to find out if you were right! And hit that follow on @cangottalent and @city_tv for all the updates, and we will see you this Spring! #cgt #stratusfactionguaranteed”.

The show initially aired for one season on Citytv in 2012. The following year Stratus was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. Despite being retired from pro wrestling, she has expressed her interest in wrestling “The Boss” Sasha Banks. During an interview on WWE’s The Bump, Banks believes that Stratus dodges her one-on-one match. “I am waiting for Trish. That is all on her. I feel like she has been dodging me; she has not been answering my calls. I am all game. I am always ready, and I stay ready. So, whenever Trish is ready for me, she knows where to find me.”

Trish hasn’t responded back to Banks as of right now. However, you can catch Trish Stratus coming to your tv screen in 2022. Check out the interview where she discussed who she would like to face on the current roster, who she thinks should be in the next Hall of Fame and her favorite Lita moments.


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