Zulekha Nathoo

Digital/Broadcast reporter, L.A.

Zulekha Nathoo is an entertainment reporter based in Los Angeles. From the Oscars to the Grammys, she's interviewed some of the biggest names in showbiz including Celine Dion, Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie. She also works on-air, having spent more than a decade at CBC news stations across Canada. Follow her on Twitter/Instagram: @zulekhanathoo.

Latest from Zulekha Nathoo

Royal Canadian Legion uses Fortnite to reach young people on Remembrance Day

The Royal Canadian Legion is trying to reach young people they say are becoming more disconnected with veterans and war history — and it's using the wildly popular video game Fortnite to get its message across.

Apple TV Plus promises star-studded content, but can it compete in the streaming wars?

Apple TV Plus boasts A-list content, including shows starring Jennifer Aniston and Aquaman's Jason Momoa, in order to compete in the increasingly saturated market of streaming services.

Why sneaker culture is becoming an investment on par with art

Unique kicks are no longer just private streetwear collectibles: They're increasingly being recognized as a form of art by high-rolling investors.

'We stand with you': Choir!Choir!Choir! performs at U.S.-Mexico border

Choir!Choir!Choir!, a viral Toronto-based singing group, staged a performance at the U.S.-Mexico border, saying the decision was based on a desire to foster community rather than on politics alone.

Blizzard will return prize money to Hong Kong esports player following backlash

Video game behemoth Activision Blizzard is returning prize money and reducing its ban on a Hong Kong-based pro esports player who made political comments on air after a win.

Divisive abortion law won't drive Tyler Perry out of Georgia. He's doubling down

Director-producer Tyler Perry, best known for creating more than 10 films centred around the tough-talking, elderly character Madea, officially opened a landmark studio lot in Atlanta, Ga. Saturday.

Dan Levy, 'out and proud' Schitt's Creek star, accepts GLAAD award

Canadian Dan Levy, showrunner and star of the TV comedy Schitt's Creek, received a GLAAD award Saturday evening in San Francisco for promoting acceptance of the LGBTQ community.

From Scarborough to Hollywood and back: 2 star brothers promote homegrown talent

Stephan James and brother Shamier Anderson are working with some of Hollywood's biggest talent but they haven't forgotten their roots up north.

Margaret Atwood's The Testaments gets early release — by accident

Margaret Atwood's highly anticipated novel The Testaments, a sequel to her 1985 bestseller The Handmaid's Tale, was shipped out to some U.S. Amazon customers a week early by mistake.

Renowned German fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh dead at 74

Renowned German fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh, who worked in the 1980s and 1990s with supermodels like Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss and Linda Evangelista, has died at age 74.

Tone-deaf or great marketing? Controversial ads can help brands stand out

Dior pulled a new cologne ad after the luxury brand was accused of cultural appropriation, but not before it generated multiple mentions, hashtags and conversations on social media.

Experts weigh in on repercussions of Disney's growing footprint in Hollywood

Disney's lucrative film acquisitions and upcoming streaming service mean more projects under one roof, but that can come at a price.

SoulCycle's billionaire investor has fashion ties you might not know about

Those calling for a boycott of companies like SoulCycle and Equinox following a controversial fundraiser for Donald Trump might find themselves facing a long list of beloved companies with similar ties.

Universal Pictures cancels release of The Hunt following mass shootings

Universal Pictures has announced it's cancelling the release of its upcoming thriller The Hunt after "thoughtful consideration."

'What will it take?': Dayton, El Paso shootings renew Hollywood calls for gun control

Rihanna, Chris Evans and Reese Witherspoon are among the Hollywood stars renewing calls for gun control following two mass shootings in the U.S. within 24 hours.