Shania Twain and Katherine Ryan Join the Judging Panel of “Canada’s Got Talent”

Canadian TV News

The fourth* season of “Canada’s Got Talent” welcomes two new judges to the panel: Canadian country music icon Shania Twain and Canadian-born comedian Katherine Ryan. They join returning judges Howie Mandel and Kardinal Offishall, adding their unique expertise and dynamic personalities to the hit competition series.

Twain, often hailed as the “Queen of Country Pop,” expressed her excitement about discovering Canada’s hidden talents, stating, “Canada! I’m really excited to discover the amazing talent you have to share… It’s my honor to sit back and see you at your best. Let’s go, my fellow Canadians!”

Ryan, known for her sharp wit and hilarious commentary, has built a successful career in the UK, appearing on numerous television shows and comedy specials.

“Canada’s Got Talent” has provided a platform for a diverse range of entertainers since its premiere in 2012, with winners like Jeanick Fournier and Rebecca Strong capturing the nation’s hearts.

The new season of “Canada’s Got Talent” will begin production in fall 2024, with a spring 2025 premiere date. Aspiring contestants can now audition through

*This is the fourth season produced by Citytv following it’s revival in 2021. The show aired for one season in 2012.

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