Bill Cosby will be ending the year on a significant low note, and his New Year could prove to be better – north of the border, anyway.
The 77-year-old comedian, who has been buried by a series of historic sex assault allegations in recent months, still has three Canadian tour dates booked in January. But there are vocal calls to cancel the concerts, and even a request for those who bought tickets before the sexual assault allegations came to light to heckle and disrupt the performance.
Hollywood director Judd Apatow, for one, has been demanding three upcoming Canadian Cosby performances be shut down, challenging the venues to lock out the embattled aged comedian.
Apatow called out venues in Kitchener, Ont., and London, Ont., over the weekend, urging them to cancel Cosby’s performances in light of allegations leveled by more than two dozen women.Read More »from Should hecklers shout down Bill Cosby's upcoming Ontario appearances?