WATCH: Schitt’s Creek’s Noah Reid Catherine Ohara In wigs photos goes viral: Noah Reid has honored the Schitt’s Creek costar, Catherine O’Hara, on Friday as part of the 2021 edition of Canada’s Governor-General’s Performing Arts Awards during which O’Hara received a Lifetime Achievement award, this was done in order to pay tribute to the legendary comedienne. He performed a touching cover of a classic from another Canadian icon, singing Joni Mitchell’s “A Case For You” but more importantly, he wore various wigs that instantly recalled the O’Hara as Moira Rose on the beloved Emmys-sweeping sitcom. Reid serenade performed at a piano by the sea somewhere. Follow More Update On GalantHub
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It was shown side by side with a video of O’Hara which has gotten so many emotional and delightful reactions, he had a favorite, the actress quipped as the pre-taped performance concluded referring to a blonde, curly-haired. There are a spectacular number of Reid flaunted throughout the video, she stated before wiping away her tears, she doesn’t blame him which is very flattering, Dan Levy has also shared the video on Instagram, he stated he is going to be watching this forever and he congratulated Catherine for the achievement.
The award of the Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards for Lifetime Artistic Achievement are given each year to five recipients in the categories of theatre, classical music, popular music, and broadcasting, and film, O’Hara stated while receiving the award “If I have managed to somehow contribute something to the entertainment and culture of Canada, it’s only because I was born and raised in this beautiful country to an Irish Catholic Canadian family, and I was given the great gift of getting to work with the best Canadian coworkers.”
It seems like fans and her co-stars are pretty proud of her and everyone is congratulating her on the internet as of this point in time, it seems like there are going to be further details in the case in the coming days and weeks and we are going to be on our toes to provide you with further details as soon as something comes under our radar regarding the story.