While being a celebrity, by default, relies on the success of your career throughout the years, sometimes A-listers have an extra-special 12 months that deserve a little more hype. As the years pass, more and more Canadians are rising to stardom, whether it be through acting, singing, or YouTube. However, these Canadian Celebrities 2019 accomplishments deserve a huge round of applause. 

Getting married, releasing huge blockbuster films, and being an influential Queen, are just some of the reasons why these personalities topped the list. 

Here are the Top 5 Canadian Celebs who totally killed 2019:

Ryan Reynolds

It would be more appropriate to say that Reynolds had the best decade yet. However, 2019 was a huge year in that decade for the Vancouver native. Not only did he release the blockbuster hit Detective Pikachu, but he also made a cameo in Hobbs & Shaw alongside Dwayne Johnson. 

Towards the end of the year, his Aviation Gin business took off and he was awarded the best celebrity spirit of the year. 

On a personal level, he and his wife Blake Lively also welcomed their third daughter.

Justin Bieber

It might have seemed like Bieber wasn't a force to be reckoned with in 2019, but it was actually a huge year personally for the celeb. 

Not only did he open up to the public about his mental health progress, but he got real candid with fans about how and why he was experiencing what he was. 

He also made his marriage to Hailey Bieber traditionally official in September with a beautiful wedding in South Carolina. 

To close off the decade, he's been teasing a new album for the first time in almost five years. 

Avril Lavigne 

Avril Lavigne has had a rough past couple of years but 2019 was the year she turned it all around. Coming out of her battle with Lyme disease, the Canadian artist released her first album, "Head Under Water", after six years. 

She also embarked on a sold-out world tour!

Lilly Singh 

Lilly Singh is living out a lot of YouTubers' dreams. Not only is her channel one of the most successful ever but in 2019, the Toronto native was given her very own talk show. 

A Little Late With Lilly Singh premiered in the later months of 2019 with extremely successful numbers. 

She even matched ratings with Ellen DeGeneres' first season! 

Not only is she now a television host, but she's the first late-night talk show host to be female and a person of colour. 

Sandra Oh 

You'd think Sandra Oh's strongest years would have been when she was on Grey's Anatomy, but she thrived throughout 2019. Not only was she the recipient of a Golden Globe and SAG award but she also hosted Saturday Night Live.

On top of those accomplishments, she also released a new season of Killing Eve and starred in a hilarious Air Canada commercial.


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