Ryan Renolds awarded Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards
Ryan Renolds is on a roll. After the success of his recent success in the Netflix movie Red Notice, Reynold was awarded this year’s Governor General’s Performing Arts Award in Canada Ottawa. Twitter @ VancityReynolds

Ryan Reynolds is on a roll. After the success of his recent success in the Netflix movie Red Notice, Ryan Reynolds was awarded Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards in Canada Ottawa.

Many do not know that Ryan Reynolds is a Canadian-born celebrity. The annual award recognizes Canadian artists, experienced in the performing arts, for their hard work and effort towards making remarkable contributions towards advocating cultural growth.

The Red Notice movie star tweeted a video of Canadian musician Steven Page singing a song in his honor, We could see how happy Reynolds was after receiving the award which brought him to tears.

The best part of the lyrics was “Of all our Canadian Ryans / You’ve got to be in our top three,” the song also means that Canada is grateful for having Ryan Reynolds and contributing so much

He later leaves a comment in his tweet saying

“I’m glad I don’t have to be dead to experience something like this. I’m so beyond touched right now. I recommend making a list of people you appreciate, then immediately telling them. You don’t even have to write this list with the blood of your enemies. Just a regular pen works.”

Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds was awarded Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards

Since his first movie appearance in the 2000 movie  “Life” with Eddie Murphy, he has appeared in several films including  “,R.V“,  “The Proposal“,  “The Voices“,  “Deadpool”,  “The Captive”,  “Woman in Gold”,  “The Change-Up”,  “Life”,  “Mississippi Grind”,  “Miss Meadows”,  “Woman in Gold”,  “Furious 7”,  “Burnt”,  “Free Fire” and so much more.

Let’s congratulate Ryan Reynolds on his award and hope he continues to bring us the best entertainment and laughter.

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