Erin Cebula

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Erin Cebula
Alma materBCIT
Occupation(s)TV reporter and host
TelevisionGlobal Television Network
SpouseShawn Lee[1]

Erin Cebula is a Canadian television personality and former reporter for Entertainment Tonight Canada.[2][3] Cebula first became an entertainment reporter for the and is known for her pre- and post-game coverage of the CBS show Survivor.[4] That led to her next job as host of the TV program Urban Rush, a daily hour-long live show.[4][5] In 2007, she was host of the Vancouver-based show Makeover Wish, which aired on HGTV.[6] In 2009, after interviewing Michael Bublé multiple times for ET Canada, she asked for, and was given, a small appearance in his video for Haven't Met You Yet.[7]

Cebula grew up in Aldergrove, British Columbia, where she was raised on a hobby farm.[8] She obtained a diploma in television broadcasting from BCIT.[8] Cebula was a snow instructor before getting into TV as a career.[1] Prior to working on Urban Rush, she worked off screen as an editor for James Barber's The Urban Peasant.[8] Cebula and her husband Shawn Lee live in Mount Pleasant, Vancouver.[1][9][7]

As of 2014, she is the West Coast correspondent for ET Canada.[4]


  1. ^ a b c MacFarlane, Lisa (June 12, 2009). "The perfect ride for a spring snowboarding weekend". Vancouver Sun. Postmedia. p. G.14. ...Erin's husband Shawn Lee...
  2. ^ Marika Siewert, 2010, Unlock magazine, An interview with Entertainment Tonight Canada host Erin Cebula, Accessed June 14, 2014
  3. ^ Anna Dupas, December 21, 2012, BC Living, BC's 10 Most Beautiful People, Accessed June 15, 2014, "..Erin Cebula - TV Personality.."
  4. ^ a b c Craig, Liberty (March–April 2011). "Staying Fresh in the Spotlight: An Interview with Erin Cebula". Retrieved June 14, 2014.
  5. ^ Griffin, Kevin (September 5, 2002). "Shaw presents new face of Urban Rush: Broadcaster, actor will debut Sept. 16". The Vancouver Sun. Postmedia. p. B1. Of the two new hosts, the more recognizable is Cebula from her stints working for Global Television.
  6. ^ "ERIN CEBULA". WestEnder. Vancouver, BC: Torstar Syndication Services. April 19, 2007. p. 11. As the host of HGTV's Vancouver-based Makeover Wish, ...
  7. ^ a b Fleming, Andrew (March 28, 2014). "Killarney Market gets its 15 minutes of fame: Bublé video features ET Canada Reporter". Vancouver Courier. Glacier Community Media. Archived from the original on June 15, 2014. Retrieved June 15, 2014.
  8. ^ a b c "New cable co-host started in Aldergrove". Langley Advance. Postmedia. September 13, 2002. p. 13.
  9. ^ "my digs". WestEnder. Torstar Syndication Services. September 28, 2006. p. 40.

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