Entertainment ‘Riverdale’ star KJ Apa loves Vancouver but finds it ‘boring’

17:13  13 october  2017
17:13  13 october  2017 Source:   Hello!

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KJ Apa has called Vancouver home since being cast as Archie in the hit teen drama Riverdale . 10’s episode of Live with Kelly and Ryan, the star said he loves the city’s diverse food selection and gym facilities but finds it hard to keep himself amused.

After a painstaking search, Riverdale finally found its Archie Andrews in up-and-coming New Zealand actor KJ Apa . The Vancouver weather is also great for it , it ’s always raining here. Before RIVERDALE , Archie Was Almost a Time-Travel Movie Starring Louis C.K.

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KJ Apa has called Vancouver home since being cast as Archie in the hit teen drama Riverdale. And while he enjoys the laid-back lifestyle the cityinspires, he has admitted to being a little bored in British Columbia.

During an appearance on Oct. 10’s episode of Live with Kelly and Ryan, the star said he loves the city’sdiverse food selection and gym facilities but finds it hard to keephimself amused.

KJ appears to besearching for an all-night party, as he went on to add, “The city’s not thebiggest city in the world, everything kind of shuts early as well, which Iguess is good.” RyanSeacrest laughed, pointing out that the early curfews keep himcoming in to work the next day, to which he responded, “Yeah, that’s right!”

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Archie aka KJ Apa from the hit Netflix series Riverdale doesn't seem too impressed with Vancouver , claiming the city is 'kind of boring ' in an interview. Visit Parksville. Celebrities & Stars , Hollywood North, Arts, News.

" Riverdale " star KJ Apa may play the incredibly attractive "boy next door" on the show, but he's aiming for another label in real life: "Daddy." Like a cold IPA is always so nice. Oh, and a burger, In-N-Out, 100 percent," he added. (Note: the drinking age in Vancouver , where the series films, is 19.)

Hopefully the city can forgive him—he’s only twenty, afterall! Otherwise, KJ has been superactive in the goings on of Vancouver. He recently joined some otherhigh-profile stars to play in the WhitecapsFC charity alumni match, which supports the B.C. Children’s Hospital.

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If the city doesn’t tickle his fancy, perhaps a Canadiangirl will! The New Zealand native recently shared a cute encounter with aVancouver native. He told Cosmopolitan that he was shopping forspeakers in the city and spotted his dream girl while she was eating lunch, “Iwas with my best friend and he was like, ‘Bro, look at that girl,’ and I lookedover and she stopped me in my tracks.”

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Thoughhe debated introducing himself for a while, finally he gave in. Apparently, themystery girl didn’t know he was an actor, “I said hi, introduced myself. I wastaking to her for about 15 minutes and I asked if we could grab a coffee orsomething.” After a few dates here and there, the spark fizzled out, KJ confessed, “[I] didn’t really feelit.”

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