Nicole Arbour Wiki – biography, height
Born Name: Nicole Arbour
Nick Name: Nicole
Age: Nicole Arbour is currently 30 according to her birthdate June 26, 1985
Sun Sign: Cancer
Born Place: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Height: 5 ft 9 in or 175 cm
Weight: 65 kg or 143 pounds
Measurements: 36-27-35 in or 91.5-68.5-89 cm
Dress Size: 8 (US)
Bra Size: 34B
Nicole Arbour Boyfriend
Tavis Stanley (2008-2009) – From 2008 to 2009, she and rock band Art of Dying’s guitarist, Tavis Stanley were an item. In 2009, they were even titled as “Canada’s Coolest Couple.”
Matt Webb (2012-2014) – Nicole, then started dating Marianas Trench lead guitarist, Matt Webb in 2012. They dated for about years and called it quits in March 2014.
Matthew Santoro (2015) – Canadian YouTube personality and former accountant, Matthew Santoro then hooked up with Nicole for couple of months in early 2015.
Nicole Arbour Biography
Nicole Arbour is a Canadian musician, actress, choreographer, dancer, and comedian from Hamilton, Ontario.
Arbour is a former cheerleader for the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association. As an actress, Arbour appeared in Howie Do It, and Silent But Deadly. In September 2015, Arbour became the subject of controversy when she posted a viral video on her YouTube channel entitled “Dear Fat People.” Arbour futhers the notion that fat-shaming is “not a real thing” because it does not involve discrimination under what she considers to be legitimate grounds. Critics argue the video endorses fat shaming. The video was temporarily unavailable on YouTube, over claims that it violated the YouTube terms of service, but was later restored. Director Pat Mills fired Arbour from an upcoming movie after seeing the video. On September 10, 2015, Arbour, via Twitter denied ever having any form of involvement in the film. Arbour’s single “Bang Bang” was released on April 30, 2013. In June 2015, her single and music video to “Fun Revolution” was released.
Arbour dated Matt Webb of Marianas Trench.
On September 9, 2015, YouTuber Rob Dyke appeared on the Todd Shapiro Show on SiriusXM Radio and claimed that Matthew Santoro reported being physically abused and manipulated by Nicole Arbour during their relationship. During the same conversation, Rob Dyke made reference to a situation in which Santoro had contacted Dyke via a phone call, in which Santoro allegedly told Dyke of a situation in which Arbour threatened suicide in order to harm Santoro’s career if he did not do as he was told.