April 7, 2013
Syrian actress Dima Bayaa will be taking part in a new Saudi comedy to be aired during the coming holy month of Ramadan.
Broken hearts and extended dreams was the theme of Episode Six. Judges completed the arduous taks of narrowing down the final twenty seven.
In a small gathering at Tony Saba's studio, Shatha Hassoun gave Melhem Barakat a birthday surprise.
Syrian actress Jenny Asper’s first baby is an American girl! The actress gave birth in New York and named her first born ‘Sandy’.
A Facebook group called Haters of Tamer Hosny want the Egyptian soinfget to make his US holiday permanent.
April 6, 2013
The third week of live shows sees a remarkable better looking set of wannabes but no change with the judges' squabbling.
The region's hottest star says he's still on the market as he hasn't yet found the right woman to settle down with.
Highlights from the world's favorite operettas will be performed in the region's most loved classical music venue.
This year the Birds Eye View Film festival in London will be focusing on female Arab directors and their work.
April 5, 2013
The much-loved Egyptian actress is gearing up for a new part in a Ramadan drama.
The Omani actress casts aside the likes of Haifa and Cyrine to come out victorious in the 'Arabian Beauty Queen' contest.
April 4, 2013
Sharjah is set to be the site of an Indian top actor's Gangnam style 'break' this weekend. Mohanlal may be a little late into the game, since Psy's introducing new work: Move over Gangnam and step in 'Gentleman' style as his second international 'release'.
Palestine has a new secret weapon and its striking fear into the heart of the competition in the entertainment industry. Doc Jazz is a surgeon and musical activist who presents Palestinians with all-purpose cures for their spiritual or physical malaise.
As an exercise in bolstering the cultural exchange between Egypt and Italy, the Egyptian Academy of Arts in Rome hosts the Egyptian Film Week from 2 - 6 April.
There were sighs of disappointment as frustrated fans in Brussels were left with a wasted evening on their hands and no sight of Assala Nasri, let alone token Belgian chocolates to make up for the loss.