August 30, 2012
SIx years after his death, legendary Algerian song writer Al Hashimi Qarbawi, is at the centre of a musical battle between Lebanese diva Majida Al Roumi and Moroccan singer Latifa Raafat, who both want the rights to songs written and composed by the late folk musician.
It sounds like a cross between a TV challenge show, or movie 'A FishCalled Wanda', but the hit DJ and producer from the legendary hip hopband "A Tribe Called Quest’s" will perform for one night only nextmonth in Dubai.
Giving up a career in economics and political sciences was a gamble that has certainly paid off for Dorra Zarrouk. The Tunisian actress, who is commonly known by her first name only!
Arriving in Dubai the first thing lovesick Nicole Scherzinger did was call Hamilton, talking to him for half an hour inher room.
Twitter has set tongues-wagging this week by revealing the value of the Middle East's most prolific celebrity tweeters pages.
Some of the behind-the-scenes controversy and drama from'Omar', MBC's biggest drama production ever in the history of theArabic television.
The X-Factor pop duo are in town to film a segment of the UKversion of the reality show at Dubai's Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, andthey're wasting no time painting the town red.
This October’s Atelier/Festival is turning into a showcase of fresh music with the third confirmed act announced today, Nelly.
August 29, 2012
Asala Nasri's back causing shudders among her peer group, who are still unnerved by her all-out support for bringing down Assad. Nawal al Zoughbi is snubbing the TV hostess-singer by dodging her show.
Muslims, Christians, Arabs and Kurds make sweet music together for a performance in London.
Homeland - the big hit TV show - is arriving in the UAE via OSN. The TV success stars Claire Danes’ as a CIA officer out to prove war hero is actually a terrorist. Season 1 begins on August 28 at 10pm on OSN First HD and OSN First.
As Tunisian singer Saber Al Rebai looks forward to his upcoming stint as a judge on the Middle East's version of popular TV talent show 'The Voice', he says that he will be looking for just that.
It was close friends and family only for the Egyptian actress's low-key celebration.
After flaunting her acting skills in TV drama hit 'Ruby', Cyrine Abdel Nour takes her talents to the big screen.
The Emirati rapper of 'Who's Sain' launched his new single yesterday.