January 27, 2014
No stranger to the red carpet, Haifa Wehbe shows off her own sense of style at the 2014 Grammy Awards.
Dominique Hourani is in love again and says she's no problem spending her money on her man!
Ahmed Ezz has denied being married to Zeina, but what about the twins that she's just given birth to? Are they his?
Wow, we can't believe that Hamada Helal has finally posted a picture of his family!
Bellydancer Dina has a new movie coming out, but has she chosen her bestie Saad El Soghayar to star in it?
Stepping into uncharted cinematic territory of religious discrimination within the country of Egypt, acclaimed director Amr Salama surprisingly stays sensitive to the troubles and triumphs of a young Coptic boy in a public school.
January 26, 2014
Ghada Abdel Razek and director Mohammad Sami are finally in court to solve their drama from last year!
Wael Kfoury posted a short poem for Elissa; is it love or are they just recording a duet together?
As if we needed another excuse to go see the controversial film "La Mu'akhatha" (Excuse My French), knowing that Hind Sabri plays a Coptic bride in one scene makes us even more pumped to watch the show revealing the extent of religious discrimination in Egypt.
After describing her other Ramadan 2014 show "Al Wajiha" as a game changer for her career because of the uniqueness of her character, the project she's currently filming, "Thuraya", is also said to be different than any other she's tackled in the past.
Haifa Wehbe's latest movie "Rouh's Beauty" has finally been allowed to hit the silver screen.
All the guests bust a move to the tunes of Fares Karam on an upcoming episode of Asala Nasri's show "Soula". Watch it, and you might be shaking your groove thing too!
Nour El Sherif is a very brave man; he quit smoking cold turkey and is now recovering from a medical trip to London.
Music lovers and joyride seekers, head out to Sinai's Nuweiba this weekend for an independent music experience in Bug Dune.
After receiving raging success across the Middle East, Turkish soap operas are finding fame and fortune beyond the region in places like China, Russia, and more.