31 كانون الأول/ديسمبر 2013
After being delayed due to hip problems, then holding out for a post-play honeymoon, Newlywed songstress Carole Samaha will head out with her hubby at last, as soon as "Al Sayeda" closes its final curtain next week.
Fashionista Myriam Fares steps into the Casablanca airport with a wave and a smile in preparation of her New Year's Eve concert.
Egyptian actress Ghada Abdel Razek burst out in tears of joy at the premiere screening of her new movie “Al Jarsoneera.”
Front row seats to the stunning fireworks that will fill the sky, a romantic dining experience, or getting your dancing shoes worn in with some international music are just a few of the ways the Emirati socialites are planning to spend their cash tonight and say goodbye to 2013.
We lost a number of remarkable artists in 2013, who left an unprecedented cultural wealth behind.
Alongside Hollywood actors Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman, Egyptian actor Amr Waked stars in a sci-fi thriller that's currently in post-production.
Majid Bahrami’s cancer is back, and he is currently in Germany receiving treatments again. The Iranian actor has a large and generous fan base who are dedicated to to raise funds to restore his health once more.
As all divas know, the most important part of prepping for an epic New Year's Eve gig is to don the most ridiculous pair of boots ever known to man.
Who's been chasing after Wael Kfoury in Lebanon?
30 كانون الأول/ديسمبر 2013
Were you looking forward to Season 2 of the X Factor Arabia this year? Well, you're just gonna have to hold your breath a bit longer now.
UAE singer Hussain Al Jasmi was honored with the “Best Arab Artist 2013” award by the Arab Radio and Television (ART) annual awards. Surprised? We aren't!
Ragheb Alama's wife, Jihan, was awarded for her creative jewellery designs by Massimo Gargia in Paris.
As one of the few white rappers back in the day, Vanilla Ice (who comes to Dubai tomorrow) claims his rise to fame made it possible for others like Eminem to carve their way into hip hop too.
Thank you, Cirque du Soleil, for keeping the memory of Michael Jackson alive and in Dubai tonight!
After a slew of UAE superstar concerts were cancelled at the eleventh hour, Melhem Barakat jokes that he might just perform for his family instead.