July 8, 2012
The Andrew Lloyd Webber stage hit, heads to Dubai for a warm welcome
During a recent press conference Wael held in Amman, Jordan, Lebanese singer Wael Jassar shared that the reason behind his absence from the scene the past six months is due to the unstable political conditions in the Arab world.
In front of an audience of more than fifteen thousand fans, Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias held a spectacular concert in the heart of Beirut where he wooed and flirted with Lebanese women, and was in turn swept away by their beauty.
The Egyptian actress is accused of fleeing the country but says she's been filming for a drama all along.
Censorship slashes swimsuit sported by actress Nabila Obeid out of TV drama.
July 7, 2012
Nancy Ajram has played in Turkey for the second time, after her promise to be back for her Turkish fans last year. She wore yellow and impressed Arabs and Turks alike.
Not a working girl in a vice sense, but a laborer who toils away in a factor, Ruby is set to star in a film depicting the lives of factory girls. She will play the lead as the main factory girl of the movie.
July 6, 2012
Maya Diab's fans have gathered in Dubai mall where she launched her Make Up Forever collection "Maya Loves Aqua"
July 5, 2012
In case you missed the closing episode
Following his performance at the Eurovision Song Contest, Englebert Humperdinck heads back to the Middle East to his adoring fans.
Egyptian actor Ahmed Al Sakka will be taking part in “Al Khutoot Al Hamra” (The Red Lines) during Ramadan. The drama marks his return to television and his first leading role in a television drama after his significant success on the big screen.
Syrian actress Rawah Yasin denied circulating rumors that she is now engaged to be married but hopes Mr. Right is coming soon.
Iraqi star Kadim Al Sahir and Najwa Karam's backing singers were among those paying tribute to Algerian legend, Warda at the recent concert for independence.
July 4, 2012
Blink and you missed her, and wouldn't know she'd been and gone to Dubai, but for her Tweet-prints, left on the Twittersphere.
Previously, legendary Syrian singer George Wassouf had openly and proudly stressed his support of the current Syrian President Bashar Al Assad and opposition of Syrian revolutionist.