December 8, 2013
More film screenings, book fairs, and live performances are yours for the attending across Egypt this week! Check it out!
We're not the only ones in sorrow over the loss of an iconic political figure. Many of our region's celebs have taken to social media to remember the late Nelson Mandela.
Yeah, baby yeah! Vanilla Ice is going to rock your world on New Year's Eve in Dubai. Buy your tickets now, before it's too late!
December 7, 2013
Kuwaitis clearly don't want Mayada El Henawi in their country... but why?
Who knew that the late Warda enjoyed football?
December 6, 2013
Arabia's sweetheart Nancy Ajram has released a sassy new song, showing a side of Nancy not normally seen! "Ma Aw'idak Ma Agheer" (I will not Promise I will not be Jealous) holds strong feelings of love, doubt, jealousy and pride between lovers.
The documentary following politically diverse Egyptian revolutionaries is on the short list for next year's Oscar's with tall hopes of snatching the award.
December 5, 2013
You can finally purchase your ticket to watch the thrilling Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour by Cirque du Soleil in Dubai.
Sulaf Fawakherji has started filming her second movie this year. Which one will you go to the movies for?
Lebanese songstress Dominique Hourani can now be heard on music channels with her latest music video "Batal Fiya" (I Cannot Take It Anymore).
Egyptian actor Khaled Al Nabawi is doing super well for himself in Hollywood! Now, he's got a new movie out, but the reviews are mixed. American wannabe, or aspiring Middle Eastern actor - you decide!
Awkward alert! Syrian actor Abed Fahed was embarrassed by Lebanese musician Elias Rahbani who had no idea who he was at the Al Biaq Festival.
Dina happens to be the most wanted belly dancer in Egypt, but who does she think is as good at shaking it as her?
Dubai International Film Festival begins tomorrow and will include a film and a jury head that have been awarded envious titles by The New York Film Critics.
Known for digging deep into celebrities' personal lives, "Qasr Al Kalam" (The Palace Gossip) television host, Wafa Al Kilani, failed to get a single gossipy detail out of the show's guest, Egyptian actress Somaya Al Khashab.