July 9, 2013
Tamer Hagras' inauguration into the world of comedy starts in the hilarious upcoming TV show called 'Jawz Mama' (Mom's Husband).
Breaking up is hard to do, but getting back together must be pretty easy for Amal Arafa and her hubby. She thought she couldn't live with Abdul Monem, then realized she can't live without 'em.
July 8, 2013
It's a war of words right now with Syrian songstress Asala Nasri and Egyptian home-girl Angham posting patriotic songs with the very same title within days of each other!
Over 8000 fans make the scene at Jerash's big bash of the year. The weekend concerts at the music festival were a smashing success.
Kitkat gave a Bahraini his big break. The comedian to win the title of 'Funniest in the Arab World' went to Bahraini comedian Waddah Swar in the 'Kitkat Comedy Break' held in Dubai!
Never Say Never: Halima Poland says yes to anything exciting, and a Bond-inspired show is just what we need!
Turkish soap operas are THE ones to watch nowadays. They're fun, edgy and original. But one Egyptian actress, Wafaa Amer ain't too happy about that!
Jumana Murad is a woman who knows what she wants and is talented enough to get it! The Syrian actress has added 'no stunt doubles' for her role in Far'oun" (Pharaoh) to her list of demands.
Majida El Roumi is used to being shown the love from fans all over the region, so why did the Tunisian press not take too kindly to her?
Whenever we hear the name Jiji Lamara we instantly associate it with superstar Nancy Ajram, but things are about to change peeps...
While we wait for this year’s Arab film festivals to introduce some brand new modern-day classics, let's have a look at these five notables from 2012.
Hope, courage and peace are all what Cairokee sing about. This time, they sang for the fall of President Mohamed Morsi.
July 7, 2013
Kanye West and his bride to be Kim Kardashian have reportedly become engaged and Kim has her heart set on a Middle East destination wedding - and the lucky location is slated to be volatile Egypt
Syrian celebs overjoyed at Egyptian President Morsi's ousting, and now praying for the same fate for Al Assad.
Tamer Hosny sings it up for his homeland in "Masr Al Salam" (Egypt the Peaceful) and tweets a love note to General Al Sisi.