May 5, 2014
Looks like Saeed Saleh's immune system is giving up on him, as he's in hospital following a downhill deterioration in his health this week.
Too many women in one place can be cause for a cat fight, but Horeya Farghaly says that's not the case on the set of her new TV drama “Amrad Nisaeyah” (Women’s Illnesses).
Get your dance shoes ready because one of the biggest dance party events in the world will be taking over Dubai this October.
May 4, 2014
Sources close to Ahmed Ezz think the actor is almost ready to admit that Zeina's babies are his.
Although Shaabola has been admitted to the hospital following a health scare, he's not dead as some assumed.
We all thought Tamer Hosny and Basma Bousel pulled the plug on their marriage, but turns out it's only trouble in Paradise for the starry couple!
Najwa Karam is currently taking this thing international! After making four stops already, the songstress is still on the move around the United States.
The Spring Festival continues this week, along with films, music performances and several exhibition openings in Cairo and Alexandria. Ahram Online brings you recommendations for the week's best cultural events.
With "The Voice" season over, Sherine is back to her homeland, and she let her country know it by holding a concert at the Cairo Stadium on May 2.
Like father, like son, both Medhat Saleh and his son are in the singing biz, but Adham says he doesn't want his dad's help developing his career.
She's head over heels for her three-year-old daughter Talia, and now Cyrine Abdelnour admits its time to consider having a second baby.
“Playing Israel now is the moral equivalent of playing Sun City at the height of South African apartheid,” wrote Roger Waters and Nick Mason in attempt to get their colleagues to cancel their concert scheduled in Tel Aviv on June 4.
Haifa Wehbe's doing oh-so-well on the acting front, as her upcoming Ramadan TV drama has just been sold to two TV giants.
May 3, 2014
Ahmed Saadawi named the winner on the eve of the start of the biggest ever Abu Dhabi International Book Fair.
Concluding a month-long series of events in Cairo, Hassan Khan remixes classical Arabic songs, reaffirming the experimental flair running through his work.