September 2, 2013
Since winning Arab Idol, Mohammad Assaf has been busy touring the Arab world. His latest sold-out concert was at the Bahrain Summer Festival.
Former Arab Idol contestant Farah Youssef is afraid for the safety of her country and urges President Obama not to interfere in Syria's business.
In a high profile meet and greet, Ragheb Alama won the hearts of top diplomats in the region of Kurdistan, Iraq.
Top celebrity judge Kazem El Saher will be servin’ us up some more superior judging of all the singing hopefuls on his second stint on “The Voice” talent show.
Nancy Ajram hosts concerts all over the world, except she had to cancel her latest Tunisia concert for mysterious reasons. Could it really have been the low ticket sales that prompted it?
Syrian actor Maxim Khalil is as peaceful as they get, making it obvious why the actor was upset over rumors that he's been attacked by Syrian regime supporters.
Indie Lebanese band Mashrou Leila let's it all hang loose with their exciting third album release "Ra'asuk" (They Made You Dance).
While many in the region find the apparel, or lack thereof, worn in the beauty pageant aired by LBC appalling, still others loved watching contestant Karin Gharawi beat out the competition to be crowned with the Miss Lebanon title.
The blossoming former child Disney star is now a full grown woman with her own musical career that has brought her to Dubai Music Week. We can only hope her behavior their will be better than her boy toy Justin Bieber!
Ghada Abdel Razek has been all over the news in recent years, and TV producers seem to like it. Because she's oh-so-popular, she's been offered the dream role of actress Ghada Adel's! Poor Adel...
September 1, 2013
Nancy Ajram and fam got a special visit and private concert from Anthony Tuma, star of the French version of ‘The Voice’.
Get ready to be terrified, as Ahmed Rateb is back with one hell of a scary TV show!
Young yet experienced film actress Menna Shalabi is seeing TV dramas in a whole new light.
Settle down, Najwa, settle down. That’s what all her fans are trying to get the Lebanese diva to do after she posted a picture holding a sweet little babe to her Facebook wall.
She may not be on the battlefront, but sassy songstress Shams’ new track "Deen Abukum Ismu Ayh" (What is the Religion of Your Fathers Called?) aims at fighting all forms of extremism.