Star News And Gossip
October 2, 2012
Lebanese star Marwa used to be no stranger to controversy, but since dropping her bad girl ways the newly prudish celeb has struggled to find suitable acting roles.
The illustrator is exhibiting the art from her latest children's book, A picture and a Book, in Cairo's Mashrabia gallery.
Black Eyed Peas rapper Apl de Ap is set to make his UAE debut at Nasimi in November.
Lebanese superstar Wael has stormed the charts with his latest album, hitting the right note and claiming the number one spot in Lebanon and Dubai.
French rapper Mélanie Georgiades, known as Diam’s, made her first 'hijabi' TV appearance with her new image. The new head-veil, ushers in a new religious era for the rap star. Will it affect her musical style?
Like mother, like daughter - it seems that Amal Hijazi's baby is a tweep in the making, with her face already being splashed around the social networking site by her proud mother.
October 1, 2012
Turkish drama on the small and big screen is big business in the Arab world and no one is feeling the effect more than popular Turkish actress Beren Saat.
The popular Bahraini artist continues to win international praise for his self-taught skill.
Since its launch three years ago, the Daba Theater group has engaged audiences with its bid to create experimental theatre out of political and cultural events in modern Morocco.
The actress — this week revealed as the new face of Nayomi — chats about the controversy and success of her hit show Ruby.
The young cast of upcoming cinema hit, Student of the Year, are heading to Dubai for a series of mall and nightclub appearances in time for its UAE release.
Egyptian belly dancer Fifi Abdou is usually the life and soul of the party but it seems that all the star can think about at the moment is death.
The wake of Egyptian superstar Ahmed Ramzy has taken place at a mosque in Cairo, in accordance with his wishes, and quells the rumors of where he would be buried as close friends pay tribute to the beloved star of the silver screen.
They say three is the magic number, but in Lebanon over the weekend it was two, as twins Rina and Romy Chibani came first and second in Miss Lebanon 2012.
The Emirati artist Hassan Sharif is famed for creating art from seemingly everyday objects. From spoons to boxes, the artist re-imagines the items and brings them to life as art, and much like the French artists Marcel Duchamp, Sharif has caused shockwaves in and out of the art world.