Star News And Gossip
November 28, 2012
Egyptian actress, Sherihan, had a brush with death at one of the protests in Cairo's infamous Tahrir Square this week. But thanks to the brave actions of a 13-year-old boy she lived to tell the tale.
The influential female rapper will bring all her “Va Va Voom” to the stage at Meydan Racecourse for her debut performance in the UAE.
November 27, 2012
Egyptian king of comedy Adel Imam has reportedly hit out at online fraudsters who have used fake Facebook and Twitter accounts to attack Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood in the star's name.
While many stars across the Arab world have tried their hand at khaliji (Gulf region) music, much to the disappointment of Kuwaiti singer Abdullah Ruwaished, Lebanese superstars Elissa and Najwa Karam are yet to jump on the bandwagon.
The flawless Lebanese diva is putting her money where her mouth is, splashing out on her new charity project to bring a smile to kids' faces.
No stranger to controversy, the Lebanese singing star has outdone herself this time.
Known for its wild parties, Zoo Project is migrating to the Middle East for its new home in the glitzy emirate.
November 26, 2012
Five freestyle football fanatics have put Dubai on the ‘Gangnam Style’ map with their own twists - and turns - on the dance craze.
As Dubai gears up for December's International Film Festival, the stars get set to hit the UAE.
Loulou Khazen Baz is now one of the most hotly-tipped business hopefuls in the United Arab Emirates and has won a prize of 2 million AED.
The Egyptian funnyman attacks fellow media personalities live on air, calling Emad Eldeen Adeeb's show a "snooze-fest"
The curvy star gushes about her love for the Gulf nation but doesn't forget a shout-out to her favorite Emirate in the meantime.
November 25, 2012
Beirut Art Center’s annual exhibition of emerging artists is back for its fourth year and as unpredictable as always.
After a quiet summer on the theater front, a fresh spate of live performances are under way in Beirut this autumn, including 'El Orbaa Bi Noss El Joumaa' ('The Wednesday in the Middle of the Week').
Libyan artists exhibit their works in London's Arab British Centre until the end of the month.