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Friday, 13 March 2015

Jackie Appiah spotted rocked a Vivienne Westood #hat @jackieappiah


Jackie Appiah spotted rocked a Vivienne westood hat ....She took to instagram to shared Because I'm happy The most important thing is to enjoy your life, to be happy, it's all that matters

Thursday throwback @kimkardashian @kourtneykardashian @kyliejenner

Sound Sultan threw a star studded #costume #party for their #son, Bidemi @Soundsultan

Singer Sound Sultan and his wife Farida, threw a star studded costume party for their son, Bidemi, who turned a year old six days ago. Baba Dee,2face, Annie and their daughters, Julius Agwu and wife, Ebiere as well as their kids, and Seyi Shay were at the party for Abidemi. Cute suspenders Bidemi by the way.



Baba Dee
Zahra Agwu and Isabella Idibia

Zadock Agwu

#Tinubu will never be like #Awolowo- Chief Bode George #politics #naija #governor #sage

Chief Bode George has said ex-governor of Lagos State, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, will never be like the late sage, Chief Obafemi Awolowo.

He said this while speaking with journalists at the Federal Institute of Industrial Research Oshodi,
"People like papa Lateef Jakande, General Mobolaji Johnson would be spinning wherever they are. Tinubu said he did a one-million-man march but that it is a joke. For 16 years they (APC) took us to a bridge that led us nowhere and now we are looking for the road to freedom because they have taken us to a point that future generations will not forgive them for.

"Papa Awolowo did so much for the Western region and the nation’s education and that is why every March 6, we remember him. The hood does not make a monk. He (Tinubu) started wearing round glasses, wearing papa’s caps and raising two fingers but he has forgotten the two fingers now."

Guess me from behind #bikini #babe #beach #legend #fitness #booty #sexy

 photo stomach7.png I am the daughter of a rock and roll legend...My mom was on The Cosby show.I starred in Xmen previous films.

Thursday, 12 March 2015

singer Size 8 #sister #kenya @Size8Reborn #sexy

rebornKenyan gospel sassy singer Size 8  posted photos of her sexy, tall and beautiful sister Vergie that left men drooling and social media buzzing .

#God #HOPE #FORGIVENESS #peace #Truth #worship #believe

"I hate #violence" - Patience Jonathan reacts to #APC decision to drag to #ICC @PatienceGEJ @DameJonathan #naija #Nigeria

 Dame Patience Jonathan, has said contrary to reports, she hates violence. She told Punch through her media aide, Ayo Adewuyi, that as the President of the African First Ladies Mission,  she would not promote violence. She was responding to the APC decision to drag her to the International Criminal Court over an alleged violence inclined statement at a rally in Calabar. Below is what Adewuyi said:
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“The only thing we can say from here is that Dame Patience Jonathan is a woman of peace that can never in any way be identified with violence before, during and after elections.

“You do not expect somebody who is the President of African First Ladies to be promoting violence.”
Asked if Mrs. Jonathan would be ready to answer any inquiry from the ICC on the matter, Adewuyi simply said:

“They are just notifying. The case is not yet in ICC. They are entitled to their opinions and actions. We are not going to be dragged into any argument with them.”

Body on Fleek...Khloe K #fitness #body #abs #slimdown #hot #legs #2015 #challenge #WCW



Having body like Khloe does not come easy...She took to instagram to share her journey...... Looking back at pictures of myself I didn't realize at the time how unhealthy my lifestyle actually was. People love to call me the fat one but as weird as it sounds I still don't think I would consider myself fat back then. Definitely overweight and unhealthy, yes. About two years ago I decided to turn to fitness as a form of therapy and as a stress reliever. I started slow and eventually I started working out 4 to 5 days a week. We all have to start somewhere and doing something is better than nothing at all. Start small so you don't get discouraged and give up. Remember it is all about consistency. There are no quick fixes if you want long-term results. Working out is a huge part of my life now. I genuinely enjoy sweating out my frustrations and living a healthier life. My workouts are not all about vanity. They are about clarity for my mind and soul. We all have different journeys in life, make sure your journey is for you and you alone. Remember in the end the turtle won the race. Slow and steady. dedication and tenacity.

YEMI ALADE HITS FRANCE ENCORE...#WCW.....@yemialadee @TaiyeAliyu #hair #braid #france #song #stage #trend #french


The diva is having the time of her life in France as she performance of her signature hit tracks “Tangerine” and “Johnny” among others.

South African Soap Stars Fight For Higher Pay @SouthAfrica #actor #pay


“Generations” was a revenue ratings blockbuster for the SABC, earning as much as 500 million rand (US$42.5 million) per year, EqualTimes reports.Actors reportedly earned 30,000-to-60,000 rand ($2500-to-$5000 US per month).
“Generations” actors said they feel exploited and insecure. Vundla said they were among South Africa’s highest-paid actors and were being unreasonable and spoiled.
Many South African soap actors have to take second jobs such as voice overs or run businesses in order to live comfortably, according to the report.

source:http://afkinsider.com

Rita Dominic to launch #website.....@ritaUdominic @kelechiamadiobi @MaryJayyne #WCW

IMG_6551.PNG Emmmmmmmmh............ AMVCA 2015 Best Actress award winner AMVCA 2015 Best Actress award winner Rita Dominic is prepping to launch her official website. The Nollywood diva was transformed to a fierce gothic vixen. Celeb photographer Kelechi Amadi Obi shot the photos, stylist Bubu Osigi and makeup artist Maryjane Ohobu. Jaiyeorie loves this

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#critic Charles Novia review #AMVCA @charlesnovia #nollywood #glamour #celebrities #Africa

The Africa magic viewers choice Awards held over the weekend
Movie producer,director and critic Charles Novia also shared his own views..

READ AND ENJOY
"At 21:52 pm CAT, when IK Osakioduwa and Vimbai, hosts of the 2015 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards, had signed off from the show and brought in P Square, I was left scratching my head a bit as I walked out slowly out of the hall with some of the invited guests.

I was puzzled. There was something about this year’s AMVCA which lacked the punch the last two editions had. I couldn’t place my finger on it and it kept nagging me all night as I played the event over and over in my mind. You see, I have attended lots of high-profile events and the AMVCA is one I always look forward to attending, not just as a filmmaker but also as a reviewer and this year’s was no exception. And the chaps at MNET have told me a number of times that my annual reviews are read sometimes in post-event meetings and no matter how scathing the reviews might be in some areas, they good-naturedly take the corrections and plan to plug loopholes for the next edition. And so, I decided to understand more of the behind-the-scenes planning of the AMVCA this year. A day before the event, I silently sneaked into the hall at Eko Hotels and Suites, where I watched the professional crew rehearse both the presenters and the host and hostess, painstakingly. No one really noticed me in the hall and the attention to detail during the rehearsals was impressive. I only spent thirty minutes in the hall but I appreciated the efforts put in by the crew.


And so, the evening of the show came upon us all. And walking on the red carpet to the main hall, one had to appreciate the fashion sense on display. I can bet that the fashion  and make-up industry must have made a few millions in Nigeria yesterday because of the AMVCA. Everyone looked quite glam in their own estimation! Everyone? So, it seemed to me, even though I can safely say that the fashion on display was a combination of the outstanding, the outlandish and  the outrageous! Fashion wise, I think the irrepresible Denrele Edun flew over the cuckoo’s nest. I noticed earlier a masked lady walking the red carpet and thought to myself that someone was perhaps doing an artistic Peter Cech of Chelsea on the red carpet. Imagine my surprise when the ‘lady’ walked up to me and called my name in Denrele’s voice! It was Denrele, dressed as a lady, with butt pads and all!

‘Uncle Charles, that’s the idea!’ He laughed as I took a picture with him, telling him in the process that he was crazy! Did I say he was doing a Cech? Change that to Bruce Jenner, maybe! I can safely say though, that Seyi Shay could take appropriate dress lessons from Denrele though, when next she’s performing for the President or top dignitaries!

But I digress.

The show started at 6.30pm CAT with an opening performance by an African dance troupe. An interesting monologue by Osas Ighodaro, dressed somewhat like an African queen, asked the niggling African question ‘What if I am African?’.  I don’t know how the Shakira-styled hip shaking which Osas and a couple of female dancers did while that question was being asked, had to do with being African but I kinda thought those hips onstage lied a bit during the wriggle. The opening performance was average, in my opinion. It seemed more like the kind of performance for a boring gala night for African Heads of states than for a top profile event like AMVCA.

That flat opening skit set the tone for the drone first half of the show. The show dragged a bit and looking at some faces seated in the hall, behind the heavily caked make-up of some people in the hall, one saw a bit of irritation during the first thirty minutes of the show.

IK and Vimbai tried to spike up the show those first few minutes. However, I had the feeling that Vimbai’s sing-song voice wasn’t helping the nerves in the hall. IK and Vimbai tried a couple of banter which the audience received with polite laughter. IK cracked a joke about make-up and how a white lady he shagged turned out to be Mercy Johnson the next morning! Now, that was…well..politically inappropriate…for lack of a better phrase. That joke was overboard and IK got away with it, perhaps. Anyway, I think IK and Vimbai found their presenting mojo later in the show though.

Nonso Diobi and Linda Ejiofor came onstage to present the first award of the night. Nonso seemed to like the sound of his voice as he went on a bit about how it was a tough category and how every nominee bla bla bla.Next time, keep it straight and simple, please!

Next duo of Presenters were Akin Lewis and Oge Okoye. Oge Okoye got quite some appreciative applause from the audience for her outfit. By the way, I think her character in ‘Hotel Majestic’ is one of my favourite characters in the serial and she interpretes that role quite well.

During the commercial breaks in the hall, the audience was a bit restless. Last year, there was a Disc Jockey who spinned some vibes which kept the audience all hyped up by the time the cameras returned to the live event. I wonder why that was not the case this year? Africa needs to see excited faces all thrilled and happy at the end of such breaks. Little details such as those help the overall tempo of the event. And what was wrong with the cooling system in the hall? The temperature was quite humid in most areas inside the hall and not a few people were fanning themselves.

Tunde Babalola won two awards in the Writing categories and gave kudos to both Kunle Afolayan and Mildred Okwo, the Producers of the films which won him both awards in seperate categories.

Tomi Odunsi of ‘Tinsel’ and the dreadlocked actor in ‘Hotel Majestic’ presented the ‘Best Editor’ award to Victoria Akujobi, a young lady. She kept giggling shyly in her acceptance speech like a village virgin and her gush got the audience laughing  too. It was heartwarming though to see that a woman won in that category, which is usually male dominated.

One of the disappointments of the event was the performance by the Mavins. It was below par. I do not know how it looked to those who watched it live on television but to us in the hall, it didn’t do jack. They performed their hit song ‘Dorobucci’ and I must say that maybe the audience was ‘Doro-weary’ because the performance lacked excitement. The artistes kept singing over each other’s lines in an ‘I-too-know’ kind of way. Dija sang ( or rather mimed) for Tiwa Savage who was absent probably for obvious reasons-pregnancy or another engagement? The performance was sluggish and received just some polite applause. I wonder why they didn’t move the audience much. I can only believe that it must be because their appearance in the awards was massively overhyped and people really didn’t have anything to look forward to. It was a bit too much of MTN to have hyped their performance so much before the awards that when they came up and we all expected a bomb (oops..no apologies to Boko Haram!)all we got was a firecracker!

Funlola Aifoyebi and Ali Nuhu had quite a good banter on stage as they presented the ‘Best Indigenous Language-Hausa’ awards. And when Fathia Balogun won in the Yoruba category, she identified with her roots by revealing that she’s just an Urhobo Babe who speaks Yoruba fluently, even though she had a couple of her Yoruba ‘supporters club’ members with  her onstage. Obi Emelonye, who won in the Igbo category, commendably spiked the audience with his Igbo acceptance speech, after Mike Ezuronye had gingered the category with his ‘Igbo Kwenu’ greetings.

Comedians, Eddie Kadi and Basketmouth gave good account of themselves in their stand-up segments.

Tuface Idibia also performed. I felt it was an average performance. Maybe it had to do with the din from his live band or his raunchy-looking dancers onstage, which seemed unlike Tuface. I’m wondering if he’s trying hard at this period in his career to show us he too can do the lewd background dancers stuff too? I think he’s too much of a superstar to fall for that.

Ivie Okujaye, another actress who has impressed me in her outing on ‘Hotel Majestic’, presented The Trailblazer Award which was won by CJ Obasi. Obasi climbed up the stage and seemed to snatch the microphone from Ivie!

The late Amaka Igwe got a posthumous Lifetime Achievement Award which was presented by Richard Mofe-Damijo, whose voice broke in pain when he called up Charles Igwe to receive the award on her behalf. The whole hall gave a standing ovation in her honour. Rest in peace, Amaka. It was heartwarming to note that she was remembered and honoured. Before that category, the names of the departed artistes in the past year scrolled across the screen, most poignantly was Muna Obiekwe’s.

OC Ukeje won the ‘Best Actor in a drama’  category, making it the second time he would be winning an AMVCA. He was gracious enough to recognise Peace Anyiam-Osigwe of AMAA who gave him his big break, according to him. His award was presented to him by Genevieve Nnaji , who really looked good in her evening gown. Genevieve though, made a slip when she extolled Amstel Malta. She announced that the winner in that category gets a million naira and six months of Amstel Malta, a brand which she endorses as a brand ambassador. She ended her speech by cheekily saying ‘Get fat!’. Huh? I thought Amstel Malta projects itself as a low sugar, healthy, low fat beverage? Why would a brand ambassador quip on international television that it has fat, even if it was light-hearted? If I talk now, una go say….anyway. Lef matter.

Kunle Afolayan won the ‘Best Director’ and ‘Best Movie’ categories and I think it was well deserved. ‘October 1′ is quite a formidable movie. Congrats, Kunle.

The show ended with a performance by P Square, which was more for the watching viewers as most of the guests trooped out of the hall.

Having observed a bit of the rehearsals a day before, I must commend the organisers for planning an event which had less mistakes this year. Everyone seemed guarded and one could not really point to any bloopers during the awards. However, in my honest opinion, I think the event lacked the full punch.

ROCK THIS IF YOU DARE? @VICTORIA_KIMANI #hair #weave #WCW #kenya

For the bold and courageous....she looks fabolous....In this 2 tone hair style....for the brave hearted

Harrison Ford's Plane Crash-lands into Golf Course after Engine Failure #plane #golf #actor

Hollywood action star and legend,Harrison Ford was involved in a plane crash when he crashlanded into a Venice, California golf course last week Thursday afternoon. The 72-year-old actor who has been a licensed pilot for nearly two decades, wasn't going to be able to make the runaway at Santa Monica Airport so he picked a long green at the nearby Penmar golf course to land out of the way of the congested neighborhood. While Ford was rushed from the scene bleeding heavily from a head wound, his injuries were described only as 'moderate' and he is expected to make a full recovery. 'At the hospital. Dad is ok. Battered, but ok! He is every bit the man you would think he is. He is an incredibly strong man,' his son Ben Ford tweeted just two hours after the crash. 'Thank you all for your thoughts and good vibes for my dad.'

Ifeoma Williams explains the power of presentability

Leading image consultant and PR expert Ifeoma Williams explains the power of presentability and advocates that individuals should see themselves as brands with a promise to be kept. Ifeoma Williams is a certified image consultant (Aston and Hayes, UK) and life stylist. She is currently the Personal Impact Coach and Communications Expert at Fruition Image Africa.

LUPITA for Lancome #photo #makeup #cosmetics #red #WCW


Oscar winner who was recently announced as a brand Ambassador for Lancome has just shared in a new pix for a campaign for the makeup giant.Wearing a scarlet chiffon sexy outfit and killer red heels.  Shot by photographer Alexi Lubomirski.

Dakore is fierce #AMVCA @theRealDakore #sweet #WCW

Attire by Folu Ajayi of HouseofDabira
makeup and hair -banksbmpro
 jewellry -zoyasjewels
accessories by  mobosfashion

Robin Thicke & Pharrell Williams are Ordered To Pay $7.3 #Million To Marvin Gaye’s Family Over “Blurred Lines” #Track...Yikes #music #dollar #classic


R&B singer/songwriter Robin Thicke and superproducer Pharrell Williams guilty of copyright infringement. They must pay the family of late singer Marvin Gaye a cool $7.3 million for “copying” Marvin’s 1977 classic "Got to Give It Up." We told you last week, the 2013 hit “Blurred Lines” totaled $16,675,690 in profits
  Pharrell admitting there were some similarities between the two songs saying, “It sounds like you’re playing the same thing.” But, he claims they didn’t copy anything and that the tracks share “feel — not infringement.”

 

CATT Sadler and cute son ....#birthday #wishes #mom #presenter #fabulous @IAmCattSadler #WCW


CATT Sadler took to instagram to congratulate her son she wrote .Fourteen today. I still remember the moment we met eyes for the first time. Happy Birthday Austin Boyd
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