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Sunday, 28 July 2013

Actress Stephanie Okereke Hot New Look As A Natural Blond

Smooth face and clean skin (money sweet o). Nollywood star actress Stephanie Okereke 30, has decided to change her look, and decided to go natural. 

I’m now on my natural hair because I just felt I should try a new thing. The fact that I can wear my natural hair, style it the way I want and change the colour is also fun’, the actress said about her new look.
Can you believe this hair is natural and not a weave-on? Wow, then I will say, there is hope for Nigerian fashionistas. Hahaha.... More hot photos.

Shocking Anorexic Photos Of One Of Greeces Model

Before and After

I came across these photos and was dumb-founded with mouth open wide for over 2minutes before regaining myself. Whaaaat!

Nana Karagianni looking all bony, is a married lady in Greece, she's a journalist and also a model. She got addicted to model's disease, which is the fear of being fat, to the extent of looking like this. Thus suffering Anorexia and looking emaciated. According to source, she posted her photos on Facebook. 
Anorexic means (suffering from anorexia nervosa).
Anorexia_nervosa means (a psychological disorder characterized by somatic delusions that you are too fat despite being emaciated.)
I think this should be photoshop at work. Or I'm I mistaken? View more photos of her in a beach...

Interview: "I am into a new relationship" - Ayo Adesanya

Nollywood actress Ayo Adesanya is well known in the movie industry since back in the days of veterans like Liz Benson and Euchariah Anunobi and many others. The actress had a recent interview with Ajibade Alabi, and explained she got into the movie industry and more... Read on....

Why acting and not practicing what you studied in school?
I have always liked acting; it is just inborn. Right from my childhood days, I knew I would end up being an actress.

How did you join the industry?

I went for an interview somewhere, where I met Ifeanyi. It was he who invited me for an auditioning, and in that auditioning I was given a waka pass role. That was my first role, and that was how the journey began. 

But I had always wanted to be an actress. I had started right from when I was in nursery school. I acted also when in secondary school. I also acted in church. So, it has been part of me right from the beginning.

Who are your contemporaries in the industry?
I have Bimbo Akintola, Sandra Achums, Eucharia Anunobi and some others I can’t remember now.

What about Regina Askia?
Ha! Regina started before me. The reason people always think we stated together is because we acted many films together, like in Most Wanted, where I played a lead role with her, and that film shot me into limelight. So many people thought we were contemporaries. No, we were not; she started before me. I must give God the glory for that film (Most Wanted). Though I had acted in many films before that, that particular film brought out the talent in me. And it was a film where I acted with the who is who in the industry then.


Saturday, 27 July 2013

Interview: "Obasanjo told me that Daniel insulted him" - Segun Osoba

Segun Osoba, a veteran journalist and former governor of Ogun State in this interview with Juliet Bumah and Adeola Balogun, shares his experience

Why did you choose to have a very quiet birthday this year, what informed that?
I have always had quiet birthdays. I believe that a day like one’s birthday should be celebrated in very sober and reflective mood and one should do intimate thanksgiving to God. Within the Osoba family, we don’t fancy flamboyant birthday celebration; it has become part of our family tradition. This year is even different; I normally travel out of the country. This is one of the few birthdays I have celebrated in Nigeria. It happened that I had an annual general meeting in Abuja which I attended on that day. That was why I came back from the UK a few days to my birthday. Otherwise I usually stay out. It is my philosophy; even when my wife was 60, we had just a family gathering few years ago.

Probably you want to be around too because of the APC.
Not at all.  We have filed our registration papers; all what we are waiting for is INEC final decision which I expect will be positive. My being around has nothing to do with the All Progressive Congress registration exercise. If APC that has not been registered has been causing much uproar in the polity, what then happens after it is registered?
Politics is about agitation, intrigues, back biting; when all is quiet, it is not politics. There is nothing wrong in sudden awareness about the APC registration. When you look at the calibre of people and the background of those of us progressives who are in the APC too, we are bound to create very heavy reaction. It should not be too surprising.

But some people have described APC as coming together of strange bedfellows, do you agree with that?
No, not all. If you look at the pattern of election winning in the country, you will find that those of us who have progressive background either in Action Group, PRP, NEPU, NCNC, they are the type people now in APC. A lot of us were involved in Social Democratic Party which Babangida described as a little to the left party. We are trying to reenergise and re-enact the SDP days; we are not strange bedfellows at all. We know ourselves very well.

But there is this talk that the sole aim of people coming together to form the APC is to wrestle power from the Peoples Democratic Party in 2015 and thereafter, go back to the trenches fighting.

Definitely not; we are not out solely to wrestle power. It has nothing to do with 2015 election. If we come together just for only one agenda, I agree with you, that will scatter us. We believe firmly and convincingly that two strong parties that can act as alternative to each other is better for the healthy development of this country. If you look at those developed countries, for example, in Britain, we have two major parties. The idea is to come together to form a viable alternative to government, not necessarily an opposition party. Anybody who says we are there solely to wrestle power is not well informed. We are not just to wrestle power but we want to change the situation in this country. I am sure you know that very many people are not happy. We have had just one party in power for 14 years, is it possible to wear the same dress for 14 years? You would be bored.

Interview: "I Married For Love Not Money" - Foluke Daramola

In this recent interview with Hazeez Mojo, Nollywood Yoruba actress Foluke Daramola denies marrying her present husband for money. Guess you all know the story of Foluke Daramola and Kayode Salako. If you don't here is a review, Foluke was accused of snatching a pastor's husband (Kayode Salako). Kayode Salako is a millionaire business man who was married to a pastor. So Foluke is now being accused of marrying Kayode for his money, (I didn't hear about the accusation though). Read the interview below....

Since you got married, you hardly talk about your new status. Why?

Well, I thank God. I did not plan for it. I had told myself that I was out of it, and I was done with it. It just happened. I am happy with my husband. I thank God that I have a man that understands me and has taken me for who I am. He is someone who tells me to keep giving my best. He gives me a lot of push.

Many say the marriage is that of convenience, and it’s all about the money. What is your reaction to this?

It is not at all about material things. In fact, if it is about material things, I would not be in this marriage; I will be somewhere else. What I need and prayed to God for is a man who will love me and understand me, and I got my wish.

Are you planning to have children with your new husband?

Oh sure. Children are the joy of every marriage and we definitely look forward to having children together.

Are you sometimes scared that this one might end up like the first?

That I believe is not a possibility. We are attracted emotionally to each other, and we both have a spiritual connection, which we didn’t hesitate to find out all the way. My mum went out to pray about it with men of God. I also went out to pray and fasted over it. He had a past; I have mine, so the two of us coming together is like we don’t have a choice than to make it work for both of us.

If you have noticed, both our families, all the family members were involved, which is unusual. Normally, you find one or two family members saying one thing or the other, but in this case, everybody, my father-in-law, my brothers, my brothers and sisters-in-law, everybody, including my uncle and parents were positive. So, at the end of the day, you find that God is actually telling us something. So, I needed that spiritual conviction.

The first time, not that I didn’t need the spiritual conviction, but then I wasn’t in a hurry, everything people told me was like let us do it. But when I was about getting married, I had this strong heartbeat, it was very strong, but I looked at it and said maybe it’s maturity and I know it is maturity. I guess it’s just peace of mind. 

There is a difference between infatuation and love and this you may not know when you are young. Now, I know am in love with the right person, and my mind is at peace. We have our fights, we have our quarrels, but we understand we are both in something that has to work.

Recent Prophecy On Arsenal From Prophet TB Joshua

Prophet TB Joshua shared the tweet below on his twitter page about Arsenal FC.

Julius Aghahowa's 11-Year-Old Daughter In Uche Jombo's New Movie

Isabelle Aghahowa, the daughter of former Super Eagles player Julius Aghahowa has gotten into the movie industry. 11-years-old Isabelle Aghahowa played her first role as an identical twin, who was separated at birth from her twin-sister in Uche Jombo's new movie 'Unconditional'.

Friday, 26 July 2013

Revealed: Super Model Oluchi Has Been Married For Over 7- Years

Many know her but don't know 31 year old Nigerian born international supermodel Oluchi and popular Italian fashion designer,52 year old Luca Orlandi  have been married since August 2005.They have joined the long list of celebrities who have sustained interracial marriages. When asked on how she copes, she said "
I have been married since 2005. I think it is just marrying your best friend more than anything. A man that will understand you; a man that will support you in good and bad times. My husband is my best friend.  

After winning the Face of Africa in 1998, she moved to Newyork and has since graced the covers of renowned magazines such as Vouge,Elle and Sports Illustrated for a record four times.The very private couple welcomed their first child Ugo in April 2007 and the second in August 2011.

Source: MPB

Interview: "I will definitely get married" - Denrele Edun

Denrele speaks on gay rumors and his ideal woman in this recent interview....

Is Derenle Gay?
I think people believe what they want to believe.
But a lot of people believe you are. And to prove them right, a picture of you Charley Boy went viral on the internet recently…
I don’t read the news, I make the news. The thing is people tend to look for loopholes when they see you doing well. And since people feel I’m feminine in nature, then they think I’m gay. But the truth is I don’t really care about what people say because I’m not fashioned according to what the society expects. And also I think for my personality, if I were gay, the news would have grown from speculations and would have been in people’s fac
On the part of Charley Boy and me, I was not expecting the paparazzi that came with the picture.
So what was the picture about then?
I really don’t want to go into details, but it could have been a controversial agenda, it could have a been a publicity stunt, it could have been the real deal and it could have been photoshopped, but whatever it was, people should just go ahead and make their conclusions.
So why is Denrele still single?
I’m a hustler and I’m still trying to get myself together. When the time comes, I’ll get married definitely, but there’s no one in the picture now. I’m searching and ready to mingle.
Who is your ideal woman?
I like someone who would not try to change me and who would understand the complexity that I am. I want someone simple and absolutely free and not intimidated by what I represent.
 (Culled from Nigerian Tribune)

"Why I'm Still Single" - Jude Okoye

Here's what Jude Okoye, PSquare's elder brother and manager said in an interview with Bayo Adetu PMNews.
  • Peter and Paul already have kids; and we all know their heartthrobs. Can you tell us the one in your life?
Why are you people always forcing me to come to the public? I don’t want to be a celebrity and I am not one of them. I don’t sing, dance or act.

I love where I am now (hiding myself) and if I love to do that, how do you expect me to introduce the lady I am dating? Back to your question, I have somebody, yes. That’s all.
Like I said, I have somebody but I won’t tell you her name.

  • So, when are you kicking bachelorhood?
When I will kick bachelorhood, I will call you and my fans to come and eat and drink. Already, I have purchased the bell, when it’s time, I will ring it.
  • Why is it taking so long, on a more serious note?
It’s taking so long because I am waiting for you people. Basically, why I am not yet married is that I don’t want to get married because I have all it takes to marry or because I am ripe. I want to get married and feel married so that I will be committed to my wife.

Mercy Johnson On Set As A Local Schoolgirl

'Dumebi Goes To School' is a sequel to the hilarious Tchidi Chikere's movie "Dumebi The Village Girl'.
This is a bit confusing, is this a recent movie, or..., Goodness! She looks quite young here!

Story: "Before I Write A Book - By Basket Mouth

Star Comedian Basket Mouth is planning to write a book about his experiences with people while growing in the entertainment industry. But for now, he is sharing the stories in series called 'Before I Write A Book." Below is a per-entry to the project.....

"Back stage at the Rothmans Groove tour which held @ TBS in 1998, there I was seated with the likes of The Plantashun Boiz,Dr. Fresh,Remedies and more...I was just a young boy trying to weigh his options on what direction to go with his career as drumming,rapping,producing and comedy were few of my options.
That night was the 1st time I met Tony Tetuila, one of those humble guys you come by,he was warm and accommodating considering the obvious fact that I was nobody in the industry.
Fast forward a few months later, Comedy had won me over and in the course of my hustle and journey to where I'm yet to get to, I bumped into Tetuila  in Festac, just about the time his single 'you don hit my car' came out.

We reconnected while playing catch up. We had common friends so 'bumping' into each other became a tradition. The 1st time he saw me perform @ a concert was at a gig The Plantashun Boiz used to host @ the Den in Ikeja.

I must have impressed him because not long after that night, I got a call from him asking that we meet up. We did and he took me for a meeting in Lagos Island (Shell Office). A director at Shell was retiring and a send-forth party was being held in his honour. My performance fee then was N10,000, Tony pushed it up and convinced the client to pay N30,000 which they paid cash. Prior to this, they had never heard of me and only used me because Tony believed in me and stood up for me, convincing them to buy in.

I was paid in full a week to the show.

After picking up the cash I went straight home. Now here I was,  a young comic with his 1st major pay-out of N30,000. Considering the fact that my 1st performance fee was N300 (1%) of what I had in my pocket,I couldn't help but to thank God.

I got home,gave my mum N25,000 and kept N5,000 from which I bought a shirt,pants and shoes from Tejuosho market to wear for the event. Ready for my first big show.."

Revealed: 7 Foreign Celebrities Who Are Nigerians

Get ready to be shocked as you are presented with the list of 7 well-known International celebs you never thought could be Fellow Nigerians

  • Taiwo Cruz- The 25 year old British singer is of Nigerian heritage. He was born to a Nigerian father and Brazilian mother. Taio Cruz who started penning songs at 12, began writing professionally 7 years later. He released his debut album Departure in 2008. The following year he released his sophomore Rokstarrwhich featured the hit song ‘Dynamite’. He dropped his 3rd album TY.O three years ago. Taio Cruz has won several awards including the BRIT Awards, Billboard Music Awards, ASCAP Awards and American Music Awards.

  •  Hugo Weaving-  He was Agent Smith in the movie Matrix? Neo’s arch-rival is Nigerian. The 53 year old actor was born in Nigeria at the University College Hospital in Ibadan. This makes him Nigerian by birth. His parents moved back to England a year after. Hugo Weaving has acted in several blockbusters such as V For Vendetta, The Matrix Trilogy and Lord of The Rings Trilogy, Transformers Trilogy, The Hobbit Trilogy and Captain America. Who said Ibadan boys don’t go far?

  • Tyler Okonma is the Creator- Yes, do not be shocked. The ‘Black Eminem’ is Nigerian. Tyler the Creator’s actual names are Tyler Okonma. His father is Igbo. The leader of the music collective ‘Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All’ claims he never met his father. Maybe that is why he is not too fond of him. In 2009 Tyler released his first album Bastard. His buzz started growing from then on mainly backed by his offensive, homophobic and disgusting lyrics. He released his second album Goblin two years later and became a national sensation without the backing of any major record label in America. He released his third album Wolf this year.

  • Dizzie Rascal- Dizzie (Dylan Kwabena Mills) is one of the most respected rappers in the UK and also happens to be Nigerian. His Nigerian father died when he was young and he was raised by his Ghanaian mum. He had a rebellious childhood and that’s how he got the name Rascal. He was a friend of Nigerian footballer Danny Shittu when he was a kid. At 16 he produced his first single ‘I Luv U’ and in 2002 formed the collective Roll Deep Crew. Dizzie Rascal has released 5 solo albums till date making him one of the biggest rappers in the UK. He performed at the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympics in London and won the Best International Act at the BET Awards in 2010.

  • Richard Ayoade is a British-Nigerian man who was born to a Nigerian dad and a Norwegian mum. As a popular face on British TV, the 36-year-old comedian made his Hollywood debut last year in ‘The Watch’ comedy. His last name singled him out of other as Ayoade is a popular name from the Yoruba tribe.
  • Donald Adeosun Faison: Fans of the popular television Comedy-drama “Scrubs” would know this one. Not only is he one of our favorite character,  you probably didn’t know this American actor’s middle name is Yoruba. Donald Faison is a popular Hollywood actor who hails from the Yoruba tribe.
    His birth name are Donald Adeosun Faison.
    He was born to a Nigerian father and an American mother on the 22nd of June, 1974.
    He has 2 siblings namely Olamide Faison and Dade Faison.
    He is a popular comedian who came into limelight in the ABC comedy film Clueless.
  • Lemar: Lemar Obika (born 4th April 1978), professionally known simply as Lemar, is an English R&B singer–songwriter and record producer. His Nigerian fans probably didn’t know that the UK singer who was born in Tottenham, England is son to Nigerian parents of Enugu State, South Eastern Nigeria.

How Ace Footballer Christiano Ronaldo Broke Fan's Wrist On Field

Schoolboy Charlie Silverwood had been taken to see his team Bournemouth host Real Madrid in a friendly.
His dad ducked as the £80million ex-Man United forward’s wayward 35-yard rocket scorched into the stands — breaking his son’s wrist in two places.
The lad was so determined not to miss the action he kept watching for the remaining 84 minutes — before going to hospital where X-rays revealed his double fracture.
He faced an operation before being plastered.

Yesterday Charlie admitted: “It was very painful. I’ve told friends and they cannot believe it. Ronaldo is the world’s most expensive player — and he broke my arm.”


Former US President George Bush Shaves Hair To Support Sick Kid

Former US President George H. W. Bush 89, displayed an act of kindness on Wednesday as he shaved off his hair as a show of solidarity with a 2-year-old boy who is battling leukemia.

According to reports, President Bush shaved off his hair to show support after he noticed that several members of his SS detail known as the Bush Protective Division, had also shaved their heads in solidarity to the boy.

The boy, named Patrick is the son of one of the members of President Bush's security detail, lost most of his hair to the cancer treatment he's receiving.

The cause for Bush’s act is one close to his heart. The nation’s 41st president and his wife Barbara Bush lost a daughter, Pauline, to leukemia in 1953, when she was just 4 years old.

Photos: Majid Michel Baby Photos

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Top Ghanaian actor Majid Michel shares his babyhood photo. So cute!
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Majid at 13, guess he likes cooking. So beautiful, cute all the way..... 

Sorry guys for not posting yesterday, got caught up with work. Luv you loads.....

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Tweet Of The Day: Monalisa Chinda's

Royal Baby Named Prince George

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, announced their baby name today, Wednesday 24, 2013.

Kensington Palace said in a short statement this evening:
'The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to announce that they have named their son George Alexander Louis. The baby will be known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge."

Mercy Johnson Okojie and Funke Akindele on Movie Set

The two beautiful actresses on a movie location in Enugu, don't know the movie yet. I'm glad Funke has out-grown her marriage separation with hubby.
Funke Akindele with comic actor Charles Inojie, and Walter Anga

Senates Says They Were Mis-Interpreted on The Under-Age Marriage Saga

Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, who heads the constitution review committee, said this today:
"We can never support child marriage. Let Nigerians understand with us that these issues have nothing to do with early marriage or Islam. It is purely about renunciation of citizenship. 
The controversial clause deals with the procedures to be adopted by a Nigerian wishing to renounce his or her citizenship. The law says for that purpose, the person must be at least 18 years; and if the person is a woman and married, she shall be deemed to be of age."

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Photos: Prince Williams and Kate's Royal Baby First Appearance

Prince Williams and Kate emerged with their royal as they left for home today.

Prince Williams as a child 31-years ago with his parents, now Prince Williams is holding his own baby, and also Kate's dressing matches with the Queen's

Humorous Tweet Of The Day

Please... If he is your dude speak up. This Cameroonian model is trying to be cautious. Babes new things to emulate. Lolzzzz

Interview: "There is a difference between Baba Latin, the comedian and Bolaji Amusan" - Mr. Latin

Nollywood Yoruba actor Bolaji Amusa popularly known as Baba Latin talks about his life and career in this interview with Punch.

How did you derive the name, Baba Latin?
When I ventured into comedy, we had actors such as Baba Suwe, Baba Sala and so many others. Then, I was always speaking big grammar on set. One day, a man on set asked if I was speaking Latin and everyone laughed. The name stuck and I decided calling myself Baba Latin.

What made you go into acting?
 I never had intentions of acting. In fact, I hated it and dreamt of being a footballer instead. I loved Segun Odegbami and wanted to be like him. But each time I played football, I came back home with injuries which I would nurse for three days. I just concluded that I was not destined to be a footballer. Later, a friend of mine, who observed that I love to talk, dragged me into the industry. He invited me on the set of a movie and I started to act. I still love football anyway.
Can you give a brief background of yourself?
My name is Bolaji Amusan. I’m a native of Gbongan in Osun state. I was born in Gbongan but spent my childhood in Abeokuta, Ogun State. That is why people mistake me to be an Egba man.  I attended Army Children Primary School, Abeokuta and had my secondary school at Gbongan High School, after which I relocated to Abeokuta, where I started working. I didn’t attend any higher institution until recently when I enrolled for a programme in Tourism at the Exceldel Institute in London, United Kingdom.
Of what importance is tourism to you as an actor?
It is very important especially with my job. Tourism and culture go hand-in-hand and basically, my profession promotes culture.
For one who is not a graduate, you speak the English language fluently. How did you come about this?
I lived with an uncle who was a military officer. As a child, he mandated me to read newspapers and I had to summarise the content of those newspapers to him whenever he came back from work. Failure to do so was serious punishment! That was what helped me and till date, I’m so used to reading newspapers and I read more than six everyday. PUNCH remains my favourite of all. I wake up by 5.00am, pick up my i-pad and read all dailies on-line before I start the day’s activities.
Are you married?
Yes. I am happily married and have two children. I have one wife. My family relocated to Dublin about four years ago and I visit them at least three times in a year. There is no reasons attached to their relocation, it was just for a change of environment.
What do you do aside acting?
I am into business. I sell cars but I am very involved with my foundation, Mr. Latin Foundation: Save a Life Today. I had to travel abroad to source for ideas on how to help people and profer solutions to their problems.

Tonto Dikeh Views On Under-Age Marriage

Star actress and songstress Tonto Dikeh took to her Instagram page, and expressed her thoughts on the issued under-age.

Photo: Mercy Johnson's Daughter Purity Brushes Her Teeth... Lol

Good example. We have ourself a leader by example here....