Months after she was involved in a fatal auto crash, star actress and nominee for Africa Movie Academy Award’s best actress of the year, Stephanie Okereke, says it was by God’s intervention that she is alive.
Speaking with Daily Sun in a private hospital in Port Harcourt, where she is recuperating, Okereke narrated her close shave with death when the car she was travelling in had an accident and burst into flames. She believes God wanted to use the accident to draw her closer to Him.
In her first interview since announcing her upcoming trip to Africa, Paris Hilton, known for her party girl hijinks and reality television show, “The Simple Life,” reveals details about the trip, her plans to take her life in a different direction and perhaps another reality TV show.“Before, my life was about having fun, going to parties-it was a fantasy. But when I had time to reflect, I felt empty inside. I want to leave a mark on the world,” she told Associate Editor Ramin Setoodeh in the October 22 issue of Newsweek (on newsstands Monday, October 15).
JAMES WIGNEY discovers that you only need look beyond the `drug called celebrityÂ¿ to realise fame has never changed James Blunt.
JAMES Blunt has a drug problem. But despite living on the Spanish island of Ibiza, the clubbing capital of the world, it’s not the illegal powder and pills kind that troubles the British singersongwriter.
It’s ‘‘the curious drug called celebrity’’. Blunt’s story is well known — as well it may be given the number of times he has told it while promoting his smash debut album.
Rapper 50 Cent has reignited his feud with Kanye West, insisting the hip-hop star “sucks.” The rap rivals have been trading insults since they realized their new albums would be released on the same day next month.It was thought they had put their differences aside after performing a song together at a New York gig recently.
However, 50 Cent – real name Curtis Jackson – has reignited the feud, reports Allhiphop.com.
He says, “It’s friendly feud but its not possible for Kanye to beat me. It’s the teddy bear vs. the gorilla. Kanye sucks. I’m going to be honest, he sounds like a robot.”
Critics are raving about West’s Graduation - and its already sold 200,000 more units than Fiddy’s Curtis since yesterday’s same-day release in the US.