Wednesday, 15 August 2018

'Strictly Come Dancing' 2018 line-up: Capital FM DJ Vick Hope Announced.


Strictly Come Dancing, the hugely popular celebrity BBC dance competition show, is set to return for its 16th series this autumn.

While the completed line-up has yet to be released, the first few confirmed contestants have been announced…

28-year-old Capital FM DJ Vick Hope was announced early Wednesday Morning August 15 as the fifth Strictly Come Dancing contestant.

She told her Capital FM co-host Roman Kemp: “I can tell you that every Saturday night I get to be close to Faye from Steps… I’m doing Strictly!




By Laura Hannam.
Full story at Yahoo News.

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

The Azealia Banks Versus Elon Musk and Grimes Feud Explained.

The Azealia Banks Versus Elon Musk
and Grimes Feud Explained

In an age where the internet is our greatest source of pain and entertainment, a feud between a billionaire tech guy who can’t stay off Twitter, his space-loving pop star girlfriend, and a female rapper known for getting into elaborate rifts with other celebrities is not entirely shocking. But what lead to the very online showdown between Azealia Banks and Elon Musk (featuring Grimes), that included accusations of Musk tripping on acid? Here’s everything we know about the most 2018 ordeal to happen on the internet.

According to Azealia Bank’s Instagram story from Sunday night, Grimes invited Banks over to Musk’s house in LA to finish music they were working on together – in June Banks announced via Instagram that she and Grimes were working together on Banks’s second album. But when she got there, Banks says Grimes was busy comforting her boyfriend, and that Banks spent a whole weekend hanging out alone in Musk’s mansion.

Elon Musk announced via Twitter that he was considering making Tesla a private company with shares starting at $420, which was a pretty big business announcement. Azealia Banks claimed on Instagram that he had tweeted the decision while tripping on acid, and that after the fact, he was freaking out because he had not secured the necessary funding to take the company from public to private.




The Cut.
Full story at Yahoo News.

Monday, 13 August 2018

Idris Elba comments on 007 rumours: Don’t believe the hype.


Idris Elba has put the dampeners on rumours he is set to play James Bond – but it has only fuelled speculation he is taking over the role.

The Luther star has long been thought to be in the running to play 007 after Daniel Craig, and on Sunday he sent the rumour mill into overdrive by sharing a selfie of the top half of his face with the caption: “My name’s Elba, Idris Elba.”

Fans were convinced Elba’s use of Bond’s phrase meant he was set to play the suave spy.


By Julia Hunt.
Full story at Yahoo News.

Friday, 10 August 2018

Actress: Sex on a first date doesn't make you cheap – Princess Shyngle.


To the actress, it is just relationship ‘interview’ and if you’re called back then you got the job.

Ghana-based Gambian actress/ model, Princess Shyngle, has asserted that she doesn’t see any big deal about having sex on the first date.

To the actress, it is just relationship ‘interview’ and if you’re called back then you got the job.

Princess Shyngle made this assertion on Instagram as a caption to a photo she shared. The actress looked entirely voluptuous wearing a body-hugging dress with a bump bag across her slender waist.



By Kwasy Danyels.
Full story at Pulse NG.

Wednesday, 8 August 2018

BBC radio presenter Vicki Archer dies, aged 41.


Vicki Archer, a BBC Radio Shropshire presenter, has died at the age of 41.

She had been part of the Radio Shropshire team for over 20 years and had presented the station's afternoon drivetime show since 2010. Elsewhere, she had worked as a voiceover artist, event host and on commercial radio.

BBC News reports that no details have been revealed about her death, but said that she died "suddenly".



By Joe Anderton.
Full story at Yahoo News.

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Katie Price expected at High Court over bankruptcy application.

Katie Price and Kieran Hayler
(Ian West/PA)

Katie Price is expected to appear at the High Court over a bankruptcy application.

The case for the ex-glamour model, formerly known as Jordan,  is listed at the Rolls Building in London, which is part of the High Court.

Price, 40, has tied the knot three times, and has recently been in the headlines over the collapse of her latest marriage to Kieran Hayler.

The former I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! star was once said to be worth more than £40 million.


By Sherna Noah.
Full story at Yahoo News.

Monday, 6 August 2018

Ethan Dolan ‘somehow fine’ after motorbike accident.


US YouTube star Ethan Dolan has said he is “somehow” fine after being involved in a motorbike accident.

Ethan is one half of The Dolan Twins.

He said on Twitter: “I got into a pretty f***** motorcycle accident … I’m completely fine. Somehow.

“I realise no matter your ability, anything can happen … Enjoy everyday and just be grateful to be here.

Not riding again, don’t worry lol I’m very much over it
— Ethan Dolan (@EthanDolan) August 5, 2018
His brother Grayson wrote: “He’s fine he just scared his brother … me…


By Sherna Noah.
Full story at Yahoo News.

Friday, 3 August 2018

Nigerian Youths Arise!


Revolutionaries are key players in changing a nation not political parties. The same approach helped us to gain our freedom from colonial masters until military regime seized it from us.

Not until 1993 when Moshood Abiola (M.K.O) bought it back by laying down his life via democracy and until now we are still suffering because majority of our leaders only cater for their pockets and family members ;forgetting the national interests of.

Here below are the demands of our revolution and we will not relent until they are met:

1. "Food for all!", 
2. "Good roads for all!" , 
3. "Good hospital for all!", 
4. "Stable electricity for all!", 
5. "Clean and drinkable water supply!", 
6. "National security!", 
7. "Employments for all!", 
8. "Good economic atmosphere for both local & foreign businesses!"
9. "Good education system for all!"
10."Freedom of speech for all!"
11. "Gender equality for all!"
12. "Respect to human rights!"
13. "Corruption free system of government!"
14. "Amendment of constitution for a new Nigeria!"
15. "No more paying financial or mineral resources homage to colonial bosses!"

Nigerian Youths Arise! Nigerian Youths Arise! Nigerian Youths Arise!

At some point in heaven, there was an adversary and then came a revolution - 
Revelation 12 : 11 (KJV):  

"And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, and they loved not their lives unto the death."

BE READY THE WIND OF CHANGE THROUGH REVOLUTION IS COMING!


Thursday, 2 August 2018

Here's why Pearl Modiadie cancelled her wedding.

Pearl opens up about calling off her wedding for
the second time. Image: Via Pearl Modiadie's Instagram

"You know what love feels like. When it stops feeling like it and that small voice is talking. It was time to listen and walk."

Pearl Modiadie has for the first time opened up about "the small voice' in her head that led her to call off her wedding twice in two years. 

Pearl sent shockwaves through the industry when she seemingly confirmed reports that she and her ex-fiance Nkululeko Buthelezi had called off their wedding in May. 

Speaking on Trending SA this week, Pearl opened up about cancelling the wedding for the first time in 2017 and said she gave Nkululeko a second chance to test the waters.

"I went back the first time because you want to give them the second chance. You know, you want to see if you were right or wrong about them."



By Kyle Zeeman.
Full story at Thsisalive.



Wednesday, 1 August 2018

SOCIAL CAMPAIGN: BE PART OF THIS REVOLUTION!


"I live in a city that works: I'm part of a city that makes things happen. An African city for that matter (Johannesburg)! 

I wonder why things are different in Nigeria: Ibadan - Lagos expressway has been under construction before I left home but is a pity the same project is still under construction for about 12 years.

Who to blame: the construction company, the government, or the city people?

Damn, I'm sorry: we need a revolution out here!"OST

I’M SAYING: 

"WE NEED AN ACCOUNTABLE GOVERNMENT,  ACCOUNTABLE COMPANIES & ACCOUNTABLE CITY PEOPLE. ENOUGH OF PUBLIC FUNDS EMBEZZLEMENT.

WE NEED A REVOLUTION OUT HERE! WE WANT POSITIVE CHANGE IN NIGERIA!"