LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Pop singer Mariah Carey and rapper Nicki Minaj will leave “American Idol” after just one season as judges on the singing contest show, following on the heels of longtime judge Randy Jackson who left amid a TV ratings slump.
Charmaine Blackman is a name that is known in every Guyanese household. Her seat on the judging panel of GT&T’s Jingle and Song Competition is possibly the most viewed as persons seek to discover ‘what Charmaine is wearing’.
The last time we spoke to Darren McAlmont was back in 2010 when he had just begun his drama career. Now three years later this ‘shy’ guy has done well for himself and is staging his first one-act play Snapped, which he described as the ultimate show.
Charmaine Blackman and Abigail James are currently in Barbados where they will provide entertainment on Sunday at the Guyanese Association of Barbados Inc’s (GABI) annual ‘Taste of Guyana’ at the Barbados Hockey Federation’s Astro turf field in the Sir Garfield Sobers Sports Complex, Wildey, St Michael.
The 2013 Independence Exhibition, a collaborative venture by the National Archives, the University of Guyana Library, the Burrowes School of Art, the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security, the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport and the National Museum, opened on Friday at the National Museum.
(Billboard) – Mariah Carey’s appearance on “Good Morning America” yesterday was slightly less than beautiful, or even #beautiful. The pop star suffered a (minor) wardrobe malfunction on the “GMA” outdoor stage at Rumsey Playfield in New York City, and then cursed on live television before bringing out Miguel to perform her latest hit.
Weaving Water, Ryhaan Shah’s second novel was released May 20 by Cutting Edge Press in London, UK.
The novel follows the fortunes of several jahajis [indentured labourers] who made the last crossing from India in 1917 aboard the SS Ganges.