Sunday, July 26, 2009
With a report of a new collaboration with Mary J Blige for his fourth studio album that Tuface is busy recording,R Kelly on his recent visit to Nigeria for the ThisDay Music Festival wasreported to have been denied recording a duet with Tuface stating his unawareness of the collaboration track featuring him on the ‘flex‘ song in Tuface’s Unstoppable album.
City People informed that R Kelly denied knowing Tuface and laughed over the song after it was played to him, insisting that he made the beat a long time ago and that it must have been tapped on the internet. The Flex song was said to have been facilitated by Toyin Subair, boss of HiTV cable network. R Kelly denial also raised the issue of Tuface’s absence from this year ThisDay event, His manager denied Tuface been dropped from the event by the organizers citing the pretext of an event booking at Benin as the reason.
Posted by Mr. Entertainment at 4:41 PM
Already drawing the crowds in the South American resort of San Alfonso del Mar in Chile, this artificial lagoon and swimming pool is 19.77 acres in size and contains an incredible 250,000 cubic meters of water.
Acknowledged by Guinness World Records as being the world’s largest swimming pool, the lagoon trounces all other record holders in the category, including the Orthlieb pool in Casablanca, Morocco, itself a huge 150 meters by 100 meters – the San Alfonso pool is 1km in length.
The revolutionary clear water artificial lagoons, transparent to a depth of 35 meters and unprecedented in design and construction methods, are the brainchild of Crystal Lagoons founder, biochemist and Chilean businessman Fernando Fischmann.
It is equivalent in size to an incredible 6,000 standard domestic pools.
I THINK I WOULD JUST HAVE TO MOVE INTO THIS HOTEL FOR LIKE 3 YEARS LOL.
Posted by Mr. Entertainment at 4:06 PM
Jennifer Lopez celebrates her 40th Birthday at midnight on the set of her new movie ''The Back-Up Plan''
WOW J.LO IS 40????????? SHE STILL LOOKS GREAT.......
Posted by Mr. Entertainment at 3:52 PM
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Bulova continues to creep up market and some of the latest offerings are clear indication of that. Funny enough the once American, now Japanese (Citizen watches owned) watch maker seems to be using less Japanese movements now as opposed to before. As such, this Bulova Accutron Edison GMT watch contains a high-grade Swiss ETA 2893-2 automatic mechanical movement that I would have never guessed would end up in a watch like this.
Going along with the Japanese obsession for double naming products, what was once two labels is now one under this watch. Accutron used to be a separate label, but owned by Bulova. Now both names are mashed on the face in a seemingly unnecessary attempt to gain as much brand recognition as possible. I will let it slide though as it is just one of those Japanese marketing quirks. The focus on the watch is the large applied Arabic hour indicators while the GMT hand is smaller and has its own ring that doubles as an hour indicator path for the hour hand. I like the little red GMT hand that looks almost cute. The lugs on the 41mm wide steel case look to be direct homages to those on classic Accutron watches - namely the popular Spaceview. Aside from the odd looking "two highways intersecting" graphic in the middle of the watch, things seem to be pretty classic "on the Edison GMT watch front." The caseback has a movement display window and the watch is water resistant to 50 meters. The crystal is sapphire. No price yet, but I would expect just a couple of thousand dollars for this new Bulova Accutron timepiece.
Posted by Mr. Entertainment at 3:15 PM