GET LIFTED: International gospel sensation Tye Tribbett brought his crazy-for-Jesus music ministry to the grounds of the UWI Bowl, Mona Campus, on Saturday, for the 2011 staging of the Fun In The Son festival. Late last year, the American singer told the Associated Press that he contemplated suicide during the breakdown of his marriage to wife, Shante. It's a relief to learn that the two have since reconciled and are now "stronger than ever."
CULTURE CLASH: Attending a Jamaica-India ICT certification programme at the Courtleigh Auditorium in New Kingston on Thursday, Information minister Daryl Vaz (left) shares a light moment with the lovely Marlene Malahoo-Forte, state minister for foreign affairs (2nd left). Also in attendance were Indian High Commissioner to Jamaica, Mohinder Grover (centre) and Executive Director of the HEART Trust/NTA, Dr. Carolyn Hayle. At right, Chantelle and Rachelle Biersay perform an Indian cultural item.
MELLOW YELLOW: Flashing that radiant smile while channelling her inner tomboy, Naomi Cowan brightens the day at the Fun In The Son gospel fest at the UWI Bowl on Saturday. So adorable.
CAT POWER: One thing you can't accuse Aisha Davis of is being boring. For her latest photoshoot, the edgy singer got in touch with her fierce feline instincts. We hear they're looking for a new Catwoman. We beg to nominate Aisha; she's a purrrrfect candidate.
ALL BLACK EVERYTHING: Sleek and sporty, gospel star Ryan Mark (right) took time from recording his upcoming third album to catch the performances at Fun In The Son at the UWI Bowl on Saturday. Is that a backpack completing his look? Ryan stays young.
(Photo creds: PraiseRiot.com, Office of the PM, Marvin Bartley)