Friday, 14 September 2012

SCENE & HEARD: Chris Martin + Jodi Stewart Henriques + Alphanso Cunningham + Leftside + Natalie Neita-Headley + Sean Paul + PM Simpson-Miller

OPEN HOUSE: Sep. 12, Kingston. Standing out in bright red, PM Portia Simpson-Miller participates in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of the National Baptist Basic School in Paradise Gardens, Trench Town. Paradise Gardens is a National Housing Trust (NHT) strata development, and the school will be managed by the community’s strata committee. Also pictured: housing minister and MP Dr. Omar Davies; NHT Chairman Easton Douglas; NHT Managing Director A. Cecile Watson. (Photo: OPM)

COUNTRY STRONG: Sep. 12, Kingston. On his arrival from the 2012 Games, Paralympic gold medallist Alphanso Cunningham is warmly greeted at the Norman Manley International Airport by sports minister Natalie Neita-Headley. Cunningham copped his gold medal for a superb Javelin throw, which set a new national and a regional record. Speaking on behalf of the government, Neita Headley said the Paralympians were an inspiration for the people of Jamaica. (Photo: OPM)

WAVE RUNNERS: Sep. 8, Kingston. Maiden Cay, off the coast of Port Royal, provided a gorgeous sunlit setting for last weekend's video shoot for "Want Your Body," starring deejays Leftside (pictured here with model Nikki Dean) and Sean Paul who had a blast vibing with the bikini-clad babes on the beach. (Photo: Skkan Media)

BODY BEAUTIFUL: Sep. 8, Kingston. If you got it, flaunt it... Jodi Stewart Henriques (Sean Paul's lady love) got the party started at Maiden Cay last weekend, turning heads in this ultra-flattering two-piece, shades, a cool cap and a winning smile. An easy A+. (Photo: Skkan Media)

DOUBLE TROUBLE: Sep. 8, Kingston. The men of the hour had no prob raising the energy levels on set as they got down to filming the visual for their upcoming "Want Your Body" clip in Maiden Cay last Saturday. Sean Paul, meantime, announced recently that he'll soon kick off a North-American tour in support of his most recent album, Tomahawk Technique. (Photo: Skkan Media)

SHOW STOPPERS: Sep. 11, Kingston. Moments after blazing the stage with a slew of his hottest hits and some old-school jams at Tuesday's Behind The Screen, singer Chris Martin posed with Imru James, brand manager of sponsors Heineken, inside Usain Bolt's Tracks & Records. (Photo: Contributed)




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