Thursday, 11 July 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Scenes from Portland Jerk Fest, Reggae Sumfest launch, Digicel Rising Stars and the Ity & Fancy Cat season launch

MUSIC MEN: July 2, Kingston. The recent launch of the 21st staging of Reggae Sumfest had the Macau Gaming Lounge all abuzz with the mingling of stars, sponsors and promoters. Not surprisingly, dancehall kingpin Beenie Man (centre) was spotted holding court with Summerfest Productions' venerable duo of Johnny Gourzong (left) and Robert Russell(Photo: Infuzion Inc)

JAMAICA'S GOT TALENT: July 7, Kingston. The second batch of stardom hopefuls hit the stage during Sunday night's live episode of Digicel Rising Stars' tenth season. Posing afterwards with return hostess Terri-Karelle Reid are Shana-Kaye Sealy, Chevanese Thomas, Kemar Brown, David Harris, Unique 3, and Frederick 'Xslave' Bryan(Photo: Digicel)

BODY LANGUAGE: July 7, Portland. Weeks after bringing the curtains down on another stellar Dancin' Dynamites season, Jennifer 'Jenny Jenny' Small brought her trademark sizzling presence and boundless energy to the mainstage of the Portland Jerk Festival as host of the entertainment segment. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

ISLAND SPICE: July 7, Portland. Gearing up for the fast-approaching Miss Jamaica World grand coronation show, this year's gorgeous bevy of finalists brought a touch of glam to Sunday's Portland Jerk Festival on the east coast, joining Jenny Jenny on stage to greet the crowd. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

SHOW TIME: July 10, Kingston. Ahead of its highly anticipated TV J season premiere this Sunday, the Ity & Fancy Cat Show got a vibrant launch the other night, drawing appearances by the ace comics themselves, as well as Olivia 'Babsy' Grange, Lisa Hanna and Carlo Redwood, representing sponsors LIME -- who all took part in an iPad giveaway contest. (Photo: LIME)

ON POINT: July 10, Kingston. Addressing the new season launch of the Ity & Fancy Cat Show, Hanna, in her capacity as culture minister, made a point of promising to put in an appearance in a future episode of the comedy series. Talk about pleasant viewing. (Photo: LIME)

GADGET GENTS: July 10, Kingston. During a visit to the LIME headquarters on Carlton Crescent on Wednesday, Smile Jamaica co-host Neville 'Bertis' Bell was gifted with a new iPhone 5 by sponsorship manager, Stephen Miller, who went to explain the enhanced features of the mobile device. (Photo: LIME)

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