Tuesday, 19 November 2013

LOOK WHO'S TALKING: Yendi Phillipps + Gary Dixon + Tahnida Nunes + Joan Reddie + Damian 'DJ' Shaw + Kane Cowburn + Beth Hyde + Usain Bolt

TALK THAT TALK: Nov. 17, United States.Fresh from his big win at the IAAF Gala in Monaco, the World's Fastest Man catches up with pals Billy Bush and Kit Hoover on Access Hollywood Live, where the conversation touched on the sprinter's recently released autobiography, Faster Than Lightning. (Photo: Usain Bolt/Twitter)

PLAYING THE FIELD: Nov. 11, Barbados. Hanging tight at the recent Digicel Kick-Start Academy in Bridgetown, aspiring young soccer stars Juan Checa and Je'Vahn Tyrell have a talk with coach Kane Cowburn (centre). Nearly 40 teen ballers participated in the clinic which featured coaches from the UK's Chelsea Football Club Foundation. (Photo: Digicel)

IT TAKES TWO: Nov. 7, Kingston. TV hostess Yendi Phillipps and image consultant Damian 'DJ' Shaw were among the famous faces who showed support for Dressed For Success, hosted earlier this month at the British High Commission. Under the patronage of Her Excellency Lady Allen, the event was aimed at providing young professionals with much-needed career tools and life-changing advice. (Photo: STUSH)

MAKING A POINT: Nov. 9, Kingston. The TVJ Studios was the setting for the new-season launch of Magnum Kings & Queens of Dancehall, now its seventh year. Here, Digicel's sponsorship manager Tahnida Nunes has a word with Appleton's Gary Dixon(Photo: Ishango Photos)

WOMEN'S LEAGUE: Nov. 16, St. Andrew. The Canadian Women's Club of Jamaica had the Police Officers Club all to themselves on Saturday, drawing scores of patrons to their fundraising bazaar, proceeds from which will benefit the St. John Bosco Boys Home in Manchester. Clearly having a blast at the event: Beth Hyde, Chhaya Hawkins and honorary club president Joan Reddie(Photo: Kate Chappell)

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