Friday, 14 September 2018

ON THE SCENE: Miss Lou’s ‘kids’ celebrate her statue unveiling; Ricardo Fuller puts on his game face; Usain Bolt’s gravitational pull, and more

SPACE CHASE: Sep. 12, France: Usain Bolt keeps reminding us that there’s nothing left for him to do – except climb Mount Everest. Earlier this week, the legendary sprinter ticked another cool item off his bucket list when he got to do some sprinting and sip fine champagne in zero-gravity conditions, during a flight aboard a specially modified Airbus Zero-G plane above Reims in France. The Mumms Champagne ambassador enjoyed the moment alongside French astronaut Jean Francois Clervoy and interior dedigner Octave de Gaulle. (Photo: Reuters) 

GAME DAY: Sep. 8, St. James: Digicel Manning Cup ambassador Ricardo Fuller is flanked by a pair of lovely Digicel ladies at the Catherine Hall Stadium, as action kicked off in the 2018 schoolboy football season in Montego Bay on the weekend. (Photo: Sleek)

RING DING: Sep. 7, St. Andrew. Several showbiz icons joined Culture minister Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange at the official unveiling of a new Basil Watson statue honouring the late great Miss Lou, in her old hometown of Gordon Town. Leonie Forbes, Oliver Samuels, Karen Harriott and Owen ‘Blakka’ Ellis were among the stalwarts in attendance. (Photo: Ministry of Culture) 

WE ARE FAMILY: Aug. 31, Kingston. Rising Stars alum Verlando Small, never without his instrument, and lady-in-red Terri-Karelle Reid, who still hosts the popular talent show, share a moment at the Victoria Pier, on the occasion of the JDIC’s 20th anniversary launch, where Small thrilled the guests with his virtuosic stylings. (Photo: Skkan Media) 

MODEL CITIZENS: Aug. 31, Kingston. The JDIC 20th anniversary affair at the Victoria Pier also drew appearances from parliamentarian Fayval Williams and Saint International boss Deiwght Peters, who was accompanied by one of his young runway divas. (Photo: Skkan Media)

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