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Actor Luke Perry, ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ and ‘Riverdale’ Star, Dead

According to multiple news report, his representative confirmed his death on Monday.

Luke Perry, 52, died today after suffering a massive stroke," the statement reads.

"He was surrounded by his children Jack and Sophie, fiancé Wendy Madison Bauer, ex-wife Minnie Sharp, mother Ann Bennett, step-father Steve Bennett, brother Tom Perry, sister Amy Coder, and other close family and friends. The family appreciates the outpouring of support and prayers that have been extended to Luke from around the world, and respectfully request privacy in this time of great mourning.  No further details will be released at this time."

Perry was hospitalized on Feb. 28 after suffering a massive stroke at his home in Sherman Oaks, California.

The actor was born in Mansfield, Ohio, on Oct. 11, 1966, and grew up in nearby Fredericktown.

He is famous for his role on the teen movie Beverly Hills, 90210 and his latest role is on the  American drama series "Riverdale".

In an interview with Whoopi Goldberg in the 1990s, Perry said he auditioned for 215 acting jobs in New York before getting work on a TV commercial. After appearing in the music video "Be Chrool to Your Scuel" for the band Twisted Sister alongside Alice Cooper, Perry's earliest roles were in the daytime soap operas Loving (1987–88) and Another World (1988–89).

While starring on 90210, Perry won a supporting role in the original film version of Joss Whedon's Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1992). Perry had already become a popular teen idol in the early 1990s. He also starred in Terminal Bliss in 1992.
Perry has acted in a number of roles since the early 1990s until upon his death

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Jamaican Grace Jones 70 years old shut down Paris Fashion Week.

Grace Jones shut down the Tommy Hilfiger and Zendaya's disco-themed show for Paris Fashion Week

Grace Jones was born in Jamaica 19 May 1948 (age 70). She is an actress, model and musician who speak English, French and German. She is known for her gaudy, outlandish and extravagant fashion sense. She has been on the International fashion scene since she made on mark on the world.

Zendaya Got Grace Jones to Walk the Runway at Her Tommy Hilfiger Show.

Zendaya debuted her Tommy Hilfiger collection to the iconic disco-themed Studio 54 and Soul Train Era. The show featuring the  the spirited, vibrant and amazing Grace Jones. Jones danced her way down the stage and slapped her butt to the music ("Pull Up To The Bumper," by Grace Jones, naturally). She wore a gold bodysuit and metallic jacket. The iconic star wowed the audience as they clapped and cheered at her

The internet quickly lit up with Jones' awesomeness at 70 years old.

Zendaya told WWD that the show, which also featured plus-size models in a first for the Hilfiger brand, was a purposeful move to inspire a more diverse future for runways to come.

"We're paying homage to these women who changed our legacy… and allowed for me and so many others to be here," she said. "I remember when my Vogue cover came out, Beverly Johnson tweeted me congratulations, and I said this wouldn't be possible without you. This is about saying we appreciate and love you."

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T-Pain is revealed as the Masked Singer

T-Pain beat out eleven other celebrities to win the title of Masked Singer.

Faheem Rasheed Najm better known by his stage name T-Pain is known to many as a rapper. Therefore, it was shocking to many, as he beat out famous singers such as Gladys Knight, Donny Osmond and Joey Fatone of the famous boy band NSYNC.

The series premiered on Fox on January 2, 2019. Twelve celebrities compete on the show anonymously in costumes over ten episodes. Each episode, a portion of the competitors are paired off into face-off competitions, in which each will perform a song of his or her choice. From each face-off, the panelists and live audience vote; the winner is safe for the week, while the loser is put up for elimination. At the end of the episode, the losers of the face-offs are then subjected to the earlier votes of the panelists to determine who will not continue; the eliminated singer then takes off their mask to reveal their identity.

It was down to three finalist, singer Gladys Knight-Bee, singer Donny Osmond-Peacock and the Monster-T-Pain

Monster T-Pain Rapper
Peacock Donny Osmond Singer
Bee Gladys Knight Singer
Rabbit Joey Fatone NSYNC member
Lion Rumer Willis Actress
Alien La Toya Jackson Singer
Raven Ricki Lake Talk show host
Unicorn Tori Spelling Actress
Poodle Margaret Cho Comedian
Deer Terry Bradshaw NFL Hall of Famer
Pineapple Tommy Chong Comedian
Hippo Antonio Brown NFL player

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South African Pastor said to have raised a man from the dead

A South African pastor have gained worldwide attention when he said to have raised a man from the dead.

The video has now gone viral on Social Media even spark #ResurrectionChallenge.

According to the South African media, a man, known as "Elliot", allegedly being "brought back to life" by pastor Alph Lukau from Alleluia Ministries. The man was dressed in white clothes and had white gloves on when he rose from a coffin with his mouth wide open.

The man seem hungry and perplexed as he ate and shaked while the crowd sang and danced of his resurrection.

Many on social media, laughed and joke of the prospect of man raising the dead.

While many in South Africa argue this is impossible, others believe this pastor is capable of raising the dead.

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Regina King wins Oscar for best supporting actress for If Beale Street Could Talk

This is Regina King’s first Oscar nomination, and she triumphed in a field of stars such as Amy Adams, who played Dick Cheney’s wife Lynne in Vice, and Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone who played Sarah Churchill and Abigail Masham.

King was the strong favourite for the award, having taken the Golden Globe for best supporting actress.

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Buju Banton finally hold his Grammy Award trophy eight years after receiving it.

Kingston, Jamaica:

(📸 Robbo Ranx)

Buju Banton finally hold his Grammy Award trophy eight years after he received it.

The Album, Before the Dawn is Buju Banton's tenth studio album. It was released on September 28, 2010. This album was recorded at the artist's own Gargamel Music studio in Kingston, Jamaica. The album was Buju's last release before he was found guilty of federal drug charges.

The album won a Grammy Award in the 'Best Reggae Album' category in 2011.

Track listing

  1. " Rasta Can't Go " - 04:31
  2. " In The Air " - 03:35
  3. " Do Good " - 06:59
  4. " Battered & Bruised " - 04:08
  5. " Bondage " - 05:15
  6. " Struggle Together " - 04:32
  7. " Life " - 05:03
  8. " No Smoking At All " - 03:26
  9. " Try Life " - 04:10
  10. " Innocent " - 03:34

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Success Story Nesbeth. Born and mi grow ina place weh me never get no respect…

It may only be another minute
It may only be another minute
It may only be another minute
It may only be another minute
Born and mi grow ina place weh me never get no respect... no...
Never get no good education can't get no big cheque... no...
From me born an me grow, everybody weh me know ina distress... yea...
And it so easy for a youth get a big teck. Or addicted turn a victim.
And a nough man fold it out
cause them couldn't hold it out
and a nuff man sold it out
cause them couldn't go without
and in pursuit of riches
nuff man tek the girly route
but that a fi them thing
thats is not what my story bout
this a fi those who persevere
and who see through the tears
and in the grand scheme of every things
them still deh here
and all though wi nuh millionaire
feel like a millionaire
we still a celebrate and put wi hand inna di air
and seh
I am a success story yeah
success a success story
I am a success story yeah
success a success story
I am a success story yeah
success a success story
IIIII am a success story yeah
success a success story
Oh yeah, the journey where we step in life yeah
Come in some the place where we reside yeah
Make it past twenty five yeah
So me haffi celebrate mi life yeah
Me naffi have a mill in a mi pocket
Cause all me really need a life and a mi bone
And nuff man me see get quirk it out and crack it
Nuff a dem does end up with a bullet in a dome
That's why me stay easy and breezy... no drama
Anything that goes around comes around calmer
Everybody have them time, your own is just around the corner
From ayu nah gon put up ya hand and seh
I am a success story yeah
success a success story
IIIII am a success story yeah
success a success story
I am a success story yeah
success a success story
IIIII am a success story yeah
success a success story
It may only be another minute
It may only be another minute
It may only be another minute
It may only be another minute
I am a success story yeah
success a success story
IIIII am a success story yeah
success a success story
I am a success story yeah
success a success story
IIIII am a success story yeah
success a success story
Songwriters: Greg Fitzgerald Nesbeth / Oneil Thomas
Success Story lyrics © Copyright Control, NW COLLECTIONS OBO JACK RUSSELL MUSIC LTD

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Jamaican singers Dalton Harris and Tessanne Chin winners of The Voice & X Factor

Photo credit: Dalton Harris

On 24 May 2011 Dalton Harris posted on his Facebook Page of photo of himself and singer Tessanne Chin.
It is obvious from the photo Harris was very impressed to have met the sensational vocalist. The two met for the first time in Florida.

You can call it fate or cosmic coincidence but what they did not know is that they both would make history. Tessanne Chin went on to win The Voice in 2014 and Dalton Harris, yesterday became the newly crowned king of the UK TV Show The X Factor.

Chin was born in Kingston, Jamaica from a musical family and attended Mavisville Preparatory school. Her upbringing was very different from Dalton Harris'.

She had a full musical career where she collaborated with fellow Jamaican artists Shaggy ("Never Let Go") and Protoje ("Someone Like You"), the Trinidad and Tobago soca band Kes ("Loving You") and was featured in a track by the legendary Jamaican band Third World, titled "By My Side." She appeared as a special guest of Third World at the Highline Ballroom in New York City in April 2011. "By My Side" was featured in the soundtrack of Robert Townsend's series "Diary of a Single Mom" starring Monica CalhounLeon, and Billy Dee Williams. In September 2013, it was announced that she would be competing in Season 5 of NBC's singing competition, The Voice, after reggae/dancehall star Shaggy presented her the competition as an opportunity to finally have her big break as an international star. On the second episode of the Blind Auditions broadcast on September 24, 2013, she performed Pink's song "Try." All four coaches, namely Adam LevineCee Lo GreenChristina Aguilera and Blake Shelton turned their chairs for her but she opted for Adam Levine. She went on to win the Title in 2014.

Dalton Harris rose to fame after winning the Digicel Rising Stars title with a prize of $1 million in 2010 . He was 16 years old at the time. He on the other hand, came from a disadvantage family which played out in the Jamaican Media since his international recognition on the X Factor.

Shortly after winning the title, Harris suffered a string of misfortunes. The 16 years old young artist out-spent the $1 million prize. He dropped out of Edwin Allen High School at the 10th grade. He lived alone in an accommodation with no running water and no electricity. He was left to fend for himself in living conditions that were not suited for a human being. He was alone in the world.

Harris' situation changed in 2011 when he met music promoter and producer Donovan Germain, the chief executive officer of  Penthouse Records. At 19, he got into Kingston College and graduated with six Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) subjects, which allowed him to enroll in the school's sixth form programme. The music producer took Harris under his wings.  Harris credited Donovan Germain with 'saving' his life and described him as father, mentor and role model.

He topped the Jamaican dance hall charts in 2014 with his single "Pauper". He migrated to the United States five years ago to widen his scope in the entertainment industry. He has released a number of singles, such as: "I'm Numb", "Watch Over Me" and "That Wonderful Sound" in 2015; "All I Need", "Whisper in the Wind", "Unfaithful Chronicles" and "Dem Kinda Woman" in 2016; and "Perilous Time" in 2017. In 2018, he released the joint album Unintentional Astronaut with Mike Needler.

Harris rose to International fame when he entered the fifteenth UK series of The X Factor began on ITV on Saturday 1 September 2018. The live shows started on Saturday 20 October. He was one of the sixteen finalists. On December 2, Harris was announced as the winner of the 2018 edition, becoming the first foreign act to win the UK version of The X Factor.

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