Sunday, November 20, 2011

NotJustOk Music Conccert: Ticket Sales now on

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Finally, the #NMC tickets are available for sale and on sale. For now, this is only available for people outside Nigeria. This online sale will only last for 10 days (November 28) so that we can have more than enough time to mail the tickets out to people outside the country who plan to be at the NotjustOk Music Concert.

One of the reasons we decided to make the tickets available for purchase on the site is that we do not want a situation where folks who plan to be in Nigeria on the week of the event get there and the tickets are sold out. So this will give some of you who live outside of Nigeria a chance to purchase your tickets so that you don’t miss out.

Tickets will be mailed out once purchased on the site to a physical address, so it is important that you enter your correct information when making your purchase.

Also, there are limited tickets available so please hurry up and buy as soon as possible. All the other tickets are already in Lagos so you will have to purchase it there once we run out on the site.

Starting some time next week tickets will go on sale at selected outlets:
Regular – N5,000
VIP – N15,000
VVIP – N30,000

Queen Latifah opens up about kids, age and her assets at The Keep A Child Alive Black Ball in NY

The queen wants a princess — or prince.

Queen Latifah tells the December/January issue of More: "I'm definitely going to adopt — or have — a child. I've wanted to adopt since I was 17 or 18 years old."

The 41-year-old cover girl (and CoverGirl), who stars in the upcoming gospel-fest flick Joyful Noise with Dolly Parton, jokes about her and Parton's shared, uh, assets: "Can you imagine?...Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah singing, in one movie? All those breasts! We wish you all the breasts!"

There's more bold body talk. Latifah, for instance, seems to snub the idea of going under the cosmetic surgeon's knife: "When I was a kid, I was always the one hanging with older cool people. I've met so many people all through my life who made growing older look good. Look at Jamie Lee Curtis, not getting plastic surgery and not changing her hair."

The multi-hyphenate celebrity is typically frank about embracing her own faults: "People say, 'You have such beautiful skin!' But guess what? I get pimples, too. I mean, (expletive), I'm a woman, I have hormones. Who knows what is going on? I've just got to roll with it…The reality is, I like imperfection. You take away from the world when you're not yourself. Whatever is unique and special about you was designed by God. And when you try to be someone else, we don't get you."

Prince Harry Parties in Vegas

Prince Harry on stage at a London awards ceremony this summer, before he took off for military training

What happens in Vegas doesn't completely stay in Vegas — at least when it comes to Prince Harry.

Britain's third in line to the throne took his relatively raucous romp through the Western U.S. (where he's nearly done with his military training) to Sin City last night, and People has all the PG-rated details. A dressed-down Harry — in light blue jeans and a blue shirt rolled up to elbows but without his of-late ubiquitous baseball cap — managed to party incognito for a couple of hours starting around midnight at Wynn Las Vegas's Tryst nightclub. There's no word as to whether this prince, a Vegas virgin, landed himself a showgirl, but between Grey Goose vodka tonics, Harry, 27, was seen chatting up a black-skirted blonde and boogying for a brunette.

MORE: Where did Prince Harry party in Las Vegas?

Naturally, once it became clear that this was no ordinary ginger-haired gent, scads of women bellied up to his nine-strong VIP section. The word from security? "Private party." The group broke up around 3 a.m., when the prince exited through a side door and retired to a room at the top-rated resort.


Saturday, November 19, 2011


Top 10 Blazin' Hot Traxx

Stars and Friends Grieve over Death of Rapper Heavy D

"He was just amazing," said Xea Myers, 11, Heavy D's daughter, when she made a short tribute at the two-and-a-half-hour funeral service at Grace Baptist Church. "That's why we're all here today. To celebrate his love and passion."

Mourners filled the sanctuary and its overflow rooms to remember Heavy D, 44, who died Nov. 8 in Los Angeles from pneumonia complications, according to his family. The funeral drew several celebrities, including Jay-Z, Queen Latifah, John Legend and Sean "Diddy" Combs.

"It's clear why Heavy is such a beautiful and respected person, 'cause of his family and the way he was raised," said Combs during a tribute he delivered, which he began by thanking Heavy D's parents, Clifford and Eulahlee Myers.

"Coming up, I remember how proud I?was knowing I was from the same town as Heavy D," Combs said.

Heavy D was born in Jamaica and immigrated to the United States with his family in 1971. The family first lived in the Bronx and moved to Mount Vernon in 1976.

Combs told uproarious stories about Heavy D, including about how Combs schemed to meet him.

"The first thing I?tried is that I was going to take walks on the block that he lived on because I?knew there was a chance that he would drive by and he would see me and I would be, like, 'Yo! Hev!,'" Combs said. "And he would roll down his window and I would introduce myself to him and he would introduce himself to me and I would become his manager. And that plan didn't work too well because he would just keep driving by every time."

Through further attempts, Combs said he eventually got Heavy D to help him break into the music industry and get an internship at Uptown Records.

Before the funeral began, Heavy D lay in front of the church in his open casket surrounded by white calla lilies, a large portrait of him to the right of the altar. His family sat and stood by the casket before the funeral, paying their final respects before it was closed at the beginning of the 11 a.m. service.

During his words of comfort, the Rev. Al Sharpton praised Heavy D for his positive attitude.

"You don't have to cover no scandals. You don't have to make no excuses. This man changed the world and he did it without getting ugly or violent or degrading," said Sharpton, urging everyone at the service to take the same higher road. "The real challenge is what will you leave here to do, and what can we say about you."

The Rev. Franklyn Richardson, pastor of Grace Baptist, said he had been touched by the faith of Heavy D's family, some of whom worship at his church.

"I've been encouraged by the galiant posture of mother Myers," said Richardson, noting that, in the first days after her son's death, her voice was somber. "I called her the third day and she was effervescent, a woman of power. I said, 'What has happened to you? Your voice has changed.' She said, 'Jesus came by.'"

Mount Vernon Mayor-elect Ernest Davis praised Heavy D for his generosity.

"Many of us know about the celebrity, but how many of us know about the man? The man who cared. The man who knew that we would be judged by what we do for the least of us," said Davis, recalling parties thrown for the public by Heavy D and Combs in a city park. "We need to do less hating and more loving, more giving and less taking. That's what Heavy was about."

After the service, pall bearers, including some of the original members of Heavy D and the Boyz, took the casket outside. Mourners then accompanied the Myers family to Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, N.Y.

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department refuses to give any specifics about its new investigation into the 30-year-old drowning death of actress Natalie Wood— except to say that her husband, actor Robert Wagner, is not a suspect

The investigation into Natalie Wood's 1981 drowning is being re-opened based on new information, Los Angeles police announced Thursday.

Lt. John Corina, the lead detective on the case, said at a news conference Friday that his office has received "substantial information" prompting the sheriff's department to take another look into one of Hollywood's great mysteries, which was ruled an accidental drowning 30 years ago.

"Recently we received information which we felt was substantial enough to take another look at the case," Corina told more than 100 reporters outside the sheriff's office in Monterey Park. "The case has been assigned to two homicide investigators who will be following up on the information and any other new information."

Friday, November 18, 2011

A Must Watch... In Theatres now

Top Box Office

2.Jack and Jill
3.Puss in Boots
4.Tower Heist
5.J. Edgar
6.A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas
7.In Time
8.Paranormal Activity 3
10.Real Steel

Opening This Week

•Happy Feet Two
•The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1
•The Descendants
•Another Happy Day
•The Lie
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Entertainment News And Gossip From The US

'X Factor' Loses Stacy Francis As Astro Loses His Cool

'Harry Potter' Stars Miss 'Family' Atmosphere

Beyonce Debuts New Videos -- And Her Wedding Dress!

Beyonce's 'Countdown' Video Dissected

Justin Bieber, Scooter Braun Address 'Unfortunate' Paternity Suit

'Jackass' Star Ryan Dunn Remembered In MTV Special'Jackass' Star Ryan Dunn Remembered In MTV Special

Remembering Ryan Dunn
Heavy D Was 'In Great Shape,' His Brother SaysHeavy D Was 'In Great Shape,' His Brother Says

Remembering Heavy D
Lady Gaga Is 'Interrupted' In 'Marry The Night' PreviewLady Gaga Is 'Interrupted' In 'Marry The Night' Preview

Lady Gaga: Inside The Outside
Heavy D Fans Pay Final Respects At Public Memorial

Video: Remembering Heavy D

Ashton Kutcher And Demi Moore Announce Divorce

Selena Gomez Felt 'Relaxed' In 'Hit The Lights' Video

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NOTJUSTOK.COM Announces THE OFFICIAL Performance LINE-UP for Music Concert on Dec 17, 2011

Nigeria’s largest online music hub, NotJustOk, announces the official launch of the NotJustOk Music Concert, scheduled to take place on December 17th, 2011 at GET Arena, in Lagos, Nigeria.

The NotJustOk Music Concert is an opportunity for artists, whose music and work have received loads of support from the site, to connect with the fans who provide that support. By visiting the music site daily to listen, download and/or buy albums, these loyal fans support not only the artist, but the entire Nigerian music industry, which has in the past few years experienced immense growth both at home in Africa, and internationally.

Organizers of the concert are working hard, to ensure that this premiere concert is one that fans and attendees will be talking about long after the concert is over. As part of this, they are putting together a stellar performance line-up which currently consists of the following artistes:

The Mo’Hits Allstars, Choc Boiz (M.I, Jesse Jagz, Ice Prince and Brymo), EME Crew (Banky W, Wizkid, Skales), eLDee ‘the Don’, Tiwa Savage, Lami, Mo’cheddah, SauceKid, Show Dem Camp, Sound Sultan, Timaya,Chidinma, Myke, Iyanya, Eva, RuggedMan, Ikechukwu, Kelly Hansome, Kennis Music, Iceberg Slim, Kefee, Dammy Krane, Yung6ix, Davido and a host of other performers soon to be announced.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Demi Moore to divorce Ashton Kutcher
Regis' exit takes daytime TV to 'a crossroads'
Exclusive: Michael Jackson 'Immortal' remix
Michelle Williams channels Marilyn Monroe
CBS orders two more seasons of 'Survivor'
Photos: A look back at Regis Philbin's career
'Theory' meets practice of female co-stars
Lady Gaga splits from creative director
'Breaking Dawn': Twilight's best yet
'Feet' struggles to stay upright



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