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Madonna Takes A Tumble At The Brit Awards

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Madonna has given music fans a shock when she tumbled down several stairs at the Brit Awards.

The 56-year-old queen of pop was closing Wednesday’s ceremony in London with a performance of her song “Living For Love.”

Madonna entered with a troupe of male dancers and appeared to fumble with a long, flowing cloak she was wearing. A member of the troupe yanked on the garment, which was tied at the neck, but rather than come off it pulled Madonna backward down three steps while her dancers looked on, seemingly in shock.

In a post on Instagram after the performance, Madonna said she was doing OK.

“My beautiful cape was tied too tight! But nothing can stop me and love really lifted me up!” she wrote. “Thanks for your good wishes! I’m fine!”

The song includes a lyric about stumbling, then continues “I’m gonna carry on” – and Madonna did, continuing the matador-themed routine.

The fall drew an instant, and mostly sympathetic, reaction from ceremony attendees and television viewers.

“I feel for her,” singer Ashley Roberts told ITV news. “She’s a pro, though, and she kept going.”

Kanye West and Taylor Swift also performed at the Brit Awards, the U.K. equivalent of the Grammys.

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Event: Evans Apraku’s “After You Say I Do” Stage Play in Takoradi

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Month of Love ends with Evans Apraku’s “After You Say I Do” Stage Play

HeadyBrains Theatre House, led by Evans Apraku Boadi prepares to wow Sekondi-Takoradi art lovers with a romantic and hilarious play this Valentine season, titled “AFTER YOU SAY I DO”.

The team promises to serve theatre lovers of Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis with back to back plays enriched with thought-provoking themes, hilariously and satirically woven plots served sumptuously in suspense leaving its lovers salivating for more.

The production of “P=V” an adaptation of the Nativity of Christ on December 30, 2018, was a great success, setting the stage for more. Patrons are going to be served once again during this romantic season with a mouthwatering and rib-cracking love story set in marriage.

Mr. Apraku who was crowned the Best Story, Best Costume and Best Set Designer at the 2017 Western Movie Awards said the play, promises to leave an indelible mark on newly wedded, married and the yet to enter the ministry of marriage.

After You Say I Do”, written and directed by Evans Apraku Boadi shows at GNAT Hall, Fijai, Takoradi on Sunday 24th February 2019 at 6:30pm prompt.

The play features experienced actors like Paa Kwesi Alor, Beatrice Kwofie, Raphael Kpobi, Gifty Soglo, Laura Esi Mensah and many budding actors/actresses.

Tickets are being sold for GHȼ30.00 (Single), GHȼ50.00 (Double) and GHȼ100.00 (family or Group of 5). Each ticket comes with a Free Popcorn to munch on while enjoying the theatre works.

Also, HeadyBrains Theatre House will be awarding some complimentary tickets on their social media pages, so do well to keep an eye on their Facebook timeline.

Theatre lovers can get tickets at GNAT Hall, Super Moonlight Studio, God is Love Chop Bar, Ayefor Boutique, Aim Global Office, Carlos Super Market or contact 0550099608/ 0541373500 for more info or ticket delivery.

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It was not intentional – Bro. Sammy on Cecilia Marfo’s deliverance slap

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Local gospel sensation, Brother Sammy has finally commented on the incident involving gospel songstress, Cecilia Marfo at a church program held at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi.

Speaking in an interview on Kumasi-based radio station Abusua FM, spokesperson and producer of the Kumasi-based musician, Kofi revealed that the matter had been blown out of proportion by the media.

He insinuated that it was not the intention of Cecilia Marfo to cause any harm whatsoever to his artiste during her program.

The spokesman of the gospel musician indicated that what happened at the grounds of Cecilia Marfo’s program was not a slap as reported in media circles but rather a prophesy session involving his artiste on the plan of God concerning his future.

Kofi also quashed rumors that Cecilia Marfo ‘tore off’ Bro. Sammy’s necklace. He described that incident as normal and something that could happen to anyone since it was not intentional.

Not too long ago, a video went viral on social media which captured Cecilia Marfo giving Brother Sammy what looked like a slap across the face as she ministered unto him the mind of God concerning his life. The video also captured the female gospel musician who doubles as a Woman of God ‘ripping off’ a necklace worn by Bro. Sammy.

In the video, Cecilia Marfo was overheard telling Bro. Sammy that he had been called by God to do the work of the ministry. She went on to admonish the local gospel singer to lead a life characterized by prayer and dedication to God’s work.

Her prophecy to her follow musician was to be manifest in 2018 since that was the plan og the Lord over the life of the local gospel musician.

Credit:Yen.com.gh

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Full List Of Winners at the Rush Ghana DJ Awards 2017

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The 2017 edition of the Rush Ghana DJ Awards was held at the Silver Star Tower Airport City on 6th May 2017. The DJs that won on the night were as follows:

Full List Of Winners at the Rush Ghana DJ Awards 2017

OVERALL BEST DJ

DJ Vyrusky (WINNER)

BEST REGGAE DJ
KING LAGAZEE

BEST MIXTAPE DJ

DJ X (WINNER)

BEST DJ BRONG AHAFO
DJ Shaker – Gifts FM

BEST DJ – EASTERN REGION
DJ Police

BEST DJ – WESTERN REGION
DJ BIBINI

BEST DJ – GREATER ACCRA REGION

DJ Vyrusky

BEST DJ – VOLTA REGION

DJ Cyril – JD 99.9FM

BEST DJ – NORTHERN REGION

DJ Kofi – 123 FM

ASHANTI REGION

Mr Kaxtro

UPPER WEST REGION

DJ Tobile – W FM

BEST DJ – CENTRAL REGION
DJ Poppa

HONARARY AWARD

Lifetime Achievement Award – Azigiza Jnr

OTHER CATEGORIES

Best Night Club DJ – DJ Mic Smith (Twist – Accra)

Female Radio DJ – Ohemaa Woyegye – Adom FM

Best Male Radio DJ –

Mobile DJ/Sound System of the Year – Max Entertainment

Gospel DJ – Jay Smoke (GH One TV)

Scratch DJ – DJ Base

DJ song of the Year – Grind by DJ Vision

Best Highlife DJ of the Year – Andy Dosty

Best Hiplife DJ – Papa Bills

Best Campus DJ – JoJo Neizer (KNUST)

Best Club MC – MC Lyrical

Artist DJ – DJ Vyrusky (Shatta Wale)

DJ Discovery of the Year – DJ Kevin

Best Video Jockey – D J Xpliph

Best International Ghanaian DJ – DJ Akua

Raggae/Dancehall DJ of the Year – King Lagazee

Mixtape DJ of the Year – DJ X (I Am Mixtape Vol.1)

Pub DJ of the Year – DJ Kiss (Purple Pub)

Best Event DJ – DJ Vyrusky (Ghana Rocks)

Best DJ / Artist collaboration of the Year – Vision DJ ft A.I (Grind)

Best Female DJ – DJ Nyce

Best Music Promoter – DJ Advicer – Happy FM

Best International Non Ghanaian DJ –

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