See Carly Rae Jepsen Decked Out in Radiant Royal Gems Before She Steps Into Cinderella’s Slippers

first_imgA few of us around the Broadway.com office still haven’t calmed down over the news that “Call Me Maybe” singer Carly Rae Jepsen will make her Broadway debut in the title role of Cinderella, alongside Emmy nominee Fran Drescher (as Madame). Obviously, we love love love Tony nominee Laura Osnes, but we still can’t wait to see the Grammy nominee get dressed up in Cinderella’s gorgeous gown and glitzy glass slippers. The always-classy Osnes even addressed the Carly Rae haters on December 29 when she tweeted, “Have we learned nothing from Ella about charity, generosity, and kindness?” Jepsen responded with “Dear @LauraOsnes I think you are truly lovely. Big shoes to fill! It’s an honor to try on the Cindy shoes! Xoxox.” Has there ever been a more perfect pair of princesses? Nope. Now, Jepsen has given us a tiny preview of what she’ll look like when she becomes Broadway’s reigning princess by Instagramming a photo of herself bedazzled in snazzy jewelry. Jepsen captioned the photo: “Family breaky before I fly to NYC—they decked me out in Cinderella gear. I don’t think they expected me to wear it all morning! Haha.” Call us biased, but we think she looks downright aristocratic in her treasures. Savor Jepsen’s fab photo and then catch her in Cinderella at the Broadway Theatre beginning February 4! Cinderella Related Shows Laura Osnes View Commentscenter_img Carly Rae Jepsen Star Files Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 4, 2015last_img read more

MTN lists its Black Empowerment arm, Zakhele on the JSE

first_imgDespite the regulatory pressure its facing in Nigeria, MTN listed its black empowerment scheme on the main board of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange on Thursday.MTN Zakhele has become the first broad-based black economic empowerment (BEE) scheme to list on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange’s amended BEE Segment.The vehicle will let previously disadvantaged South Africans invest in the group.More than 14 million shares valued at over R1,2-billion are owned by about 102,000 black investors.MTN Zakhele chairperson Sindi Mabaso-Koyana said the move would “provide shareholders with regulatory certainty for trading their MTN Zakhele shares”.MTN Zakhele has a 4% stake in the MTN group.last_img

$800,000 for Portsmouth Hospital renovations

first_img Share Tweet Share 204 Views   no discussions HealthLifestyleLocalNewsPolitics $800,000 for Portsmouth Hospital renovations by: – August 2, 2018center_img Share Dr. Kenneth Darroux Minister for Health and Social ServicesAn estimated eight hundred thousand dollars ($800,000.00) has been allocated for the “further transformation” of the Reginald F. Armour Hospital at Portsmouth.This was announced during the Budget Debate on Tuesday 31 July 2018 by the Minister for Health and Social Services, Dr. Kenneth Darroux during the recently concluded sitting of Parliament.“In this year’s budget we see, I think eight hundred thousand dollars, budgeted Madame Speaker, because we feel that the time is now to implement the transformation of the Portsmouth Hospital,” Minister Darroux stated.He noted that the rehabilitation works is necessary considering that the R.F. Armour Hospital serves Portsmouth and the Ross University School of Medicine.“So we recognize that extensive works needs to be done to the hospital in Portsmouth in order to bring it up to date and up to par with what we call the second town,” Minister Darroux said.The Minister also announced that ninety-four thousand, three hundred dollars ($94, 300.00) was recently spent on lab repairs specifically to “modernize and equip the Portsmouth Hospital”. Sharing is caring!last_img read more