While the parents and children are stars the undisputed queen of this show is Deptford-born Miss Diva, 36. There were kids in school who really like dance but their parents have no money.
“She is giving back to the community that she grew up in,” said Marianne, a lifelong friend. There 100 per cent needs to be more people like Zarine. I thought, ‘I’ve got to do something.’” Her pupils are her motivation: “They are involved in something.
In every community.” When Miss Diva — who works as a full-time teacher and part-time scriptwriter and interior designer — eventually sits down, she explained why she created the project. A lot of kids today aren’t involved in something, they are on the streets causing trouble.
“When I was young my life was a bit difficult,” she said. Here they can say, ‘We’re going to the performing arts project, we got a show, we got a purpose.’” Support from Comic Relief has been a “lifesaver”.
On a lazy Saturday I looked for a book to spend some relaxed hours with.
I thought about a mix between action, crime and romance and so I started to re-read .
The group currently delivers dance classes every Saturday.
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Previously funding “was coming out of my account and I thought, ‘I can’t keep doing this and have my life.
VH1 has greenlit “Satan’s Sisters,” a scripted drama inspired by Star Jones’ 2011 book of the same name, which tells the behind-the-scenes story of a popular daytime ladies’ talk show, inspired by her time on “The View.” “Satan’s Sisters” will focus on the five female co-hosts of a popular daily TV talk show and the fireworks that ensue each weekday when they discuss life, love, family, politics and gossip.
After radio stations got angry phone calls about the song’s infectious blood-thirst, the here-to-forever-controversy-prone Dixie Chick Emily Robison said in a statement, “We’re not promoting murder, and we even say that in a disclaimer on our album…Besides, is there a gentler way to go than with black-eyed peas?