Because let’s be honest, we all love a bit of celebrity goss…
Dubai is fast becoming the mini-break and stopover favourite for the world’s rich and famous.
With so many A-listers (and B-, C- and D-listers) visiting the glittering emirate every day, we bring you a weekly round up of who was spotted where.
You know, just in case you were wondering who to keep an eye out for when you’re down at Dubai Mall…
With her official Dior duties out of the way, the supermodel found plenty of time for fun in the UAE – sampling shisha, partying on a yacht, driving a Rolls-Royce to Abu Dhabi and taking to the skies with Skydive Dubai… twice.
After headlining at Nasimi Beach last weekend, the DJ appeared to spend most of his down time in his hotel room. I mean, wouldn’t you, if you were staying at Atlantis The Palm? Steve treated his followers to a tour of his underwater hotel room, before joining the fish for a swim.
Who else has to sing Jason Derulo’s name in their head every time they see it? The In My Head singer performed a free gig at White Dubai this week, and shared these brooding pool snaps, captioned: “Eat, Pool, Club, Sleep, Repeat”. Yep, that’s our lives, too…
The Welsh songstress was here to perform a special concert for a group of cruise passengers at Jumeirah Beach Hotel. The event wasn’t quite as exclusive as organisers had hoped, however – one Instagram commenter noted how fantastic Kath sounded from the Wild Wadi Water Park.
The celebrity choreographer held a dance workshop in Dubai this week, and in between busting moves, fit in some serious sightseeing. We’re talking Ski Dubai, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the Burj Al Arab and the Burj Khalifa. Here’s a snap of him “apartment shopping” at the latter…
Nawal El Zoghbi
This Lebanese pop megastar is apparently in Dubai on an important shopping mission… to find a dress for Morocco’s Mawazine festival. Here’s a contemplative snap of the singer – perhaps she’s already pondering what to wear?
Known as one of India’s best standup comedians, Atul Khatri has performed in Dubai a number of times – but even so, the Burj Khalifa never fails to impress. Warning: You might want to turn the volume down for this one.