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P Diddy sets sights on 007 role
DIDDY.jpgSean ‘Diddy’ Combs has set his sights on becoming what has customarily been a white, classical British character in the next 007 flick.

Yes – he wants to be the next James Bond; and has gone to extreme lengths to increase his chances. Reports say ‘Diddy’ went to France’s southern coast to shoot ‘action footage’ that would serve as not only his audition tape, but also promotional footage for an upcoming fragrance.

“Diddy’ reportedly said, "This is my audition tape for the next James Bond. There is a black President and it's time for there to be a black Bond. God bless..."

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Jamaica Jazz and Blues has top class lineup as usual

Described as a potpourri of musical genres, the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival is set to soar on January 22 to 24, 2009. The joint Jamaica Tourist Board and Turn Key production takes place in Rose Hall, Montego Bay, and it remains a traditional musical jaunt for many across the world.

The mighty O’Jays will be celebrating 50 years there and headliner, Lionel Ritchie says, “…Its gonna be one out of control unforgettable party.” Also appearing are top artists like: Maxi Priest, Mr. smooth satin sounding “Lost Without You” Robin Thicke, Chicago, UK’s Estelle, Atlantic Starr and Randy Crawford & Joe Sample.

Go to www.jamaicajazzandblues.com for tickets.

eSaver Fares

Air Jamaica’s seat sales are a steal at this time and well worth checking out for last minute travel ending December 14, 2008.

Lovebird Economy Class one-way ‘eSaver fares are limited, so get yours fast and save.

Fare Examples are:

Between And USD(One-Way

Miami Fort Lauderdale Kingston/Montego Bay $54

Atlanta Kingston/Montego Bay $89

New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore Kingston/Montego Bay $139

Chicago Kingston/Montego Bay $159

Los Angeles Kingston/Montego Bay $199

New York Grenada $184

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