Going Global!

The Lord has been faithful! Trying to reconstruct this site and personalize it, all post from here henceforth will keep you posted on SirVic’s activities. God bless you as you keep supporting the gospel and may His light shine upon your path in Jesus name. May He be a billion God to you and my you never cease to say to Him #AMANAM! Download my singles from http://www.gospelph.com/sirvic, let’s relate on my twitter handle @sirvic_inchrist, talk to me on http://www.facebook.com/officialsirvic. One way or another just reach me, God bless you!

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SIRVIC: THE ALL NEW GOSPEL SENSATION

SirVic

SirVic

@sirvic_inchrist

@sirvic_inchrist

Praise the Lord! The grace of the Lord has been sufficient and now SirVic drops his singles Billion God & Amanam featuring @afydouglas. After some years of motivational rapping (Rythm And Peotry), the merciful Lord called SirVic a native of Essene in Ikot-Abasi Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State into singing the Gospel.
He commenced music production officially in 2014 with the production of his album, in one of his singles he features @afydouglas a well established gospel singer. Twitter: @sirvic_inchrist, facebook: Victor Ekpo, BBM: 27bf2aba.

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K.O Baba Comedy Fellowship

One of Port Harcourt’s finest gospel Comedian/compere will be setting the pace again come August, bringing you the best of entertainment and showmanship the K.O Baba Comedy Fellowship brand is set to stir up the city of Port Harcourt again. Get set!

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Irony as Vin Diesel visits the Paul Walker’s family.

Los Angeles – Vin Diesel raced to the home of Paul Walker’s mother after learning about his death.
The 46-year-old actor has revealed he instinctively turned to Cheryl Walker for support and jumped on plane to California to be by her side as soon as he heard that ‘ The Fast and the Furious’ co-star had died in a fiery car accident last Saturday.
In a heart-breaking post on his Facebook page on Friday, Vin wrote: “When I heard, I immediately flew back to California, and went directly from the plane to his mother’s house…
“I thought they needed my strength, but realized when I got there and broke down before his family, that it was I who needed theirs.
“His mother hugged me and said I am so sorry… I said sorry? You’re the mother who lost a son?… She said yes, but you lost your other half…”
Paul has left behind his 15-year-old daughter, Meadow, and his girlfriend of seven years Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell, 23.
A coroner has concluded the deaths of both Paul and his business partner, Roger Rodas, who was driving, were an accident, but investigators are currently looking into the cause of the single-car smash up, with speed believed to have been a factor. 
The family and friends of the Hollywood star held a private memorial at the site of the crash in Santa Clarita, California, on Monday night, and a public memorial service is being planned for 15 December.

Jennifer Hudsson pushes bacl wedding date.

Los Angeles – Jennifer Hudson keeps pushing her wedding date back.
The Black Nativity star – who has four-year-old son David with fiance David Otunga – has a date in mind for the big day and despite it continually “rolling around” each year she’s not planning on “rushing into anything”. 
Jennifer told Essence magazine: “Yes, there was a date set, and that date has come around again every year. In fact, the date may keep rolling around … When I’m ready to be married, I will be married. It’s that simple. Everyone should just chill. Our relationship is very strong. We’re both huge family people, and I’m only going to get married once. So I’m not rushing into anything.”
Jennifer had to leave her family behind in 2011 when she travelled to South Africa to film Winnie Mandela – a biopic about the late Nelson Mandela’s wife – and although she found the separation difficult she was fully committed to telling the story of the controversial political figure.
She explained: “I was like, ‘Oh, my God, you want me to leave my baby and my man?’ But so much was done to suppress Winnie’s voice, to keep her quiet. Winnie’s story needed to be told.”
Jennifer was among numerous celebrities who paid tribute to Nelson following his death on Thursday.
She said: “The Mandela family is in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Mr. Mandela fought for freedoms and equality that changed the face of South Africa and the world. We can all learn from his extraordinary journey.”

Sound of music actress fades away at 91

Los Angeles — Eleanor Parker, who was nominated for Academy Awards three times for her portrayals of strong-willed women and played a scheming baroness in The Sound of Music, has died at 91.

Family friend Richard Gale said Parker died Monday morning due to complications from pneumonia. “She passed away peacefully, surrounded by her children at a medical facility near her home in Palm Springs,” Gale added.

Parker was nominated for Oscars in 1950, 1951 and 1955, but then saw her career begin to wane in the early 1960s. Her last memorable role came in 1965’s The Sound of Music, in which she played the scheming baroness who loses Christopher Plummer to Julie Andrews.

She worked only infrequently after that, appearing in films and on such TV shows as Fantasy Island, Murder, She Wrote and The Love Boat. She also starred in the short-lived 1960s TV series Bracken’s World.

“I’m primarily a character actress,” she said in a 1988 interview, explaining why she never achieved the stardom of so many of her co-stars. “I’ve portrayed so many diverse individuals on the screen that my own personality never emerged.”

Like William Holden, Robert Preston, Dustin Hoffman and others, Parker was discovered at the Pasadena Playhouse.

She was signed to a contract at Warner Bros., where she played only minor roles until the studio recognized her dramatic depth and cast her as Mildred Rogers in the 1946 remake of Of Human Bondage.

The Somerset Maugham story had made Bette Davis a star 12 years before. On Parker’s first day of filming, Davis sent her flowers and a note proclaiming, “I hope Mildred does as much for your career as she did for mine.”

A breakthrough performance

But the film flopped, and Parker was again relegated to mediocre roles until her breakthrough performance as an inmate in a brutal prison in the 1950 film Caged. The role brought Parker her first Oscar nomination, for best actress.

Her second came the following year as Kirk Douglas’s frustrated wife in Detective Story.

Her career fully blossomed with such follow-up films as Scaramouche with Stewart Granger, Above and Beyond with Robert Taylor, Escape from Fort Bravo with Holden, Valley of the Kings with Taylor, and The Naked Jungle with Charlton Heston.

She took on one of her most challenging roles in 1955 in Interrupted Melody, portraying opera star Marjorie Lawrence, who continued her career after contracting polio. Faced with having to lip-sync nine arias in three languages, she holed up in a Lake Arrowhead cabin for two weeks and played records eight to 10 hours a day.

Three Oscar nominations

The result: her third Oscar nomination.

Other notable films included The Man with the Golden Arm and A Hole in the Head (both opposite Frank Sinatra) and The King and Four Queens with Gable.

Growing up in Cedarsville, Ohio, Parker had yearned to be an actress, and when the family moved to Cleveland, she began taking acting lessons. In the summer she worked as an apprentice in a Martha’s Vineyard stock company, waiting tables to support herself.

After moving to Pasadena, she was cast in her first movie role at 19, a bit part in “They Died With Their Boots On,” starring Errol Flynn.

Parker’s first three marriages ended in divorce: to Navy dentist Fred L. Losse; producer Bert Friedlob, which resulted in three children, Susan, Sharon and Richard; and painter Paul Clemens, with whom she had a son, actor Paul Clemens. Her 1966 marriage to Shubert Theater manager Raymond Hirsch ended with his death in 2001.