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Published:Tuesday | July 21, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Acclaimed singer and actress Jennifer Hudson (centre) shares her joy of being in Jamaica with Blandine Reid (left), head of marketing, Red Stripe, and Toni-Ann Reid, assistant brand manager, during the Reggae Sumfest press conference on Friday at Iberostar Hotel, Montego Bay.
Family time! Dr Renée Rattray (left), director, Education Programmes, JN Foundation; and Cathy Rattray Samuel (right), operations manager, JN Foundation’s iLead programme, share lens time with educational professional and curriculum developer Misty Miller from the United States, husband and son, Randy and Randy Jr, during an awards function to celebrate schools in the first year of the JN Foundation’s iLead programme. The event was held at Altamont Court Hotel, New Kingston, recently. Miller was a presenter at a workshop organised and hosted by the iLead programme for school leaders at Altamont Court.
From left: Andrey Dryakin, Jamila Nelson, Douglas Gordon, and Maria Vavonstsova cosy up for a photo op at Reggae Sumfest last Friday.
Iberostar’s Sonja Nalkiran (left) and Tamika Higgins-Baker sandwich Shoaib Shaffee.
Festival manager Tina Davis (right) made sure to get some time with friend Joanne Adams of Pedal and Wheel at Reggae Sumfest last Friday.
Pier One’s Anna-Kaye Russell (left) and mother Beverly get close for our lens last Friday.
The Gleaner’s Flair Magazine Girl Next Door winner Richelle Parchment (left) and Suchelis Rhodd are all smiles for our camera at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Sunday.

As an annual event, Reggae Sumfest attracts thousands to the city of Montego Bay. Over the years, it has built a reputation of being a staple on the entertainment calendar. The 23-year-old festival delivered a spectacular mix of international and local acts, genres spanning hip hop, R&B, dancehall and, of course, reggae. Highlights from the three-day show continue. Here is your daily dose of EXTRA.