CELEBRITY BIRTHDAY BASH FOR FASHION PRESENTER AND REALITY TV ACTRESS DEBORAH JAY KELLY
HOT OFF OF THE PRESS- SATURDAY 20TH JULY 2019 – THE NOVOTEL HOTEL GREENWICH
Saturday 20th July 2019 saw this cosy celebrity get together in a homely environment based on ‘Saturday night with Jules Holland’. Deborah Jay Kelly created a unique event that featured impromtu And exciting sets which included Live Performences from X-Factor’s own Amrick Channa and Hip Hop and TV Celebrity Cream Boomtown. Deborah rocked the stage singing ‘I will survive’ by Gloria Gaynor in a duet with Amrick too.
Top Designer included Jocelyn Banks, Samuella James and Vinette Grant with Stunning Models of every Nationality. This was a show featuring glamour and non-stop entertainment. Show stopping entertainment from the Legendary Number 1 Bollywood Dancer Faraz Khan along with Professional Salsa Dancers Gareth Prior and Caroline, all Celebrity guests had themed tables from Singers, Dancers, Politicians, Charity Ambassadors, Film Directors and Celebrities. John Rambo the morning show.
Host for Apna Channel and Boy Band Icon Alfie J Carreira made VIP appearances.This was an elite invite only event televised as the ‘Launch of Deborah Jay Kelly’s new chat show’ for Sky TV. It also marked the launch of her luxurious new ‘Stem Cell Technology’ vegan Skincare range called ‘Celebrity’ Red Carpet Skincare by Deborah Jay Kelly.
Having been a Red Carpet Host and Fashion Presenter for some 20 years she had the support of X Factor Entertainers with Guest appearances from Big Brother, Britains Got Talent and X Factor. Beauty Girls from the ‘Angel Academy of Teaching and Training’ as featured on ‘Ashley Banjo’s Secret Street Crew’ BBC were product Ambassadors and provided hand massages trialing the products.
Deborah has been an aspiration and worked relentlessly in the world of Multi Cultural integration which led To her being acknowledged as Being one of the first British women to win a BEFFTA for her contribution to the Afro-Caribbean world 2018. Deborah also hosted the Islamabad Fashion Week in 2016.
FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER
She brought together more than 15 Charity Ambassadors so that awareness could be raised for Minority Charities such as the ‘Moroccan Orphanage’ ‘Sickle Cell Anaemia’ ‘Disabled Sierra Leonne’ ‘Grenfell Charity’ ‘Cedarcube’Food4All, ‘LOANI’ (Ladies of all Nations International), NSPCC, ‘Asian Diabetes Society’ ‘Beautiful Survivors’ ‘The Egyptian Centre’ ‘The Full Package’ and many more. Deborah’s dresses were designed by: Vinette Grant and Jocelyn Banks.
THE EVENING WILL BROUGHT AWARENESS, INTEGRATION, CELEBRATION AND CELEBRITIES