Tomorrow's race, with all its heady expectations in the host nation, takes place as Farah has given a rare interview about his Muslim faith.
The London-based athlete, whose success has also made him a poster boy for multicultural Britain, highlighted the importance of Islam in his approach to life and his preparations for the Games.
When she was only five, Farah decided to pursue a career in show-business.
In 1995, Farah was crowned "Miss Kentucky Preteen" and appeared in a Pringles commercial and several Duncan Hines print ads.
In 1999, Farah went to Los Angeles for her first audition.
She got her break only two weeks after being on the west coast.
This week, relationships between cast members were the focus. Kelly, like the rest of us, has no actual clue what's even going on here.The “soap bubble” is a small and intimate world and this cast of characters has played extremely significant roles in each others lives for years.They’ve been co-stars, best friends, worst enemies, boyfriends, girlfriends, and everything in between.Where do we even begin recapping the goings on with E! who are sort of actual stars, if you watch the soap operas they star in at least. Kind of ungrateful, given that those things cost like 0 without 3G. At lunch Farah Fath wonders why Nadia and Brandon aren’t engaged, to which she responds that she is in no rush because it's not like marriage is any kind of guarantee. Then, wouldn't you know it, without ANY prompting from producers whatsoever, the conversation pivots to co-stars and the infamous Kirsten Storms. Later, Danny tells Farah he saw Kirsten the other day and that she thinks Farah is jealous. Good guy that he is, Danny/the producers offer their help if needed. In the end, all we know is Farah walks away and cries; Kirsten doesn't.Let's kick off this week's recap with Brandon Beemer (how do you become anything but a soap star when given a name like that) giving Nadia Bjorlin a birthday gift. Farah and Kirsten have not spoken since she made out with John-Paul Lavoisier a while back on some sort of crossover thing. At Nadia’s birthday party, Farah and JP see Kirsten and Kelly, who really needs to find friends more in her age bracket if she decided to come as Kirsten’s wingman. The married Jenna and Galen join Brandon and Nadja for a getaway trip to Napa.In an interview with Emel magazine, he said: “You've got to believe in God.Everything happens for a reason, so you shouldn't get wound up.Working together on set and spending time with each other in their down-time, they have formed substantial bonds and created a pseudo “soap family.” In the series we see them all begin a new chapter in their lives – some have left the soap world, some are doing film, some are focusing on family, and others are simply trying to determine what would be the best next move.Romantic relationships are tested when one person’s career rockets forward and the others is stuck at “go.” Jealousies arise as actors attempt to jump from one soap to another, and arch rivals must find a way to coexist in this sudsy microcosm without ripping each other to shreds.The softer side of these heartthrobs is also exposed as they interact with their families – one beauty meets her biological father for the very first time and another tearfully sends her brother off to the United States Army flight school.All the while their goals are clear – to grow their careers and to keep their hearts and heads above water in Tinseltown – where it’s so very easy to drown.