Ahlam admits being head over heals over Mubarak
UAE singer Ahlam finally confessed that there exists a love relationship between her and future hubby Mubarak, and he is her first and last true love. During a trip to London with her fiancé, Ahlam visited the headquarters of the Arab magazine Sayidaty and revealed publicly the true nature of her relationship with Mubarak saying that she is proud to announce to the world that she has found the man of her dreams.
Ahlam said that from the first moment she laid eyes on Mubarak she knew he was the man she was searching for all these years, and ever since they have not parted once. She found in him all the characters and traits any woman looks for in the man of her dreams.
On his part, Mubarak admitted that Ahlam is a very sensitive woman who needs extra care. He vowed publicly to protect, love and take good care of her and treat her like a queen. He added that Ahlam deserves all the good things life has to offer and he will make sure she gets them.
On a different note, a war had broken out between Ahlam and Tunisian singer Thikra. Ahlam has attacked Thikra and accused her of lacking the talent to sing, demanding she put an end to the disgrace she is causing to the Khaliji (Gulf) song at once.
Ahlam said that Thikra's voice is horrible and it's a shame to consider her a singer. The attack came after Thikra released her latest Khaleji album, which Ahlam considered as a trespassing into her territory by an outsider.
The singer has revealed that she is deliberately avoiding the release of her new album in the fear of war breaking out in the region. The singer feels that if the US calls war on Iraq the music industry will also be affected negatively making any new release of albums at a time like that would be a total loss.
Ahlam intends on releasing her album when the US-led war on Iraq is completely over and peace and stability return to the region. After completing her new album the singer decided that it was not up to standards and rerecorded it over once more. The new album titled "Ahsan" (Better) features twelve songs written by prominent Gulf poets and composers. –Albawaba.com
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