Recap: 'Arabs Got Talent' Season 3, Episode 2!
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The second episode of the third season of Arabs Got Talent wasn't any less exciting than the first, which brought us diverse talents in singing, dancing, acting, and some bizarre and unconventional skillz, along with the grace and elegance of the judging panel.
Team Galaxy from Kuwait managed to make it to the second phase after winning over the hearts of the members of the panel. Where Najwa Karam called the band's composer and fashion designer, Ramadan, “sly” for hi music genre selection and kindly wished them luck.
The Moroccan competitor Emad Makhshishi who walked and jumped on ropes made it through thanks to three votes, as he didn't manage to win Najwa's heart or vote.
The Algerian, Tershi Ameen, qualified to the second phase by playing music using nylon bags. He got three yeses and a no for the unimpressed Dean Ali Jaber. Ameen wasn't the only one to get the Jaber knock down. The kid Mazen failed to win the judge's vote for his rendition of Rocket Popping dancing.
10 year-old Sana Theban from Lebanon made it through using her mental calculation prowess along with Maher Luqman from Saudi Arabia who gracefully walked on glass. And we thought walking with heels was tough!
The little Singer, Noor Othman, blew the judges' minds away with her “Abu Zeezee”. They could see a future star that small package.
As for acting, Nagham Al-Jundi from Egypt managed to impress all the judges but the acting guru Naser Al-Qasbi.
'Karate Twins' performed on the beat of drums and won the nods and flattery of the judges.
As for the endearing Syrian child, Nael Traboulsi, when he performed a musical piece without looking at the Org, he didn't only win over the judges, but all the social media as well!
Team “Shawarena” ( English for our streets) won the blessings of the judes.
The episode was nicely concluded with the musical performance of Sima band from Syria.