Carol Samaha tells all
Lebanese singer Carol Samaha recently appeared as a guest the program "Fiha Aih" (So What) to be aired on the music satellite channel ‘Rotana’ with television announcer Wafa Al Kilani in the near future.
According to the London based Elaph, the episode is intriguing. Carol discusses several personal matters, including her childhood. She grew up in an ordinary home, said Carol, and her parents were both teachers whose main concern was to raise their children in the best way possible.
Carol also discussed her previous business manager Nicola Sa'adeh and the reasons behind their breakup.
She addresses the real reason she left Lebanon and the rumors of a rich tycoon she supposedly married, and even the rumor of her attempted suicide on a railway train in London.
On a different note, Carol has decided to return to the acting world through a new television series produced by Ro'a about the life of Queen Zanoubia.
Filming is scheduled to take place in January and will be screened on different Arab satellite channels in 2007. The drama was originally written as a play for the Rahbani brothers, but the project was cancelled.
Carol has made several changes in her career and has come to an agreement with a new business manager Hania Rafaat who will open new horizons for the singer through a new strategy. Hania has vowed to make Carole’s popularity in the Arab world extend worldwide.
Hania said she will pass on her experience working with major companies like Sony Music, Mega Star, Rotana Cairo and AMA Music, along to Carol.
Carol has left Lebanon and will split her residency between France and Dubai, where she recently signed her latest album “Adwa’ El Shuhra” (Fame’s Lights).
‘EMI Productions’ released Carol's new breath-taking album, featuring eight songs. The first single, “Esma’ani” (Listen to me), has already debuted on music charts as one of the most requested videos in the region.
Carol has completed filming her latest music video for the song “Za’alni” (Upset Me) under the direction of French director Terry Furgnees.