Diana Haddad refuses to be considered a substitute for Nancy Ajram
Lebanese singer Diana Haddad stressed that she refuses to be considered a substitute for Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram after the latter had cancelled her participation at the Doha Musical Festival at the last minute. Diana revealed that the administration of the festival called her three days before her scheduled concert and if they wanted a mere substitute for Nancy they could have brought in anyone from Qatar.
According to the London based daily, Al Quds Al Arabi, Diana added that when she received her invitation she had consulted with her husband, Suhail Abdoul who is her business manager, and he advised her to accept. Diana noted that she felt it an honor to participate in the festival for the third time in a row and added that she was not a substitute with all do respect to Nancy.
On a similar note, Diana recently held a spectacular performance at the Muscat Music Festival in Oman, which witnessed thousands of fans all eager to see her in action. Diana sang for a period of two hours a collection of her most popular hits to an enormous audience that interacted with her.
Diana revealed that she is on good terms with the production company Alam El Phan and they were supposed to film her latest music video “Lao Ma Dakhalt Bi Rasi”, but she ended up financing its production. The clip for her new song "Low Ma Dakhalit Birasi" "If You Haven’t Entered My Head," is aired on different television satellite music channels. Sophie Butros produced the clip, which was filmed in Dubai, and this is the first time Diana works with a different producer than her husband Sohale Al Abdul.