Dolly Shahine gives 3 thousand fans a night to remember at her larger-than-life Dead Sea concert
Dolly during her performance at the Dead Sea. (Image: Facebook)
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It was a night to remember for Dolly Shashine's fans in Jordan, who danced the night away to a collection of her biggest hits at her larger-than-life Dead Sea concert on May 30.
More than three thousand Dolly-lovers made their way to the huge production, and they were treated to an exceptional performance by the starlet until the early hours of the morning.
The event has been donned as the biggest ever for the sea!
As always, Dolly's band was right by her side, who surely contributed to the success of the evening. The band is led by Egyptian arranger Ahmed Abdel Aziz and a group of musicians led by Jordanian Mohammad Asfour.
A traditional Jordanian dance group gave a special performance to go hand-in-hand with the popular national Jordanian and Lebanese songs that were sung by the Lebanese Cinderella.
The Lebanese talent is currently busy filming the remaining scenes of her upcoming TV drama series "Al Morafa'a" (The Trial) between London and Cairo, to be ready for release during the Holy month of Ramadan on several Egyptian, Emirate and Lebanese TV channels.