Elissa denies duet with Fadel Shaker
The managing office of Lebanese singer Elissa has denied circulating rumors that a duet is in the process of being produced between Elissa and Lebanese singer Fadel Shaker.
The office clarified that the news holds no truth to it and Elissa is currently extremely busy preparing for her upcoming album. According to the Qatar based daily, Al Raya, since the start of her music career, Elissa had participated in two duets, one with Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama “Bitgheeb Bitrooh” (You Go and Disappear) and another with international known singer Chris De Bourgh “Lebanese Nights.”
On a different note, the latest ad for Elissa has her sitting in a bathtub half naked advertising for a kind of soap and others like Lebanese singer Maria who sits in bathtub advertising for milk and corn flakes.
The ad has Elissa in the bathtub with a white blanket on her half naked body.
The ad was a success, and the singer had no regrets doing it. Before Lebanese singers like Dana, Nana and Dominique came into the spot light Elissa did not have to use any provocative moves or try presenting herself half naked in order to become famous.
Elissa traded her sexy dresses into the while blanket in order to leave the imagination to those who are watching the commercial. Her second video clip “Wa Akhirt ha Ma’ak” had failed and the white did not save it even when she threw herself in the bathtub half naked.
After the sexy dresses where those who wore them left nothing to the imagination became a must to today’s singer; Elissa is afraid to loose her place in the music business. Elissa aimed to get as many international awards as possible even if she had to pay for them. Since the award will cost lots of money then Elissa had to look into something else besides singing to make as much money as possible.
This comes to no surprise to anyone since there is less demand for Elissa to be in festivals and live concerts. She had to look into something else in order to make fast money.
Elissa became the face for four different advertisement companies. The fifth company is on its way.