Nancy Ajram’s heart beats on Valentine’s Day
Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram has held a spectacular performance at the Dubai Nights Music Festival during its finale in front a crowd of over 3 thousand, mostly teenagers. The atmosphere of Nancy’s concert was in most way a pre-celebration for Valentine’s Day, as the singer sang a collection of her songs along with romance oldies.
Nancy announced in a personal interview that she refuses to give out any details regarding her personal life, but did reveal that her heart is beating for a special someone. The singer added that she plans on releasing her upcoming album in March 2004, and will also launch a new music video under the direction of Nadine Labky. Nancy also denied rumors that she plans on entering the acting world, stressing that at the current time her concentration is for her music, adding that the reason behind her refusal is not due to disagreement with producers over financial matter.
Nancy is putting last touches on her new album which had been described by her business manager Jiji Lamara as “exceptional work” and many famous composers and poets participated in the album like Tark Abu Joudeh, Mohammed Raheem, Tarek Madkoor, and others.
The significant success witnessed for Lebanese female singers in the Arab world and abroad has led Egyptian producers to begin planning to use there popularity in their new movies especially Nancy, Alissa, and Haifa Wahibi. Many Lebanese female singers have received numerous offers to star in different Egyptian films.
Nancy is the most wanted star by Egyptian producers and lately she was offered a role with prominent Egyptian actor Ahmad Zaki. Nancy will benefit a lot from this opportunity because the famous actor will model in one of her songs the thing that would have been impossibly to achieve without her participation in the movie.
After increased complains sent to Egyptian TV , Zeinab Sweidan , head of Egyptian TV decided to omit indecent scenes out of some famous musical video clips. Sweidan revealed that songs would be banned form broadcasting if during the production process they failed to omit seductive scenes out of the Music video.
The TV censorship committee handed detailed reports to the director of Egyptian TV about songs that should be modified to suit the conservative Egyptian society. Among these songs are Ajram’s songs “Akhasmak Ah” and “Ya Salam”. –Albawaba.com
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