Nancy Ajram is feeling the love as the Carthage festival is no longer one diva short
She knows she's loved by all.
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There's a new minister in town, madam, and he loves him some Nancy Ajram.
It's a good thing she forgives quickly! The Lebanese superstar could be holding on to the diss she was dished from Tunisia's former Minister of Culture, Mehdi Mabrouk, when he said, "Over my dead body Nancy Ajram will sing on the Carthage stage," but she's chosen to forgive and forget and accept the invite afforded her by the new man in charge, Murad Al Saqli, to perform at the annual Carthage International festival.
According to Laha Magazine, during an interview Nancy held with the local Mosaic radio station in Tunisian, she complimented Minister Saqli as being very educated, a lover of life and democracy, and a very wise man.
Nancy's remarks came after the former Tunisian Minister of Culture Mahdi Mabrook had stated that Nancy and her sisters, implying other Lebanese singers, will not be among the singers that will take part in the Carthage International Festival.
Nancy revealed that she has prepared a variety of her most popular hits from her latest album to present during her performance that will take place on July 19.
No you too can add Minister Saqli to your top five favorite people list, you know, right up there with anyone who buys you tickets to Nancy's concert, right?!
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- Love, and that “top of the world” feeling