Nancy Ajram visits 'SOS village'
Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram held a grand performance in Tunisia in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the Tunisian national military.
During her stay in Tunisia Nancy visited the 'SOS village,' an orphanage for children of all ages, where the singer spent quality time talking with the children.
"I try to make a difference in the lives of children, even if it means putting a smile on their faces," said Nancy.
On a different note, Nancy has received a tempting offer to star in the upcoming television drama "Farouq Al Awal" (Farouq the First). The story revolves around the life of the late Egyptian king and his time in power, leading up to the revolution that took his crown.
Nancy was nominated to for the role of Queen Nariman, wife of King Farouq, since she resembles the late ruler. Sources revealed that Nancy was offered seven million US dollars for the role that would mark her debut into the acting world.
Queen Nariman’s son, who is still alive, stated that he would be glad to see Nancy accept the offer.
Nancy recently held a grand performance at the Cairo Opera House in honor of the fortieth anniversary of the founding of the ‘United Artists Band.’
Egyptian comedian/actor Adel Imam will took part in the event, performing scenes from a number of his most popular plays, joined by many of the original cast members.