Nawal Al Zoughbi out to prove rumors of a divorce wrong
Lebanese singer Nawal Al Zoughbi is making it a point to publicly appear with her Husband Elli Deeb on every occasion possible to prove rumors of an existing marriage dispute wrong. The singer wants to tell the world that all the lies about her and her husband are not true and they are in no way heading for a divorce, reported the Egyptian weekly, Al Nogoom.
It was rumored that family disputes had exploded between Nawal and her husband over his new commitment to the career of Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram. Nawal had become furious with her husband over his insistence on supporting the career of Nancy and has in turn threatened to quit her career as a singer and immigrate to Canada with her children.
In a personal interview with Nawal's business manager, her husband Elli, he assured that none of the rumors hold any truth to them and that he and his wife are on excellent terms. Elli noted that these kinds of rumors keep haunting his wife before every release and they are just a failed attempt to bring her down. Elli stressed that he has not taken on the responsibility of supporting any new singer and that his dedication is for his wife alone. It was also revealed that once Nawal is complete with work on her new album she will venture on choosing a song to film in the form of a video clip to release.
Al Zoughbi has decided to put off the release of her upcoming album and any new music video until the month of November. Nawal’s decision came due to the release of so many new albums this summer season. The singer wanted more emphasis to be placed on her album, and so felt postponing it until November will ensure that most of the attention will be focused on it.
Nawal revealed that her new album features ten songs sung in the Lebanese, Egyptian and Khaliji (Gulf) style. The singer has gone back to the classical genre mixing in a touch of traditional Lebanese Tarab. Nawal plans on shooting three songs in the form of a music video in which two are to be filmed in Turkey under the direction of Said Marouq, and the third song, which tells a drama story, under the direction of Salim Turk. –Albawaba.com
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