A race to get the first picture of Nancy Ajram pregnant
Satellite channels are racing to be the first to interview the famous Lebanese artist Nancy Ajram since the news of her pregnancy was made public. Nancy has so far refused to have any interviews.
International and Arab newspapers and magazines have offered US$20,000 for any photograph of the pregnant star.
Sources claim that satellite channels have offered her over US$250,000 for interviews, and channels have even offered US$10 million to film her delivery and to have it aired on television. The program on Nancy’s delivery would be aired as weekly episodes.
Nancy has finished recording three songs for her new children’s album, “Shantati Al Kibirah” (My Big Schoolbag), “Al Qitah Sahbiti” (The Cat Is My Friend) and Bas Al Madrasah” (School Bus). All three songs were written by Awad Badawi, composed by Walid Saed and distributed by Ashraf Abdoh, Ahmad Adel and Tuma. The new album will include 8 songs.
Nancy is not sure when the new album will be available in stores. Nancy has decided to film a video clip for one of the songs and wants to appear pregnant in the clip. Nancy has also filmed a video clip for the song “Lamsit Eid” (Hand’s Touch) directed by Laila Kanan.