Sabah, still a diva
Prominent Lebanese diva Sabah was recently admitted to a hospital after experiencing severe pains in her shoulder. She previously had screws placed in her shoulder, and doctors quickly discovered that they had loosened, causing her distress.
Sabah immediately underwent surgery to have them tightened and is now in recovery.
Sabah is scheduled to make a comeback to the small screen in the new television comedy “Azizi Al Natour Wa Al Sit Budoor.” The series is comprised of 26 episodes, starring Sabbah and script writer Kareem Abu Shaqra.
The series revolves around a wealthy woman, played by Sabah, and the love and understanding between her and her husband.
Sabah stole the spotlight at the grand opening of the Seventh Annual Arabic Music Festival in Rabat, Morocco as she made a startling entry dressed in an exquisite white gown. Sabah was able to make the audience forget about having to wait over an hour for the launching of the festival, and proceeded to engage in a memorable photo-op with journalists and fans.
The festival honored the great singer for her lifetime of achievements, and during the celebration she sang “Ma Ana Ila Bashar” (I’m only human), originally recorded in the seventies upon a request by the late Moroccan king Alhassan II, reported Al Bayan, the UAE based daily.
Sabah has chosen a number of her most popular hits, like “Dakhlak E’younak” and “Jeeb El Mijwiz,” in order to create remixes for a soon be released collection.
The music production company ‘Rotana’ has filmed a new music video for Sabah, titled “Bithibo El Dini” (You Love the World). The video is directed by Arman Ghazara and was filmed in Body Ma’louli studio in just one day.