Superstars pay Amal Hijazi a surprised visit
During the filming of the music video for one of Lebanese singer Amal Hijazi’s songs, she received a surprised visit from the contestants of the show “Superstar” that is aired on the Lebanese satellite channel future. Amal’s guest stayed with her for over 5 hours inquiring about her techniques and her career.
According to the London based Elaph, the Superstars contestant watched Amal while filming the video clip under the direction of Mirna Abu El Yas and were fascinated every minute of the way. Some of the questions Amal was asked is how being famous had changed her life and whether the change was positive or negative.
Amal talked freely to everyone answering all their questions and gave them tips on how to give better performances. She wished her guests the best of luck and assured them that if they put their minds into their singing they will go a long way.
The word was out in Lebanon that Hijazi had taken an unusual turn in her career and is planning to shoot television commercials. It was stated that Amal had received an offer from the international company Panasonic to do a TV commercial with more details to be revealed at a later time.
Amal had given her initial acceptance for the offer, saying it would be an interesting experience to do a TV commercial. The singer is currently in Morocco where she is shooting a special episode for the show Caravan, for the Lebanese Broadcasting Company (LBC) satellite station with TV announcer Natalie Mamari.
Her album "Zaman" has gone beyond expectations in the number of breaking figures in the music market all over the world. The twelve-song album, produced by Universal Company in Paris, held two major surprises, the first, her duet with Fuedel, written by Fuedel and Tony Abi Karam, and the second with the duo Omar and Rafi.
Hijazi is currently preparing for the filming of her new music video "Id'eeli" (Pray For Me). All necessary arrangement concerning time, place, and scenario for the new clip have been complete and are underway.
Amal Hijazi is an architecture Engineer, but never worked in this field, saying that she is "dedicating all my time to music, for it needs lots of time and hard work." – Albawaba.com
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