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Haifa Wehbe Belly Dances for Ragheb Alama :) I ...
Haifa Wehbe Belly Dances for Ragheb Alama :) I bet she would be a great belly dancer. But she probably would have needed a suitable dress for this dance :) arapca sarki ,arabic music, gobek dansi, oyun havalari.

Nancy Agram (Arabic: نانسي عجرم‎) (born May 16,...
Nancy Agram (Arabic: نانسي عجرم‎) (born May 16, 1983) is a multiple award-winning Lebanese pop singer and dancer. She is best known for her studio albums, music videos, commercials and songs such as Akhasmak Ah, Ya Salam, Ah W Noss and Ya tabtab Wa Dalla.
Ajram has sold over twelve million records in the Arabian world. Having sold over four million albums in Lebanon, Ajram ranks as the third best-selling female artist in Lebanese and Egyptian music history.
Ajram is one of the richest Lebanese singers; her personal wealth, mostly earned from her high album sales and commercials, has exceeded $16 million.
Ajram first came to fame as a winning member of the entertainment show Noujoum Al-Moustakbal ("Stars of the Future"), a Lebanese television musical competition, in mid-1990s, after which she produced two unsuccessful albums, Mihtagalak ("I Need You') in 1998, followed by Sheel Oyoonak Anni ("Take Your Eyes Off Of Me") in 2000. She subsequently emerged at the forefront of the pop music scene in the early 2000s, thanks to her third album, Ya Salam ("How Fantastic"), which was crafted by Lebanese producer Jiji Lamara. Her second album, Ah W Noss, was released the following year.
In the early 2000s, Ajram's success as a singer led her to high-profile advertising deals, most notably for Coca-Cola, as well as Damas Jewelry. Her second and third albums were released during this era and included more artistic input that Ajram developed.
In 2006, she confirmed on Akid Akid Maestro with Nishan Derharoutnionan that she is planning to marry next year, but has not named the groom.
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