Samira Said: I Wish I Could Find an Opportunity to Pursue Shirin the Voice
|November 17, 2012||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
Baghdad / follow-up of the obelisk: said Moroccan singer Samira Said it was unable to follow-up program, “The Voice”, the voice, but I heard a lot of positive reactions to the experiment being waged by Egyptian singer Shireen Abdul Wahab.
Saeed said, “I wish I could find the opportunity to follow Shirin in the program, but sure it a great addition to any experiment involving.”
On the possibility of obtaining compare the two, especially as they participate as a member of the jury in the “voice of life,” said Said, “I think it will not happen, because the two programs are different too, in some detail, but this will be no room for comparison, and this is what I wish, of course, because I wish to succeed each one of us away from the comparisons.”
During her speech indicated Samira Said that it followed a lot of workshops program “Arabs Gut Talent”, “I liked the singer Najwa Karam, was distinct in the episodes, and has achieved great success in this experiment, and performance was more than wonderful to the point made me attracted to watch and follow their comments and shape and her choices.
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