Haifa Wehbe sang live at Taratata TV show

haifa t006 Haifa Wehbe sang live at Taratata TV show

Fans won’t forget the latest show Taratata on Dubai TV, where Haifa Wehbe was present.
Many others stars were there like: Hisham Abbas, Faiz Al Said, Bashar Ghazawi and Samla Ghazali.

Haifa sang two duets with Abbas and Al Said and another duet with the host of the show Khaled Abu Naga.
She also sang trios with Al Said and Ghazawi and another trio with Abbas and Ghazali.
It seems everyone had fun and i guess we will see her soon on TV.

  • http://www.digg.com/jfjaw Norma Fares

    Writing to you while watching a rerun of this particular episode i.e. Haifa Wehbe, Hisahm Abbas…on Dubai TV.

    The Arabic-Franchise show i.e. well reversioned in to Arabic, Taratata turns to be a nice-entertainy-show broacast over the Arab World. Congratulation!

    In addition to the wonderful audience interaction particulary highlighted in the show, the episode of Haifa Wehbe unveiled an interesting discussion between Haifa Wehbe and Hisahm Abbas when he expressed his desire to sing in Lebanese dialect like the majority of Lebanese who sing in Egyptian one. To support Hisham Abbas’ proposal, Haifa made an outstanding bridge between 2 PH (Pronounced F): Egypt, PHaraon (the authentic idendity of Egypt i.e. the Ancient Egypt) and Lebanon, Phoenician (the authentic idendity of Lebanon in Haifa’s eyes)

    Haifa Wehbe, a shia singer from the south of Lebanon, feels, more over, lives the real identity of Lebanon–Openess, joy, beauty, music shows…–because it’s Lebanon. Lebanon of la Diva Fairouz, Al-Shahroura Sabah, Wadih Al-Safi, Nasri Shamseddine, the Rahbani brothers, Ziad Rahbani, Philimone Wehbe…
    Lebanon of Baalbeck and Beit Eddine festivals where the Lebanese stars used to stand tall in superb historical sites of Lebanon to perform face-to-face with their fans: The people of Lebanon.

    The region is in need of successful entertainment and music shows. Please keep-up the good work!

    Norma Fares
    Media consultant

  • http://www.digg.com/jfjaw Norma Fares

    Writing to you while watching a rerun of this particular episode i.e. Haifa Wehbe, Hisham Abbas…on Dubai TV.

    The Arabic-Franchise show i.e. well reversioned in to Arabic, Taratata turns to be a nice-entertain-show broadcast over the Arab World. Congratulation!

    In addition to the wonderful audience interaction particularly highlighted in the show, the episode of Haifa Wehbe unveiled an interesting discussion between Haifa Wehbe and Hisham Abbas when he expressed his desire to sing in Lebanese dialect like the majority of Lebanese who sing in Egyptian one. To support Hisham Abbas’ proposal, Haifa made an outstanding bridge between 2 PH (Pronounced F): Egypt, Pharaoh (the authentic identity of Egypt i.e. the Ancient Egypt) and Lebanon, Phoenician (the authentic identity of Lebanon in Haifa’s eyes)

    Haifa Wehbe, a Shia singer from the south of Lebanon, feels, more over, lives the real identity of Lebanon–Openness, joy, beauty; music shows…–because it’s Lebanon. Lebanon of la Diva Fairouz, Al-Shahroura Sabah, Wadih Al-Safi, Nasri Shamseddine, the Rahbani brothers, Ziad Rahbani, Philimone Wehbe…
    Lebanon of Baalbek and Beit Eddine festivals where the Lebanese stars used to stand tall in superb historical sites of Lebanon to perform face-to-face with their fans: The people of Lebanon.

    The region is in need of successful entertainment and music shows. Please keep-up the good work!

    Norma Fares
    Media consultant