1. Salma Rachid
Salma Rachid, who is on the top list of the most gorgeous women Arab singers. She is a Moroccan artist, born on the 13th of June, 1994. She was born in Casablanca.
She was a student at the University of Morocco within the Economics Division and changed the location to the media due to the proximity to her art field and also to fulfill a secret desire to pursue it from an early age.
Her fans were able to call her “Cinderella” as well as “Sultana”. Additionally, she is known as Umm Kulthum among her main source of inspiration.
2. Haifa Wehbe
This Lebanese actress and singer is ranked 2nd among the most gorgeous women Arab singers. She also ranks high on rankings of gorgeous Muslim women, as well as the most beautiful mid-east women.
On People Magazine’s 50 Most attractive people lists, Wehbe spot on top places a number of times. Even though she’s now 48 however, she looks just as stunning as she did when she was in her 30s.
3. Cyrine Abdelnour
Syrine was born in Abadiyeh close to Beirut in 1977. She was born to the Beirut area’s Christian family. While she’s 43, she appears attractive as if she was in her the 30s. She was a student at Saint-Courrier School, and later was enrolled at an accounting institute.
When she graduated in November 1993 she entered the fashion industry. The performer Syrin was a household name within the Arab world following the release of her debut album “One Night Out of Nights” in 2004. Her entry into Fashion Week was her key which led to her acting and fame and.
4. Balqees Ahmed Fathi
Balqees is a popular Yemeni singer from the Emirates. The beauty of 31 years old also has Emirate nationality. Balqees was born to Yemeni performer Ahmed Fathi. She started to sing from the age of a child.
She was also playing instruments for music since she was just a little girl. She discovered her talent, and her family members who permitted her to pursue singing. It was especially her father, who supported her at this point. She ranks 4th in our top 10 list of gorgeous women Arab singers.
5. Samira Said
Samira Said is undoubtedly an among the best and most gorgeous female Arab singers of all time. She is 62 years old. Moroccan singer is listed on the 5th spot. She is a resident of Egypt and is a holder of Egyptian citizenship.
Born in Rabat and is recognized as to be one of the most renowned Arab artists until today. Her career in art began when she was just 10. In an audition show which aired on Moroccan television, where she sang to Umm Kulthum and drew her everyone’s attention to her singing talent.
At the age of ten, she released her debut track, “My God”, that was presented to her by Abdel Nabi El Gerari while she was as a participant in the Talents Program. The song was also performed through her voice by a later on, that of the Moroccan musician Latifa Amal.
Also, Samira was then able to record her own song “Glory in the Name of God” created by Abdel Salam Amer. The song was later performed in the voice of artist Abdel Hadi in the field of dressmaking.
Samira was also a part of the TV show “Glory to God” hosted by Nizar Mouyad Al-Azem over six episodes. The show is based located in the Ain El Shaq studios in Casablanca as well as a number of works like “Qais and Laila”, “We complained to our beloved family members” along with “Qul Maliha” were shown in the show through her participation in the show “Art and Literature Councils” which aired in the first half of 1969.
6. Ibtissam Tiskat
Ibtissam Tskat (born on October 3 1993, Fez) is a Moroccan singer who was a part of Arab Idol Season 2, Star Academy Arabia – Season 10. She has released a number of songs, one that is “Nadir Mapgit” and she also was a part of an Moroccan film titled “Alo Ibtisam” which featured a number of Moroccan celebrities.
7. Shatha Hassoun
Shatha Amjad Al-Hassoun was born on March 3rd 1981. She was born in Casablanca, Morocco. She is a singer from Morocco and Iraq who won four seasons of the Star Academy talent program in 2007.
She is also regarded as the first female winner of this Arabic variant of this show. Presently, Shatha Hassoun is one of the most well-known performers across the Arab world. She is also often referred to as”the “Girl of the Two Rivers”.
8. Myriam Fares
Myriam Fares was born on May 3 1983 is a Lebanese actor, singer and model. Her fame isn’t limited to Lebanon and only, but also from the Arab world , which is first class.
She is also well-known for many songs, like “I as well as the yearning” and “The the comfort of your home” and “his home is” as well as “er the way it goes” and many others, and especially music videos which contain breathtaking scenes.
9. Nancy Ajram
Nancy Nabil Ajram is a Lebanese singer from Lebanon. Born on the 16th of May 1983 at Sahila Village, Mount Lebanon Governorate. She has received multiple platinum awards. She also has received the three internationally renowned music awards.
Most famous for her platinum music hits. Nancy did a duet with Lebanese director Nadine Labaki, in songs that are popular at both the Lebanese as well as Arab levels, for example: “I fight against you”, Nancy enjoyed a huge success with her albums: Hey, Peace in 2003, Oh & Text in 2004 and in the 2000s, she had advertising agreements with corporations like Coca-Cola, Damas Jewelery, and Sony Ericsson.
10. Amani Swissi
The former Star Academy contestant, Amani Swissi is among the most gorgeous women Arab singers. Amani Swissi was born April 11, 1983 in Sfax. This adorable Tunisian model holds the 10th spot on our ranking. Amani Swissi took part during the 2nd season of talent competition Star Academy in 2004.
She was among those who made it to the final stage and was voted top contender twice throughout the course of. She was not luckier at the end of the season, as she was able to get only 48% of votes as compared to her Saudi opponent, who was the who was the winner of this season Hisham Abdel Rahman who scored 51 percent.
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