la célèbre chanteuse libanaise haifa wehbe se montre nue devant le public et devant la caméra (apparament un appareil photo de portable gsm) presque a poile
cette fois ci, haifa a battu ses recours dans le nudisme, et a preferer se montrer en doggy style position, c’était dans un piscine ou ielle pourtait un bikini qui cache a peine ses gros seins
"If you are filming me pack, stop; I want to leave, I am fed up and want to be alone." -Haifa Wehbe, storming off the reality TV show Al Wadi.
Haifa Wehbe was born on March 10, 1976, in Beirut, Lebanon. Growing up, she listened to jazz and R&B, all the while dreaming of becoming a singer and performing in front of huge crowds. But her first steps toward Middle Eastern stardom came from how she looked, not how she sounded.
At age 16, after she had begun entering beauty contests, she won the title of Miss South Lebanon.
haifa wehbe is miss lebanon
Haifa's next distinction came nine years later, in 1995, when she was a runner-up in the Miss Lebanon competition.
But in the intervening years, Haifa had gotten married and had a daughter, Zaza. When this was discovered, Haifa's title was revoked, although many still considered her the most beautiful young woman in Lebanon.
haifa wehbe releases howa el zaman
Despite the scandal, by 1996, Haifa's modeling career took off. She was in great demand at fashion shows, and photographs of her could be seen inside and on the covers of every major magazine in the Middle East -- over 100 of them. Haifa had become a star throughout the Arab world.
Encouraged by fans and the supportive Rotana music company, Haifa released an album, marking a career change from model to singer. Howa el Zaman was a smash hit, propelling Haifa to new heights of stardom. She appeared with Omar Sharif at the Cannes Festival, and was interviewed by reporters at CNN and Arte TV.
She performed in many concerts over the next few years, including Kartaba and Rayfoun in Lebanon, which drew crowds of 20,000. By early 2005, Haifa's popularity was such that she even considered running for a seat in the Lebanese parliament.
haifa wehbe at the carthage festival
But Haifa's place at the top hasn't been without problems. Arab media criticized her for being too sexually provocative, and in 2004, a mere 200 unenthusiastic spectators attended her concert at the Carthage Festival in Tunisia. Haifa, for her part, claimed that she had been forced into it by her record company, Rotana; their relationship was further strained when one of Haifa's videos was broadcast by a competing music channel.
Nevertheless, her second album, Badi Aish, was released to acclaim.
haifa wehbe fights with marwa
In 2005, Haifa accused rival Lebanese songstress Marwa of stealing her ideas in a music video for the song "Rajab." Haifa was supposed to appear in the same dress worn by legendary Egyptian actress Hind Rustom in the film Bab Al Hadeed (The Iron Door), but Marwa apparently did just that and released her video first.
haifa wehbe's engagement to tareq al jafali broken
Haifa has had hiccups in her personal life, too. Her first marriage ended, and although she was engaged to Saudi businessman Tareq Al Jafali in the summer of 2005, he broke off the engagement in September, reportedly because his family put pressure on him.
The incident was very public, since Haifa had announced the engagement (and showed off her ring) on the reality TV show Al Wadi, a kind of Arabic The Simple Life. In addition to TV, Haifa has also appeared in the play In Kibir Ibnak and the movie Rasa' el Al Bahr
A native of Beirut, Lebanon, Haifa Wehbe had her eye on stardom when she was just a child. And it wasn't long before people had their eyes on her -- at 16 years old, she became Miss South Lebanon.
By the time she was in her 20s, Haifa Wehbe had become a controversial runner-up for the title of Miss Lebanon and was in high demand as a model throughout the Middle East.
But the beautiful Haifa wanted more, and so did her fans. She embarked on a singing career, releasing first Howa el Zaman, then just recently Badi Aish, on the Rotana label, and putting on concerts from Turkey to Tunisia. Her sex appeal may draw as many crowds as it does critics -- even Saddam Hussein's grandsons are reportedly fans.
Haifa's contradictory personality and public persona have caused her trouble. A spat with her record company, rivalries with other singers, and the collapse of her engagement to a Saudi businessman have dogged her recently. But she seems just as eager to try new things, taking her shot at acting on stage and screen.
personality & talent
Haifa's personality seems to be a mixed bag. On the one hand, she performs concerts for children's charities and her fans praise her "humble and sincere" personality, but she's been linked to a number of scandals involving back-biting and rumor-mongering. She wears tight and skimpy clothes then claims to be repulsed when other singers do the same. Haifa claims the media persona that has developed around her isn't the "real" Haifa. Then what is?
Despite Haifa's forays into modeling, singing, and now even acting (or maybe because of them), it seems like her biggest gift is one of self-promotion. Modeling requires dedication and hard work, but little talent, aside from looking good. Her music, a fusion of Western Gypsy Kings-style with Arabic rhythms, is also trend-following and uninspired. As for how good Haifa's acting is, it's too soon to tell.
Haifa Wehbe's sex appeal can be measured by the number of prudes she's annoyed. Her dancing at the disastrous Carthage Festival in 2004 was derided in the Arab media as "moving every possible part of her body including parts that have no muscles in them." Fake rumors about secret marriages have swirled around Haifa, and her real engagement to Saudi businessman Tariq Al Jafali fell apart when his family deemed that she wasn't the marryin' kind.
Despite her protests of innocence, Haifa does act coquettishly. At the 2004 London Lebanese Fashion show, for example, Haifa stole the spotlight when she wore a skin-tight dress that was more revealing than anything the show's models had on. Haifa vamped it up even more by flirtatiously pawing her hands at the men there. One fan remarked, "I don't really care about the fashion show, I'm here to see Haifa."
accomplishments & fame
Haifa Wehbe has had nearly two decades of accomplishments. At 16, she won the title of Miss South Lebanon and has been a cover girl ever since. She's put out two records, Howa el Zaman and Badi Aish, and four million readers of Al Jamhouria newspaper voted her the Best Young Arabic Female Singer in 2004. She's since become a total media personality, appearing on the show Al Wadi, and taking parts in the play In Kibir Ibnak and the movie Rasa' el Al Bahr.
Haifa is certainly famous in the Middle East. Her many magazine appearances, concerts, and even a stint on the non-stop reality TV show Al Wadi (which she recently stormed off of in a huff), have kept her in the public eye. The BBC even enlisted her to help promote learning English. Yet Haifa is still an unknown outside the Arab world; there doesn't even seem to be a standard English spelling of her name.
Haifa Wehbe has the doe eyes and raven hair that would make her the model for any damsel out of the Arabian Nights. Her pouty lips and pleasing curves, though, soften and balance her looks, so that she ultimately seems more like "the girl next door" (if you live in Beirut, anyway). Haifa may have an exotic look, but hers is an exoticism rooted in the fundamentals of beauty.
Now in her mid-30s, Haifa doesn't seem to have lost any of the beauty that helped her win pageants since her teens. As recently as May 2005, Haifa won a "Beauty and Arts" Award at the International Petra Beauty Festival in Jordan. The judges, among experts from salons worldwide, explained that Haifa represents "true Arab beauty."
Like many ex-Soviet citizens did in the early 1990s, Haifa Wehbe has rejected the reserved apparel she was brought up with in favor of full-blown, western-style trashiness. No hijab for her -- instead, Haifa's wardrobe consists of fake animal prints and fur, tight jeans, and low-cut tops and dresses that show off her cleavage.
Nevertheless, Haifa's style has a few Lebanese touches left in some of the patterns and designs she wears. She wears some eastern-inspired jewelry and has recently gotten into the business, selling her own line of jewelry featuring lots of gold and diamonds, and the letter H as her trademark.
That we could get Haifa Wehbe to sing us to sleep after we have our way with her, and then for her to make us some shawarma.