Nesma Mahgoub

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Nesma Mahgoub
نسمة محجوب
Born (1989-09-26) September 26, 1989 (age 27)
Cairo, Egypt
Genres Arabic, Opera, English, Italian, French, German, Hindi, Tarab
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2011-Present

Nesma Alaa Ali Mahgoub (Arabic: نسمة علاء علي محجوب‎‎) (born September 26, 1989) is an Egyptian singer. She is the winner of the Star Academy Arab World, the 8th season. Mahgoub is the second Egyptian to win in the show, after Mohamed Atieh, the second female contestant to win, after Shada Hassoun, and the second candidate to win in the Arab show by singing mostly the western genre, after Nader Guirat.

During the show[edit]

Nesma was never a nominee. In the reality-TV part of the season, the production maintained for her a low profile. Not only that her acting ability is modest and she could not take part in the scenes that come along in this type of show, but, also, the production took care to make her character come across as positive.

Life before Star Academy[edit]

Before participating in Star Academy, Nesma was studying Journalism, Mass Communication, Theater, and Music at the American University in Cairo. Her mother taught her music and reading notes. She has her own band named Origin.

About her[edit]

Nesma is a piano player. In 2013, Nesma voiced Elsa in the Arabic dub of Disney's Frozen, performing "Atliqi Sirraki", the Arabic version of "Let It Go".

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