A Lebanese Person Just Qualified to the Finals of The Voice Canada

After the famous Lara Fabian chose him to be part of her team in The Voice , the Lebanese singer Mory Hatem has attained the finals of the competition, edging close to his lifetime dream.

 

Via L’orient Le Jour

In a tweet full of happiness and excitement, the Lebanese talented singer announced that he is finally reaching the final round in The Shows of The Voice He expressed his gratitude for his fans and his coach Lara Fabian.

 

Via Mory Hatem

In his previous participation in the Arabic version of The Voice – Ahla Sawt in 2012, Mory was selected by the popular Assi El-Hellani to join his team. Despite that he reached the final stage, he did not achieve his ultimate goal back then. 

However, believing in the high quality of his voice, he did not relinquish his dream and decided to achieve it in .

 

Mori, now 27 years old, embarked recently in The Voice competing for his dream in Season 7 in February 2019. With due merits, he was selected by his most beloved singer and idol Lara Fabian.

In a new tweet, Mory happily announced, “My quarter-final at La Voix will be on April 21st! I count on you this time by voting so that I can continue in this adventure and to tell you more about my story through my voice.”

 

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Mori Hatem is not the first Lebanese to participate and reach The Voice finals in the West. We can’t forget Hiba Tawaji who reached the semi-finals of The Voice , as well as Anthony Touma in a previous season, Marc Hatem who left the competition after the second round, and Aline Lahoud.

Our talented finalist in , Mori Hatem, is counting on your votes to score the title and fulfill his dream of a singing career. He will be singing to your votes on April 21st, in the quarter-final show. 

 

Via Mory Hatem FAN CLUB

Mori’s chance of winning the title is only a few clicks or taps away! Let’s make it happen!

 


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