Lebanese talents are dazzling people all over the world. Recently, a Lebanese man named Adib Sayegh took part in The Voice Spain where he amazed the judges and the audience. Adib Sayegh graduated from the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK) with a degree in translation. He moved to Spain three years ago where he is working at the International Business Machines Corporation (IBM). Adib always loved singing, and he decided to give his dream a try by sending a video of him singing to La Voz, the Spanish version of the world-renowned show The Voice. He was one of the 56 people that were selected to perform in the blind auditions. In fact, 1200 people applied! During the blind auditions, he performed the Spanish song “Como Fue.” Three of the four judges turned their chairs. Sayegh eventually chose his favorite singer Malu to be his coach. Yesterday, the Lebanese talent won the singing battle against his teammate Maria Moriel. They sang Luis Miguel’s “Cuando vuelva a tu lado.” Adib already won two challenges! We wish him the best of luck!
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