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Maria Nalbandian

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Also known as  Maria
Name  Maria Nalbandian
Years active  2003–present
Genres  Pop
Origin  Beirut, Lebanon

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Occupation(s)  Singer, actress, former model, Armenian beauty icon
Similar People  Arsen Safaryan, Jad Shwery, Silva Hakobyan, Dana Halabi, Armenchik

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Maria Nalbandian (Armenian: Մարիա Նալպանտեան; Arabic: ماريا نالبنديان‎‎, born August 1, 1983), also known by only Maria (Arabic: ماريا‎‎), is a Lebanese Armenian pop star from Beirut, Lebanon.

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Biography

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Nalbandian was born to Armenian parents. She studied Business Marketing and is currently pursuing a singing career mainly in her native (Armenian) language. Since Maria was discovered at age 13, she has done many commercials. She won the Miss Bikini Asia 2002 in Malta aged 17. She speaks three languages: Armenian, Arabic, and English. Her music videos include "Elaab" where she sucks on lollipops and bathes in chocolate cornflakes in milk, and "Bahebbak Add Eih" where she plays the role of a girl in love, to date all directed by Jad Shwery. In 2004 she won the best showbiz star in the Arab world. In 2008, she starred in the movies Bedoon Raqaba, and Ahasees. In 2012, she became the ambassador of Fem USA Hair Removal. In 2013, she started singing in Armenian in her native language and did many music videos such as "Djane Djan" and "De Kena". In 2015 she made her first Armenian album " Mi Eraz" (A Dream) and she won Top Beautiful Armenian Woman World Wide and Best Showbiz Star 2015.

Albums

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Elaab (2005)

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We Regeat Tany (2007)

Mi Eraz VOL.1 (2015)

References

Maria Nalbandian Wikipedia


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