Arabs Got Talent is an Arab reality television talent show broadcast by MBC4 in the Arab world; it is produced by the MBC and was first broadcast on 14 January 2011. The show features contestants with a variety of talents, such as singing, break-dancing, comedians, magicians, and rapping. The show features three celebrity judges, popular in the Middle East. They currently are: Lebanese singer Najwa Karam, the dean of the journalism school at the American University in Dubai Ali Jaber and Saudi actor and comedian Nasser Al Qasabi (who replaced Amr Adeeb in season 2), and finally Ahmed Helmi, a famous Egyptian actor. The show's venue is in Lebanon.
Though entry into the semi-finals is based on the judges' vote, the voting in the semi-finals and final is an audience vote, akin to that on other Got Talent shows. The grand prize is 500,000 Saudi Riyals and a brand new Chrysler 300 as well as a contract with MBC. The show finished its second season on June 29, 2012. The third season started airing September 14 moving its time slot from Fridays to Saturdays. The fourth season began airing on December 20. The show is hosted by Saudi rapper and musician Qusai and Lebanese TV presenter Raya Abirached. Season 5 is currently in the pre-production stages.
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Hala Al Turk (Arabic: حلا الترك) is a Bahraini singer. She became popular when she was selected for Arabs Got Talent in 2011. She subsequently sang to Platinum Records. In early 2015 she moved to “AlTurk Productions” which was sponsored by an Iranian Banking Firm however the company later filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The song “Nami Wa Jaa 'Al Qamar” (نامي وجاء القمر) exists as one song although it consists of two songs & she had been contributed by m.a.khizar.. In February 2016, it was announced that Al Turk was nominated for Favourite Arab Act at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards.
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