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Dolly Shahine
Birth name Dolly Joseph Abu Shahine
Born July 2, 1985 (1985-07-02) (age 24)
Sebney, Lebanon
Origin Lebanon
Genres Arabic Pop
Occupations Model,Singer, actress
Years active 2005-present
Labels Aya Productions

Dolly Joseph Abu Shahine commonly known as Dolly Shahine (born July 2, 1985 in Sebney, Lebanon) is a Lebanese singer,actress,Fashion designer,Dancer and Make up Artist[1] . She rose to fame in 2005 with her role in the Egyptian movie Wija as the femme fatale. In 2008 speculated by rumours she drew controversy and criticism that she had converted to Islam in order to obtain a divorce from her Catholic husband, Lebanese businessman Sami Qalib. In late 2008 an Egyptian court ruled in her favor for divorce. The daughter of Joseph Chahine and a Brazilian mother, Shahine's surname can be spelled Shaheen, Chahine, or Shahin. She currently she lives in Egypt and Lebanon.

Despite unconfirmed speculations of Shahine's conversion to Islam,in late 2009 Shahine got married again to a Lebanese director called Bacchus Alwani in a Christian Melkite church and ceremony in Beirut. Shahine & Alwani went on to spend their honeymoon on a Greek Island.[2][3][4] Shahine revealed in an interview that her favourite singers Um Kalthoum,Fayrouz,Warda and Sabah.[5]

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Biography

Early Life

Dolly Shahine was born to a Catholic family in a small Lebanese town called Sebney[6],her father is from Lebanon and her mother is from Brazil.She has four siblings in total,two brothers and two sisters.Shahine grew up in Al-Hadath Beirut. Dolly Shahine was named after the famous American country singer Dolly Parton.[7]

Singles

Year Title Album Video Clip Director Language/Dialect
2005 Momo Einy' N/A Unfilmed Moroccan Arabic
2005 Ana Zay Ay Bent N/A Khalid Youssef Egyptian Arabic
2006 Dawebny Fik N/A Khalid Youssef Egyptian Arabic
2006 Gher Kol El Banat N/A Arabic
2007 Ayezny Alok N/A Mark Abi Arched Arabic
2007 Nazra Wahda N/A Oliver Ojiel Arabic

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