On Friday, trending singer Amal Maher performed her first concert after the latest controversy about her absence in the past few months in Alamin.
The concert was a sold-out one, and several Egyptian officials and stars attended the concert such as Dr. Ashraf Sobhy, the Minister of Sports, Dr. Nivine El-Qabbage, the Minister of Social Solidarity, and the actress Elham Shahin.
The singer initiated: "I am speechless, I don't have anything to say, but I really missed you all. I am here now with you, and thank you for everything."
She continued: "I hope you have a good day here at the concert."
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Maher, was born on February 19, 1985. began singing as a child by presenting songs by iconic singer Umm Kulthum.
She was discovered at the age of fifteen and enrolled at the Conservatory of Arabic music to begin her singing career.
The acclaimed singer soon met composer Mohamed Diae, whom she eventually married and became the father of her son, Omar. She filed for porce a year later.
She recorded her first song in 2006 and received the support of Ammar El Sherei, who she considers to be her spiritual father.
The 37-year-old made her last performance at the pyramids on June 12, 2020.
Earlier this year, Maher backtracked on her announcement and teased her return to music.
In June 2021, Maher announced that she was quitting music due to special circumstances beyond her control.
Later on, the singer opened up about her retirement decision and noted she went through a bad psychological state following the death of her aunt, who was close to her heart.
She added that breaking off her engagement had affected her and led to her decision.