Mayyas - 'Dola Re Dola' - Arabs Got Talent
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Mayyas, an exceptional all-female dance group hailing from Lebanon, captivated both judges and the audience with their stunning performance of 'Dola Re Dola' during the semifinals of Arabs Got Talent.

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The group, consisting of over 30 talented young girls and ladies, showcased their impeccable synchrony in a mesmerizing dance routine set to a unique fusion of Middle-Eastern musical elements.  Their complex and intricate choreography left the audience in awe of their skill and dedication.  The song they chose, 'Dola Re Dola,' is a popular Bollywood dance number from the 2002 movie "Devdas," featuring the iconic performances of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Madhuri Dixit Nene.  Arabs Got Talent is a prestigious reality television show broadcast by the Middle East Broadcasting Company (MBC).  It offers a platform for contestants with diverse talents, ranging from singing, break-dancing, comedy, magic, to rap. The show features three distinguished celebrity judges, well-known throughout the Middle East: Lebanese singer Najwa Karam, Ali Jaber, the dean of the journalism school at the American University in Dubai, and Ahmed Helmy, a celebrated Egyptian actor. The venue for the show is located in Lebanon.  Mayyas' performance not only demonstrated their passion for dance but also highlighted the cultural richness and artistic flair of the Middle East.  Their dedication to their craft and ability to leave a lasting impact on the audience truly showcased why they are one of the most remarkable acts.
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