Tearful 'The Voice' performer woos the stars
Ghina Bou Hemdan brought down the house with her version of ‘Give Us Childhood, Give Us Peace’ performance on MBC’s The Voice Kids
Millions of viewers watched as nine-year-old Syrian, Ghina Bou Hemdan brought down the house with her version of ‘Give Us Childhood, Give Us Peace’ performance on MBC’s The Voice Kids – an Arab version of The Voice (TV Show) – earlier this month.
Ghina broke down in tears during her audition as superstar celebrity Nancy Ajram invited the talented child to join her team on the show’s first season.
The song was originally sung by Lebanese star Remi Bandali. It describes children during The Lebanese Civil War which lasted from 1975 to 1990 with an estimated 120, 000 causalities.
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