Ahlam Ali Al Shamsi (Arabic: أحلام علي الشامسي) (born February 13, 1969), commonly known as Ahlam (Arabic: أحلام) is an Emirati female singer from UAE. In 2006, she sang to the major record label, Rotana. She has released a total of ten albums including two successful ones, El Thokol Sana'a (2006) and Hatha Ana (2009) under its name. In 2011, Ahlam joined MBC's Arab Idol judging panel alongside Lebanese singer Wael Kfoury and Egyptian composer Hassan El Shafei and Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram.
Ahlam bint Ali bin Hazeem alshamsi was born in Manama, Bahrain. She is married to the famous Qatari rally champion, Mubarak Al-Hajiri, with whom she has three children. She is one of the Arab Stars in the Middle East. Mohammed Abdo, a prominent and well-known musician within the Arab world, gave her the nickname: Star of the UAE. however, Ahlam was crowned queen at the Festival in Doha 2003 Qatar.
She participated in few festivals around the United Arab Emirates, particularly the "Layali Dubai" festival. She has also been honored at several festivals in Kuwait. She was crowned queen of the Festival in the Doha-Qatar festival in 2003.
She performed at the Unisco Festival and Ledo Festival in France where she was the first Arab singer that sang twice. She also had the honour of performing at the Washington Festival in the USA, the Albert Hall Festival in the UK and many other Festivals in London.
Joining Arab Idol
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