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The Superstar Carolina Karam Narrates her Journey to Success

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Over the past years, the superstar Carolina Karam has succeeded in making her own imprint in Lebanon and the Arab world with her well-known lyrical work and live performance that have mesmerized the audience’s attention.  


In addition to her TV appearances, Carolina is very well known in the entertainment industry singing at the heftiest events and occasions all around the world, especially in Egypt, Qatar, Dubai, Kuwait, Jordan, Italy, Switzerland, France, Greece, Turkey, Ghana, and many other countries where she performed alongside various stars such as Melhem Barakat, Ramy Ayach, Joseph Attieh, Nancy Ajram, Nassif Zeitoun, Wael Kfoury, Fares Karam, Mohamad Hamaki, Amr Diab, Haifa Wehbi, Assi Al Hallani, Ragheb Alama, Ziad Bourji, Wael Jassar, Tamer Hosny, Youssra, and the international star Nacho.


From here, our website had the opportunity to meet the superstar Carolina Karam to speak about her early life and education.


Where was your childhood, and who inspired you to become a singer?


I was born in Point a Pitre, Guadeloupe, France to French Lebanese Catholic Parents, where I grew up and stayed till the age of 7, before returning to Lebanon. My passion for music started at a young age influenced by my mother Venus Karam who is a singer and a guitarist mostly singing Christian songs in churches.


What about dancing, and how was the beginning?


Before pursuing my career in singing, I started taking dance classes at the age of 10. Then, I travelled to Germany and Armenia for additional private dance lessons.


How was your way to represent Lebanon in international forums?


In a very short period of time, I became in the front row of the professional dancing field; I started winning tournaments and finally taking home the title of the Lebanese Latin Championship and the Lebanese Latin Cup in 2011. I started representing my country in myriad dance competitions worldwide, especially at the Olympic Games in China.


How about university life, and is it true that you speak four languages?


From 2005 to 2009, I studied at the university of NDU Lebanon, where I majored in nutrition. I speak four languages ​​fluently French, Arabic, English, and Spanish.

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