The renowned Arabian singer and composer Abdul Majeed Abdullah is the fourth one in line to be honoured with the Dubai Star after Elie Saab, Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan and the Football behemoth Lionel Messi.
The announcement came out on Friday, 28 June via Dubai Stars official Twitter handle @TheDubaiStars saying…
Can you guess the next in line to receive our ‘Dubai Star’? We’re happy to announce it is Abdul Majeed Abdullah! The star is now being crafted. Will you come to @MyDowntownDubai to watch this star be unveiled this October? #EmaarDubai #TheDubaiStars pic.twitter.com/VBaHk7ETQu
— The Dubai Stars (@TheDubaiStars) June 28, 2019
Abdullah was a part of Dubai Fountain 2018 – an electric concert featuring eminent artists including British singer-songwriter Adele, Italian opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti, US pop star Lionel Richie, French chanteuse Édith Piaf, Emirati singer Eida Al Menhali, Czech classical composer Antonín Dvořák and K-pop boy band EXO. Dubai Fountain was organized with the aim of uniting artists across the globe and taking Arabian music to the world, which in turn also paved the way for making Dubai an ultimate tourist attractions for the world.
About The Dubai Stars
Dubai Stars was announced in Downtown Dubai – the tourism hub of Dubai in March this year by Emaar Properties to honour the eminent personalities who have positively influenced the world through their work in various fields including music, film, art, architecture, sports, and literature as well as social influencers.
Dubai Stars is going to be a home of 400 global stars initially, which will be unveiled in an event in October this year.
Dubai Stars at its completion will have over 10,000 stars, about four times the number of stars than Hollywood Walk of Fame and is expected to become one of the most-visited tourist attractions in the city.
If you would like to submit your nomination suggestions for Dubai Stars, just head over to nominate.thedubaistars.com. VOTING CLOSES at midnight (GST) on Friday, June 30.
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