Arabs Got Talent has crowned its Season 4 winner. According to Morocco World News, Salah Entertainer (stage name), a freelance dancer with a somewhat regular gig in Las Vegas, won the competition. The 35-year-old, who is from Paris, France, was so emotional when he was crowned the winner on Saturday. Although he won France’s Got Talent in 2006, this win was super special for him.
The judges were completely blown away by his performances week after week, and many felt that he was the clear winner.
“You are a jewel; an artistic jewel. You do something incredibly difficult. You can easily put on a two-hour show without anyone getting bored,” said judge Ahmed Helmy of Egypt.
The Arabs Got Talent winner was among 10 finalists on the show, but fans could not get over his flexibility combined with his synchronized moves. According to the National, his incredible technique was something that people felt they could watch over and over again. Not only was Salah entertaining, but he was captivating, which is really what the show is all about.
The season’s talent was pretty great, and fans were entertained week after week, falling in love with several of the contestants, many of whom wowed the judges with their incredible finale performances.
“In this program, MBC has shown the entire world the truth about the Arab world and the truth about Arabs in this region and worldwide. We are these people, not the ones you are shown in the media. We are Arabs who love art, we are part of the humanitarian artistic movement. You finalists are all stars, no one can remove this stardom from you,” said judge Ali Jaber of Lebanon.
Salah Entertainer won 500,000 Saudi riyals (about $133,317) and a Chrysler 300. He is scheduled to meet Simon Cowell, the franchise’s creator, for an interview in the coming weeks.
For fans of the show, they won’t have to wait too long for more competition. X Factor Middle East will start this coming weekend, taking over the Arabs Got Talent time slot on MBC.
These talent shows often showcase many different acts, from magic to music, juggling to singing, dogs to children, and everything in between. Sometimes this can make judging difficult, but at the end of the day, those who have the full package end up winning the grand prize. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, magician Mat Franco won America’s Got Talent 2014.
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