Lebanese superstar، Najwa Karam were keen to offer her condolences to her fellow superstar Fares Karam, at his father funeral, which took place on Wednesday.
Najwa Karam، 52، had made an interview at the funeral, which shocked her fans across the social media network, after they noticed a big change at her nose.
Many of Karam's fans had expressed their shock over her noise job, and described that her look came as shocking, and that her nose did not need a beauty surgery.
Karam is one of the Lebanese stars that is distinguished with her elegance and beauty، despite her age.
Noteworthy، Najwa Karam is a Lebanese، multi-Platinum singer، songwriter، and fashion icon who has sold over 50 million albums worldwide.
Karam، widely known for her vocal powerhouse Mawwal talents، gained an international audience for her distinct blend of traditional Lebanese music and contemporary sounds and contributed to the spread of the Lebanese dialect in Arabic Music.
In 2011، Karam debuted as a judge on the reality competition television series، Arabs' Got Talent; she has since appeared on all five of its seasons.
Having sold tens of millions of records، Najwa Karam is one of the highest selling Arabic language singers and holds the records for highest selling Arabic language album during the years of 1999، 2000، 2001، 2003، and 2008.
In 2017 Forbes Middle East ranked Karam number 5 on the list of "The Top 100 Arab Celebrities" with 26.58 Million social media followers.
Karam rose to stardom throughout the 1990s، earning the moniker، Shams el-Ghinnieh (“The Sun of Song”)، from her eponymous album and topping the charts throughout the Arab World with her albums، Naghmet Hob، Ma Bassmahlak، Maghroumeh، and Rouh Rouhi.
In 2000، Karam's tenth album Oyoun Qalbi became her highest selling album. In 2001 her album Nedmaneh sold millions of copies worldwide، earning Karam a Murex d'Or award for Best Arabic Artist and Rotana Records awards including، Artist of the Year، Album of the Year، and Highest-Selling Album of the Year. By the time her record Saharni was released in 2003، she had established herself as one of the most prominent Lebanese singers and as a Middle Eastern pop icon.
Throughout the late 2000s، Karam's commercial success endured via her albums، Hayda Haki، Am Bemzah Ma'ak، and Khallini Shoufak.
Karam has since released well-received singles and music videos and has continued touring throughout the Arab World and internationally.
Karam’s 20th and most recent studio album to date، Menni Elak، was released in May of 2017.