Jennifer Grout, the 23-year-old Boston native who made the finals of “Arabs Got Talent,” a Beirut-based TV competition akin to “America’s Got Talent.” AP Photo/Hussein Malla
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Jennifer Grout, the young American who stunned TV audiences last fall for singing Arabic classics on "Arabs Got Talent Season 3," will have her first concert performance in Beirut Friday as part of the SANAD Gala Dinner.Grout, who placed second in the finals of Arabs Got Talent in December, made headlines for her unprecedented entrance on the reality TV show and for her ability to replicate the technically nuanced songs of iconic singers like Umm Kalthoum.Grout has covered such artists as Celine Dion and Majida Roumi.
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