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Jennifer Grout, the 23-year-old American who stunned TV audiences last fall for her spot-on renditions of Arabic classics on "Arabs Got Talent – Season 3," will give her first concert performance in Beirut Friday evening at the annual fundraising fete for hospice care providers SANAD.Friday's performance will include some of Grout's personal favorites, songs from classic Arabic singers such as Ashfahan and Umm Kulthoum.Grout, who placed second in the finals of Arabs Got Talent in December, made headlines in the region and back home in the U.S. for her unprecedented appearance on a reality show that until then had attracted only Arab performers. Grout won't be the only celebrity from Arabs Got Talent to appear Friday night.
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