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Lebanese talent claimed top prize in an Arab singing contest, with Lynn Hayek being crowned the winner of the first season of "The Voice Kids," capping 10 weeks of performances that enchanted judges, crowds and viewers at home. Hayek, from the Tripoli town of Mina, took the stage Saturday with the two other contestants who had made it to the finals, Syrians Zein Obeid and Amir Amouri. Coached by prominent Iraqi singer Kazem al-Saher, Hayek was visibly shocked as host Aimee Sayah announced she had received highest number of votes and won the competition. During the finale, Hayek performed solo twice. Thousands of the city's citizens watched the show from the sports stadium in Tripoli in the presence of Governor of the North Ramzi Nohra and Hayek's family.Former Prime Minister and Tripoli native Najib Mikati also expressed his pride in Hayek.
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