You’ll Want to Be an Egyptian After Watching Sherine’s Performance

You can criticize Sherine on The Voice after she banged that red button with her shoes as much as you want, but when it’s vocals time and this woman hits those insane notes, the world goes still.

Last night, Sherine, one of the judges on the TV show The Voice, serenaded us with “Bilady, Bilady, Bilady”, originally written by Mohamed Elkady, composed by Sayed Darwish and was chosen by the late Egyptian president, Anwar ElSadat, as the official Egyptian national Anthem in 1979.

Egypt’s top songstress later mentioned that sometimes nerves can get the best of your performance and her rehearsals were much better, but we truly believe if this performance was any better, people’s hearts would have exploded.

Watch the stunning anthem below:




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