After the first episode of “The Queen” show aired on Dubai TV. The reaction on social media varied from praising Ahlam’s great confidence and I-don’t-give-a-damn attitude to criticizing.
This self-indulgent program which celebrates Ahlam’s odd antics and the portrayal of her committed fans as slaves who are willing to do whatever it takes to win her heart and trust.
#ﺫﺍ_ﻛﻮﻳﻦ saw the promo and a glimpse of the first episode to see what's the buzz about , just disgusting , where is your dignity people !!!
— وائل الحامد (@WailAlHamid) March 17, 2016
— Abdulaziz Als (@wtfzeus) March 17, 2016
Simply a disgusting show of an idiot with money and idiots ready to be slaves for her money..shameless #ذا_كوين
— samara (@nooraa) March 16, 2016
Rubbish people and rubbish program #ذا_كوين
— Dr. ai UAE – London (@doctor_ai) March 15, 2016
Despite the constant and harsh criticism “The Queen/ Ahlam” receives on Social Media, she simply doesn’t care what people think of her.
— A7lam #Ahlam2020 👸🏻🇦🇪 (@AhlamAlShamsi) March 16, 2016
“I am not arrogant. I’ve been like this all my life. God gave me the prestige of royals, what can I do. It’s against my will. I love you”
Dubai TV Take “The Queen” Show Off Air
Dubai TV Station has stopped broadcasting the controversial program “The Queen”, about a self-proclaimed queen – UAE singer Ahlam, following a tirade of criticism and angry comments by viewers.
The station stopped airing the show, after viewers reacted indignantly to the behaviors of the artiste and the idea of the program itself.
نزولاً عند رغبة المشاهدين ومراعاةً لمطلب الجمهور، تعلن قناة دبي عن إيقاف بث برنامج #ذا_كوين
— تلفزيون دبي (@dubaitv) March 17, 2016
Due to Twitter buzz with comments about the show, as many tweets attacking the first episode of the program and many questioned ‘Who is Ahlam looking for?’ as the concept of the program is based on the singer searching for her ‘best friend’ among a group of participants, who must endure number of tests as she picks a pal.
The program went off the air following a hash tag [#ذا_كوين], a campaign that prompted the station management to stop airing the program.
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