Born in Achrafieh, Beirut, Lebanon in May 1983. Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram has an estimated net worth of $45 million. She is regarded as the most succcessful pop icon in the Middle East and is the first and only female spokesperson and sponsor ever for Coca-Cola in the Arab world. Ajram’s career in the entertainment industry began in 1995 when she was just 12 years old appearing on Lebanon’s talent show Noujoum Al-Moustakbal. With the backing of her father, Ajram released her first studio album Mihtagalak (“I Need You’), at the age of 15. She released her second album Sheel Oyounak Anni (Get Your Eyes off Me) in 2001.
Ajram’s international fame came in 2013 with smash hit “Akhasmak Ah” a collaboration with producer Jiji Lamara. Ajram would go on to released her third studio album Ya Salam in 2003 which was the best-selling album. In April 2014 her fourth studio album Ah w Noss (“Yes, and a half”) peaked at #1 in Egypt, Lebanon, Qatar, Tunisia, Morocco, Rotana, Algeria, Jordan, UAE, and Bahrain. In 2008 her seventh album Betfakar Fi Eih also peaked at #1 in all of those countries. Also in 2008, the singer won her first World Music Award as the Best-selling Middle Eastern Artist. Besides, she has been listed among the Most Powerful Arabs on several magazines and was named one of the most influential Arabic Figures by Newsweek. Her Facebook page also has more fans (6.7 million) than any other female Arab stars. She has been married to dentist Fadi El Hachem since September 2008. Together they have two daughters Mila and Ella.