Lebanese TV host Razan Moghrabi is back and as bitchy as ever
Lebanese TV host Razan Mograbi, who was involved in a video sex scandal last year, did her best to come across as the girl next door on talk show, 'Ana wel Asal' (Me and the Honey) but the facade slipped when she got talking about other Lebanese stars.
Razan took the time to lay into other Lebanese celebrities for heading to Egypt to make a name for themselves. The controversial host said she considered herself "unique" for avoiding Egypt.
Taking a swipe at fellow Lebanese singer, Maya Diab, who hosts 'Deal or No Deal' on Egyptian channel 'Al Hayat', Razan said she was the only one 'deserving' of a show on Egyptian TV. Looks like she's a little bitter that Maya has taken her position as Razan used to present the same show before THAT video of the singer making obscene gestures at a lurid house party emerged.
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