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Once the curtains of the Lebanese singing Broadcast Star Academy 3 fell, the Moroccan contestant Hanaa El Idrissi was warmly received by her family, friends and fans from all over the kingdom at the Mohammed V airport, Casablanca.
The special reception proved that Hanaa was a winner anyway. If she did not snatch the lead in Lebanon, she was already a star in Morocco.
On her arrival, El Idrissi expressed her joy and pride over her Moroccanness, stressing that did all she could to perfectly represent her country and reach the final stage of the contest.
On the results of the poll, Hanaa said that they were quite unexpected, but I feel lucky for having reached the final.
According to the family of the starlet, the percentage of the polls, a few hours before the start of Friday's final show, were 47% for Hanaa and 19% for the Lebanese Joseph Attiyeh.
Whereas the shocking results revealed that Hanaa came third with only 15% just after the Egyptian Hany Hussein, while the Lebanese got an incontestable majority of 55.15 %.
Hanaa's mother estimated that the results were forcibly falsified on behalf of their national Joseph Attiyeh.
Light hearted Hanaa's father said that his daughter, who reached the final stage and who has never been nominated during four months, proved already that she was a star.
For Hanaa, winning or not is not as important as her popularity in Morocco and outside the kingdom.
On her future projects, El Idrissi told the Moroccan daily, Assahra Al Maghribia that her first album will be 100% Moroccan.
The album will be a token of love and faithfulness for my beloved country, she added.
The Moroccan starlet will spend only few days with her family before joining the nine Academy stars for a tour all over the Arab world, which will start on May 4.