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So you think you can dance? VOL 3.

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  1. Mo 3arfeh leh etkhayyalt elshabab el3arab 3m yor2oso hek hehehe be6la3o ta7sheesh :-)

    Jad , in this series you should include the video of the girl who is dancing infront of the mirror on Nancy Ajram's song. Did you see it? yeee ma2sah :/

  2. 7ala,
    hahais, I can imagine that :D

    Ok, go ahead upload it to ikbis and give me URL to add it to this series; hurry up many on the queue :-)

  3. jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad
    lawaish mo jay 3ala JP meet up, kteer darori enak tkon mawjod!!

  4. you Jordanians still have this discrimination thing, and you think of yourselves as openminded people. Deep inside your hearts, you are not.

  5. Wedad,
    I'll do my best to be with you guys :-)

    Would you please elaborate ?


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