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Somaya al-Khashab and Nasser Al-Qasabi win the grand prize in “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” | news

MBC1 broadcasted an exceptional episode of the program “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” to celebrate MBC’s 30th birthday, presented by George Kordahi.

The episode was filmed in the Portuguese city of Lisbon, in the presence of the most prominent faces of MBC and its media.

The beginning of the episode was with the duo Yusra and Basil Khayat, who decided to withdraw after they collected 250 thousand Saudi riyals.

And the second paragraph brought together Dhafer Al-Abidin Prem Abdullah, and the Tunisian actor revealed that he had started preparing to film the third part of “Bride of Beirut”, in addition to finishing filming a movie in Tunisia, while Reem announced that she was preparing herself to shoot the third part of the series “Al-Asouf”.

Amina Khalil and Asser Yassin met to test their knowledge with George, where they succeeded in answering some questions and failed in others.

The episode ended with Sumaya al-Khashab and Nasser al-Qasabi, who won one million Saudi riyals at the end of the episode.

The episode was not without funny and funny situations during the thirtieth ceremony for the founding of MBC, where Sumaya sang “I want a bright red Lamborghini”, prompting George Kordahi to call her “Malban Egypt”, after which Nasser said, “I seek permission.”

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