Haifa Wehbe is a victim of parental alienation. In the 1990s, she married her cousin Nasr Fayyad when she was 18 and traveled with him to Nigeria where he worked. During her pregnancy, she returned to Lebanon and separated from her now ex-husband quoting marital problems. She had a daughter whose name is Zeinab Fayyad who also was a victim of parental alienation until she became an adult and continued to refuse to have any contact with her mother, even after she herself got married to Shaaban Reda Fawaz and had a child. Wehbe’s ex-husband and his mother have not allowed Wehbe any contact with Zainab. In some communities in Lebanon, the father gets automatic full custody of the children.
Wehbe has had no contact with her daughter since Zainab was one or two years old. Understandably, Wehbe tried to deny that she has ever had a daughter, but that was rebutted during her interview with Tony Khalifeh.
In 2005, Wehbe announced her engagement to a Saudi businessman Tariq Al-Jaffali. After only a few weeks, she and her fiancé decided to split for personal reasons and family issues.
On June 25, 2007, Wehbe survived an accident while filming a music video for the song “Hasa Ma Bena” in Lebanon. In the video, a single engine airplane was to chase Wehbe as she drove a car. However, the airplane inadvertently hit the car, taking off the front windshield of the convertible she was driving. Despite the severity of the accident, Wehbe suffered only minor cuts and bruises.
Wehbe married Danish businessman Henrik Abu Larsen on April 24, 2009 in Beirut. Among the guests at the wedding party were singer Anastacia, Kim Kardashian, Diddy, Googoosh, Samar Ibrahim, Nawal Al Zoghbi, Najwa Karam, Ragheb Alama, and Sherine.
It was announced that Wehbe and Abu Husheima had split in November 2012.
» Baddi Aech and television career (2004–2007)
Wehbe released her second studio album Baddi Aech (Arabic: بدي عيش, English: “I Want to Live”) in early 2005, which lived up to expectations due to the success of its lead single “Ya Hayat Albi.” Released after the assassination of Lebanese politician Rafik Hariri, the title single of the album is about “freedom, considered to be among the most basic of human rights”. Her follow-up single became her biggest hit to date, “Aana Haifa” (Arabic: أنا هيفاء, English: “I Am Haifa”), which became her novelty song. In 2006 she released a follow up single “Bus al-Wawa” (Arabic: بوس الواوا, English: “Kiss the booboo”), the song was later used in a Pepsi advertisement. The song was also voted Song of the Year in 2006 by Radio Scope and Sawt Al Musika.
» Film career beginnings and Habibi Aana (2008–2009)
Wehbe starred in the Pepsi-produced film Sea of Stars released in early 2008, along with Carole Samaha, Ahmad el Sherif, Wael Kfoury, Brigitte Yaghi, and Ruwaida al-Mahrooqi.
On July 4, 2008, Wehbe released her third studio album Habibi Aana (Arabic: حبيبي أنا, English: “My Love”) which contains 15 songs including the lead single “Moush Adra Estana”. In the Middle East album sales struggled due to Haifa’s lack of promotion as she was concentrating more on her acting and film career.
In 2009 Wehbe starred in Dokkan Shehata, a high-grossing Egyptian drama film.
» Babe Haifa (2010)
After a lengthy delay, Wehbe released a children’s album titled Babe Haifa in March 2010 under Rotana Records.
Wehbe was scheduled to work on the Egyptian movie Leilet El-Baby Doll, but canceled due to her overbooked schedule.
In April 2010, Wehbe was featured on French DJ David Vendetta’s album Vendetta on the song Yama Layali.
Wehbe was working on her fifth studio album, “Bukra Bafarjeek”. In September 2011 Al Bawaba reported that Wehbe was threatening to leave her label Rotana “for neglecting her and not paying any attention to her work”.
» M.J.K” (2012–present)
On 8 May 2012 Release her album “M.J.K” (“Miss Universe” English translation).
» Ghala Ghala (2013)
During summer 2013, Haifa released her new song “Ghala Ghala”.
In 2014, she signed with Tarik Freitekh’s label and Wehbe shooted her new song ‘Farhana’ on 21 Jun. 2014 in Your Face Sounds Familiar2014(شكلك مش غريب,Arabic translation).
2002: The “Golden Lion” Award in Egypt.
2004: Best Young Female Arab singer in Egypt.
2005: The Oscar for “ninashnash” for her song Baddi Eesh from her second album.
2005: The “Murex d’Or” award with the title “Best Artist of the Year”.
2006: The “Murex d’Or” award with the title “Best Artist of the Year”.
2009: The “Murex d’Or” award with title “Most Popular Lebanese Singer”.
2010: The “Murex d’Or” award with the title “Best singer actress”.
2010: The “ART” Award for her role in her first Egyptian Film “Dokkan Shehata”.
2011: World’s Most Desirable Woman List No. 49 Rank.
2011: Most beautiful Arabian model cum actress list Ranked #2.
2011: Murex d’Or best song award, for “Yama Layaly.”
» Houwa Al Zaman (2002)
» Baddi Aech (2005)
» Farachit Al Waddi (2007)
» Habibi Ana (2008)
» Baby Haifa (2010)
» Malikat Jamal Al Kawn (2012)
» “El Layli”
» “El Tabeea”
» “Bint Al Waddi”
» “Ana Andi Baghbaghan”
» “Ana Adrra Aich”
» “Eda Eda”
» “Enta Tanni”
» “80 Million Ahsass ”
» “Yama Layali”(Remix Version)”
» “Yama Layali”
» “Ya Magnon”
» “Samanne”(Singles Version)”
» “Farhana”(Your Face Sounds Familiar 2014)
Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
January 29- Heineken Music Hall Amsterdam, Netherlands (with Tamer Hosny)
November 18- Al Massa Hotel, Cairo
November 17- Movempic Hotel, Beirut, Lebanon
July 31 – Movempic Hotel, Beirut, Lebanon
July 24 – Chouf, Lebanon
July 22 – Batroun, Lebanon
July 16–19 – Casablanca, Morocco
July 4 – PRIVATE CONCERT, Monaco
July 2 – Zahle Festival, Zahle, Lebanon
May 8 – Phoenicia Hotel, Beirut
March 13 – Houston, Texas
Sea of Stars – (produced by Pepsi) – released July, 2008
Haifa/TWS – 2013
Dokkan Shehata – June 20011*Halawet Rouh – 8 of April 2014
Black Electronic Man – October 2014 (Sonia speak role, Arabic dub)
Al Wadi – 2005 reality television show based on the French reality show La Ferme Célébrités.
Your Face Sounds Familia – 2014
Kalam Ala Waraa – 2014 – 29 of Jun of 2014 (Ramadan 2014)