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While you were watching Sunday's episode of “Ana Wel Assal" (the Honey and I), in your pajama pants, Lebanese singer Myriam Fares was pimping a 24 carat gold embroidered dress and diamond-encrusted mosaic earrings to host Neshan Der Haroutiounian.

Neshan complimented Fares on the “astonishing" look the moment she walked into the studio.

The producers of the show may ask all the female guests to wear long sleeves on the program as a sign of respect during the Islamic holy month, but they obviously don't care if the women are dripping with an obscene amount of excess.

We're not asking Fares to convert to Islam here, but just a tip: next time you wear a dress covered in gold on a Ramadan-themed television show, don't also brag about your $120,000 designer bag (she compared it to a painting because "its value will double over the years") in some lame attempt to throw your superficial consumer purchases in everyone's faces.

It really doesn't get more sleaze than that.

Ya heard?

"Those who spend their wealth by night and day, in secret and in public shall have their reward with their Lord. On them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve." (Qur'an 2:274)

Myriam Fares' Ramadan Attire: A Dress Dripping with Excess
 

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hi

Saif Abuhamdeh on Jul 10, 2015 via web