From left: Tamer Hosny, Avril Lavigne and Luis Fonsi.
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DUBAI – A number of widely acclaimed music stars and producers, including Grammy Award winning music producer Greg Wells of the Greatest Showman, and 28-time Grammy winner, Quincy Jones, have come together to create the official song for Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019.
The anthem, titled ‘Right Where I’m Supposed To Be’, will be revealed for the first time at the Opening Ceremony of the World Games where global superstar Avril Lavigne and Luis Fonsi, singer of global smash-hit single ‘Despacito’, will be among the personalities performing the song.
Emirati singer Hussain Al Jassmi, Syrian superstar, Assala Nasri, and Star of Egypt and the Arab World, Tamer Hosny will also be singing the song.
The Special Olympics World Games 2019 is the world’s largest sporting event and a global movement focused on empowering people with disabilities through the power of sport.
The UAE is the first MENA country to host the Games on March 14. The games will see more than 7,500 athletes from over 190 nations competing in several sports. GAD/Expat Media
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