In ‘Gert Late Night’ actress and singer Nora Gharib talks candidly with James about racism and her faith. “I have never been bothered by racism. Until I took part in ‘K3 is looking for K3’. Because K3 consists of three white girls and no black ones. ”
Gharib was even confronted with it on stage. “I was singing but didn’t pay any attention to my singing anymore. I could only think about the people at home and that someone probably thought I didn’t belong here. ”
Another important thing in Gharib’s life: her partner Anson. “I chose a man who was not a Muslim at the time. That was a hurricane in the house, but I don’t blame my parents. I then packed my things when I was eighteen and left. I have not seen them for a year and I lived on a living wage. I remember sitting in the shower one night and thinking: if they don’t accept my husband, then nothing is necessary for me. ”
But during the recording of that same television show, everything changed. “Suddenly I saw Anson talking to my mother. I could not believe it. It became one after all ‘happy end’”.
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