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Meet Tamar Yahalomi, Sarit Hadad's spouse Israel today


The one who broke into our lives with the voting bias affair in "A Star Is Born", continued her fruitful path in successful collaborations with the best Mediterranean singer artists • And now, as is well known, her name is associated with a particularly famous singer and in slightly more personal terms

Today (Sunday), after years of hiding what is undoubtedly considered the least kept secret in the local culture and entertainment industry, Sarit Hadad has revealed her partner for life.

Although the big story here is of course the exit from the singer's well-publicized closet, but also the identity of the equally interesting partner - since this is Tamar Yahalomi - singer herself, writes lyrics and melodies and where it will sound very familiar to some of you.

We met Tamar Yahalomi, born in 1994, during the ninth season of "A Star Is Born" in 2011.

It was an interesting season not only because of its winner, Hagit Yasu, but also because of the arrest of then-Judge Margol, among other things on the charge of promoting candidates in the program.

But another memorable affair from the season is the one at the center of which was a bias in favor of a contestant on the show.

It happened during the month of July, when Liron Ramati, then a very popular singer and a candidate to win, was eliminated from the competition, after a special cover for Idan Raichel.

It was a somewhat strange dismissal, given Ramati's great talent and the sympathy he received from the audience.

An examination of the "Keshet" franchise found too different results between the votes on the website in favor of Diamonds, and the votes on the cellphone.

In other words - in the polls on the Tamar website, the last of the candidates arrived.

In the cellular vote, she came in first place.

An unconventional gap.

A few days later, the people of the program came to the inevitable conclusion that the voting system was skewed, in what was then estimated at tens of thousands of shekels during two programs.

One of the things that indicated this was the fact that the votes for diamonds were sent from numbers that were too similar to each other.

At the end of the investigation, Tamar's father admitted that he had purchased hundreds of mobile devices and sent countless text messages for his daughter, along with operating a large set of voters.

Although the production of the show, she said, tried to persuade Diamonds to stay in it, it refused, and resigned voluntarily.

Tamar Yahalomi in "A Star Is Born",

But a lot of water has flowed in the river since then, and Diamonds has entered the world of music and has become one of its most prominent names.

Over the years she has written songs like "Love Me True" to Omar Adam and also "Praying" and "Get Me Out of the Fire" by Sarit Hadad, her current partner.

In addition, she also released a duet with Moshik Afia, composed "I have no you" for Eden Ben Zaken, and wrote songs for a long list of successful singers, including Moshe Peretz, Eyal Golan, Dudu Aharon, Agam Bohbot, Itai Levy, Nofar Salman, Osher Cohen And a wave of man.

Alongside this she often collaborates with singer Jonathan Klimi.

In fact, she is considered the second most played artist on radio stations in Israel.

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In interviews, she says that she would be happy to write to Dudu Tessa and Amir Dadon as well - that is, singers outside the Mediterranean genre (although she says that she wrote Rafael a rock song in essence, so she says it is not too big an exception for her). A success story, in the end, that is now also linked to one of the most successful singers in Israel, and a big step for the LGBT community.  

Source: israelhayom

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