All that glitters not TV gold for ‘Lebanon’s Kardashians’

(L-R) Alice, Nadine and Farah, stars of Lebanese reality TV show "The Sisters", pictured at their villa in the upscale area of Beit-Misk, northeast of BeirutThey were touted as Lebanon's answer to reality TV icons the Kardashians, but the stars of "The Sisters" have been dismissed as not only unrepresentative but even worse — boring. In the sleek apartment where their show is filmed, Alice, Nadine and Farah Abdel Aziz teeter around on high heels, in full make-up at all times. "The Sisters" began in March with much fanfare and local media coverage.


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