Noa Kirel dishes on breakup and rumors of new flame

Israeli Eurovision contestant says focusing on future projects, including Madison Square Garden performance; As for rumors about dating Maccabi Tel Aviv goalkeeper, singer says ‘when I know, then everyone will know’

Israeli starlet Noa Kirel crossed off another task out of her schedule on Thursday, after appearing on set as part of a new campaign she's heading for local apparel brand FIX, accompanied by her personal bodyguard.
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"I found it strange having a bodyguard at first, but I'm used to it now, it feels natural to have him here," she said.
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נועה קירל
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Noa Kirel
(Photo: Oz Mualem)
In September, Kirel is set to dazzle the audience with a spectacular performance at Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park. However, the anticipation reaches new heights as her career soars toward an extraordinary milestone next year, with a sensational show planned at New York's iconic Madison Square Garden.
"I'm coming there with more confidence. When you have experience, everything goes a lot more smoothly. but I'm very excited. It's a huge dream. And I believe you should dream, work and achieve whatever you wish to. I have a picture there from two years ago, I really wanted to perform there, I pushed myself toward that goal, and now it's going to happen."
And what about your romantic life? "People forget how hard a breakup is, especially when people keep asking both of us about it all the time, and each comment about the other, it's tough."
Regarding her rumored relationship with Maccabi Tel Aviv goalkeeper Daniel Perez, Kirel added, "Life goes on, and when I know [about a relationship], then everyone will know."
Do you have any time to commit to a relationship at all? "When you want something, then you make time for it."
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