All the theories about Rosalía’s performance at the Latin Grammys in Seville

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The Rosalia He’s about to make a mess in Seville. This Thursday the Latin Grammy Awards will be held in the Andalusian city; it is the first time that the Academy has Spain to celebrate its awards in the country. One of the artists confirmed to perform at the gala is the singer of Kiss and there are already theories about his actions.

In the program Duendeando from Radio 3journalist Teo Sánchez confirms that the Catalan artist is preparing something very big. “Rosalia is preparing for the world championship. The abundance and quality of flamenco that will surround her on stage is infinite. Many guitarists, many clappers perhaps? We will see it on Thursday,” she assured.

What is clear is that being Rosalia an expert and lover of flamenco and the awards being held in a city with such deep-rooted flamenco culture, the show that the singer will offer Desperate It will be a nice tribute to this musical genre.

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So far the songs he will perform at the gala are unknown, but It is not Rosalía’s first performance at the Latin Grammys. In 2019 he performed To Pallet and With Height live and last year he sang Hentai and Desperateso it can be expected that he will not repeat these themes.

We will have to wait until Thursday to see what the Spanish has prepared, but His followers have already begun to speculate on X (former Twitter) about what he might be up to. Some users have noticed that Triana Ramosone of the choreographers of the Motomami Tour, is working for the music awards.

After a question and answer that he made Ramos on his Instagram account He confessed that his inspiration for this gala was the lighting costumes. Can they be part of Rosalía’s show? We’ll find out on Thursday.

For her part, the singer of me x you, you x me has shared on his Instagram profile that He is already on his way to Seville to enjoy the big week of Latin music. “SEVILLE I’M COMING NOW,” she says in her last post.

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Rosalia will undoubtedly be one of the stars of the night, not only for her show (which also), is nominated in one of the main categories. Nothing more and nothing less than recording of the year by Desperate. And if anyone knows what the prize of the Latin Grammy that’s the singer CAKE, last year he smashed his album Motomami taking home 4 awards.

Latin Grammy 2023 performances

The award ceremony for these awards will be held on November 16 and little by little the organization has been completing the line-up of performances. In the last batch of confirmed artists we find Maluma, Rosalía, Shakira, Milo J and Sebastián Yatra (which also presents). These will join a luxury line up already made up of Pablo Alborán, Edgar Barrera, Camilo, Juanes, Ozuna, Manuel Carrasco and more.

Latin Grammy 2023 performance poster: Pablo Alborán, Ozuna and more artists, announced
Latin Grammy 2023 performance poster: Pablo Alborán, Ozuna and more artists, announced

The line-up of performances also includes emerging artists such as Borja, Natascha Falcão, GALE, Paola Guanche, Joaquina and León Leiden. They all join the artists confirmed in first place: Maria Becerra, Bizarrap, Feid, Kany García, Carin León, Christian Nodal, Rauw Alejandro and Alejandro Sanz in addition to Laura Pausini who has become the 2023 Person of the Year honoree.


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