Belen Aguilera conquers Live Las Ventas in Madrid for the second time with a concert full of surprises

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We have already commented on more than one occasion that 2023 has been the year of Belén Aguilera. Our pop princess can boast of great achievements in the last twelve months: from surpassing one million monthly listeners on Spotify for the first time with the viralization of Antagonist and his best debut on the platforms with the throwing of Greyhound, until the publication of Metanoia and passing through some of the most important festivals on the national scene.

The last two months of the year are closing with a bang: with the start of the Metanoia Tour and three of the four dates hanging the sign of sold out tickets. During her first concert in Barcelona we already echoed some of the novelties that the Catalan brought for this show, including the premiere of the songs Lolita (with which I opened the setlist) and Thelma and Louise with the artist Julieta or your own version of Point by Rocío Jurado.

Her first concert in Madrid was also very exciting: with Samuraï as a great guest to sing with her From puddle to puddle and the emotions on the surface after confirming that he had been able to fill his largest room to date. This December 3, the singer repeated her feat and returned to Live Las Ventas with new surprises and a historic event: bringing together more than 2,000 homosexuals in a bullring..


@Belén Aguilera🧚🏼‍♀️ is the only reason to gather homosexuals in a bullring hahahahahahahaha #belenaguilera #concert #madrid #live #music

♬ original sound – Zay

The first surprise of the night came from the hand of Co-pilotwhen María Escarmiento took the stage to leave the audience with their mouths open and asking for the release of the remix. Shortly after, the first notes of her collaboration with Julieta began to sound and the Catalan gave the surprise: neither her social networks nor her Instagram stories had been active in the last 24 hours. Nobody expected it and they turned the bullring into a real dance floor.


@Julieta @Belén Aguilera🧚🏼‍♀️ #fyp #foryoupage #parati #metanoia

♬ original sound – cesuuur

The premiere of Mr. Hyde live after its launch last Friday was almost obligatory and met expectations. In addition, one last question remained in the air when the attendees began to chant the words “Wizink, Wizink.” Belén, without confirming it word for word, did comment: “Look, I hope that when I announce Wizink you will buy me the tickets, please“. Promise or reality yet to be revealed, what is clear is that it does not matter what animal form it takes (chameleon, greyhound or lycanthrope), Belén meets expectations and leaves (us) with our mouths open.


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