Karol G was in charge of opening an unusual gala. And she did it with a poor performance in which she exuded sensuality.
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Lots of sensuality
From Los Angeles, Karol G became the authentic Latin protagonist of a ceremony that left us with very well-worked performances with a surprising staging.
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Karol G took the stage to do a medley of hits like ‘QLona’ and ‘Ojos Ferrari’ and premiered a fragment of ‘Labios mordidas’, the collaboration with Keli Uchis that will be released this November 23.
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Karol G with her fans
Karol G wanted to celebrate with her fans her two BillBoard Music 2023 awards: best Latin female artist and best tour by a Latin artist.
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Along with two baseball legends, Tom Glavine and John Smoltz, Morgan Wallen posed with his eleven awards that made him the big star of the night. Eleven statuettes that rewarded his country music.
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Country music with the big star
One of the great stars of the night was Morgan Wallen, little known in our country, but a star among country music fans. He sang ’98 Braves’ from Truist Park in Atlanta (Georgia).
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Up with female K-Pop
NewJeans offered an energetic performance of two of their biggest hits: ‘Super Shy’ and ‘OMG’ from the ITBC Studio in Gyeonggi-do in South Korea where they received the Billboard Award for Best Global K-Pop Artist.
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Tate McRae performance
Tate McRae also took the stage at the Billboard Awards to perform her hit ‘Greedy’ from the Moxy Hotel in Los Angeles.
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It’s time with Maria Carey
The Culver Studios, in California, became the ideal Christmas setting where Mariah Carey, completely thawed, performed her great classic of the season: ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’.
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Thanks to the fact that year after year ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ manages to reach number 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 music chart, the singer has been awarded the Special Chart Achievement Award. She and she have picked him up with her children.
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Bebe Rexha Power
Bebe Rexha went to the Mandalay Generating Station in Oxnard (California) to perform two of her hits: ‘I’m Good (Blue)’ and ‘One in a Million. . The show will air on November 19, 2023 on BBMAs.watch. (Photo by Gilbert Flores/Penske Media via Getty Images)
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Baby Rexha, awarded
Bebe Rexha triumphs together with David Guetta by taking the Billboard Award for Best Dance / Electronic Song.
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Featherweight, to the ring
Featherweight put on his boxing robe and went out to the ring accompanied by a mythical man: Mike Tyson.
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The Featherweight fight
In The Mayan (Los Angeles), Featherweight brought out his side as a boxer and did not use his fists but the Mexican corrido to knock out his fans and all under the watchful eye of Mike Tyson.
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best latin song
Peso Pluma and Eslabón Armado won the Billboard Award for best Latin song for ‘She Baila Sola’ and Peso Pluma received the statuette from the professional boxer.
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Lauren Daigle took home the award for best Christian artist. Surely Justin Bieber or Íñigo Quintero will have heard it.
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Stray Kids win their first Billboard Award in the category of best K-Pop album thanks to their work, ‘5-STAR’. They took the stage to sing ‘S-Class’ and ‘LALALALA’ from Hwajung Gymnasium, in Seoul, South Korea.
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Award for Mexico
After positioning itself as the most listened to song globally, Fuerza Regida, the American regional Mexican group, triumphs as best duo or group and best Latin duo or group at these BBMAS 2023. They collected their award at the W Hotel in Los Angeles.
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