Last Thursday, November 16, Seville dressed up to celebrate the long-awaited 2023 Latin Grammy Awards ceremony. For the first time in its history, these prestigious awards were held in a city outside the United States. So all eyes were on this sophisticated gala, which recognized the work and talent of many Latin artists during this last year and was attended by great faces from the international music scene.
One of the great protagonists of the night was Laura Pausini. And the Colombian singer Karol G was in charge of presenting the Italian with the 'Person of the Year' award, an award that recognizes her entire career in the world of music.
In addition, Laura Pusini left great moments during the gala. One of them was her iconic speech after receiving the award. ''I promise not to be that long, but please allow me to say thank you first of all to my father for that day he chose not to go to the movies with my mother and, that night years ago, make love and make his daughter Laura who Tonight she is the person of the year (...) I am the most Latin Italian in the entire fucking world,'' the singer confessed.
Another of the Italian's great moments was her spectacular musical performance, with which she delighted the entire audience with a medley of some of her greatest hits, such as En Cambio No, La Soledad, Amores Stranges, Listen to Your Heart, Between You and a thousand seas or I want to tell you.
But what has been commented on the most on social networks has undoubtedly been Rauw Alejandro's performance, in which he covered the legendary Italian song, Se fue. The Puerto Rican wanted to pay a beautiful tribute to the Italian, with which he left all of his followers speechless.
Rauw Alejandro's version immediately became one of the most viral contents on social networks. But if this were not enough, now an old version by Laura Pausini has become popular again, performing her Se fue with a much more rock style in an interview on the radio station Cadena 100.
''Everyone is talking about Rauw Alejandro's version, but they don't know the demonic version of Laura Pausini herself,'' the content creator wrote on TikTok.