Amanda Miguel sings ‘Castillos’ with Chucho, the boy who went viral with his song

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Amanda Miguel managed to shake the hearts of the 10,000 people who were gathered in the National Auditorium in Mexico City, because there is no doubt that she is still a great interpreter.

Just as only great artists do, the Argentine star kept his word by inviting little Chucho to the stage, the boy who went viral for singing the song with great feeling castles.

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Amanda Miguel with little Chucho on the stage of the National Auditorium

A magical night was lived in the Colossus of Reforma, because long before Shakira released the song “tiradera”, past generations expressed their romantic disappointments singing Amanda Miguel’s songs at the top of their lungs.

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He lied to me, so he will never love you and of course, castles They were part of the repertoire that could not be missing to dedicate to the person who had broken their hearts, although the new generations are not exempt from enjoying good music and Chucho is a clear example of this.

Visibly nervous, the little boy couldn’t believe he was singing along with the star he had heard so many times at home, but far from feeling overwhelmed by the imposing stage, the lights and the audience, the boy sang the famous song with this great diva.

Chucho carried in his hands a doll alluding to the interpreter of my good heart and, with great kindness, the talented singer gave him a few words to make him gain confidence.

Will you help me sing this song? Thank you very much for coming and for liking my music and for being able to sing it. Are you willing to sing? Ok, so you are going to sing the part that excites you so much.

Surely, little Chucho will remember this night forever, because not every day we have the opportunity to sing along with our favorite artist one of his songs.

Source: Okchicas

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