Buenos Aires, .- The Argentine singer Lali Espósito will perform at the next Platinum 2019 Awards gala, which will be presented on May 12 in Riviera Maya, in the Mexican Caribbean, announced the artist’s production company on Tuesday.
Argentina, which has more than 6 million users on social networks, will set the musical point of the sixth edition, where it will offer one of its hits from its third solo album, “Brava” (2018).
For her latest album, the Argentinean interpreter had the collaboration of figures from the Latin music scene such as the Spaniard Abraham Mateo, the Brazilian Pabllo Vittar and the Mexican Reik.
Espósito has also collaborated with other international artists such as Ricky Martin, Katy Perry, Enrique Iglesias and his compatriot Fito Páez.
Her latest hit, “Lindo pero bruto”, in which she collaborates with the Mexican Thalía, came out last February.
Esposito can boast of being the first Argentine in history to perform at the carnival in Salvador de Bahia (Brazil), this 2019, where she performed with the Brazilian “Drag queen” Pabllo Vittar the song “Caliente”.
The Argentine began in 2003 her career as an actress, who started on the small screen with several roles in juvenile series such as “Casi Angeles”, with which her popularity came.
Later he appeared in productions such as “Sandro de América”, “Florecienta”, “Chiquititas sin fin”, “Dancing for a Dream”, “Sólo vos” or “Dulce amor”.
Already on the big screen, she was praised for her performance in the film “Accused” (2018), starring alongside Leonardo Sbaraglia, directed by Gonzalo Tobal and nominated to compete for the Golden Lion of the Venice Film Festival.
“Roma”, by Alfonso Cuarón, starts as the favorite of the awards this year along with the Colombian “Pájaros de verano” and the Paraguayan “Las heiressos”.
Spanish actor and producer Santiago Segura will share the conduct of the ceremony with Mexican actress Cecilia Suárez (“La casa de las flores”).
This is the second time that Segura has been in charge of the Platinum Awards gala, as he did in 2016 in Uruguay. (EFE)