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Karol G & Anahi Surprise Fans With “Salvame” Performance – Billboard

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Amid his “Bichota Reloaded” tour across Latin America, Karol G surprised fans at his concert in Mexico City on Saturday night (June 11), making Anahi his special guest.

The two powerhouses joined forces for a moving performance of RBD’s 2004 hit “Salvame,” marking Anahi’s first time performing live in 11 years. On stage, the two artists even wore pink cowboy hats resembling the one Anahi wore in the song’s official music video.

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“It was amazing to see how despite many years away you still shine with such intensity,” Karol, who is a huge RBD fan, said on Instagram. “Eleven years off stage, 11 years of invitations that you turned down because you had other ideals and accepted mine. You accepted me and I felt good and special.

She continued: “Seeing you again in front of the world, in the midst of tears and so many emotions, has only confirmed that even if for years these have been beautiful memories, the feelings of an entire generation are still alive, intact…Having you there not only made me happy, but it made millions of us happy. You and me forever.”

In December 2020, Anahi and her former RBD bandmates Maite Perroni, Christian Chávez and Christopher Von Uckermann reunited for a virtual reunion event called “Ser o Parecer”. However, his last time in concert was in 2011 with his Go Any Go tour.

“I cannot express in words what you have given me; a moment that I will carry in my soul forever! the singer commented on Karol’s post. “You are so wonderful and so unique that you did me the honor of sharing your stage, your audience! Your whole team is so loving they made me feel so special. Your energy is so powerful that it fills the world with light! That’s why you’re in this place because souls like yours deserve the whole world! Thank you so much ! I will never forget that.”

Below, watch their full performance: