Carrie Underwood Announces Her Performance With David Bisbal at the Latin AMAs

by Jacklyn Krol
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Carrie Underwood will be performing a duet with David Bisbal at the Latin AMAs.

Underwood will take the stage with Bisbal at the 2021 Latin AMAs to perform their duet “Tears of Gold.” This will mark the first televised performance of the duet. The song was featured on Bisbals 2020 record,  En Tus Planes deluxe version.

On Thursday (March 25), Carrie Underwood announced their performance via Instagram.

“Thrilled to be performing at the 2021 @latinamas with @davidbisbal,” she wrote. “Don’t miss the show.”

Their collaboration is nominated for the coveted Video of the Year award. Fans can still vote for the award on Telemundo’s website. The video itself features galactic scenes of the universe, all while Underwood and Bisbal take turns singing with gold glitter raining from the sky.

The Latin AMAs will air on April 15 at 7 PM ET on Telemundo and Universo. The event will take place at the BBT Center in Sunrise, Florida, and will be hosted by actress Jacqueline Bracamontes.

See the announcement post, below.

All About Carrie Underwood and David Bisbal’s ‘Tears of Gold’

The collaboration was the first time that Carrie Underwood sang in Spanish. Prior to the duet, she studied Spanish in high school and college. The song sparked her interest to continue to learn the second language. She admitted that she had to brush up on her skills for the song.

“I feel like having a musical brain can lend itself to being able to learn another language,” she told Taste of Country. “Ever since being able to work with David, that’s something that’s kind of reignited a little bit of that desire in me. So I have been trying to remember what I learned and build on it.”

Underwood is amazed by his incredible voice and after the first time that she listened to the song she was hooked. “I was walking around for a couple of weeks afterwards singing it. I was like, ‘Well, that’s a good sign, it’s in my head after listening to it once or twice,'” she admitted.

Carrie Underwood and David Bisbal both wanted to sing in each other’s second languages. “It was such a cool synergy that happened,” she continued. “So it was such a cool thing to be a part of, two artists stepping outside of their comfort zones to make music, it was a really cool experience. It was a lot of fun, too.”


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