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The Mexican sent an “extraordinary” love message in her presentation offered for the Suena festival on TikTok.


The Mexican singer Danna Paola He moved internet users by sending a message of “extraordinary” love in his presentation offered for the festival Sounds in TikTok, which took place on said platform.

“We are in times where love is very half or very ephemeral,” said Danna Paola before singing her song Ordinary love defending that no one deserves such a love, but an “extraordinary” experience.

People think that being in love is uploading photos to Instagram, showing off to your partner, when in reality what you have at home, for you being real, being honest, being a transparent person is the most valuable thing there can be, “he added during his concert on Sunday.

His words join a series of messages of self-love that the singer has spread since the launch of her album K.O. (Knock Out) at the beginning of this year.

In this album the Mexican narrated the experiences of heartbreak lived throughout her history and in the 11 songs that make up the material she expressed strong statements about self-love, self-respect and feminine strength.

Danna Paola began her artistic career with only 6 years and has risen to international fame at great speed since it was part of the popular Netflix series, Elite (2018).

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The Spanish production gave him a global platform in the field of acting and opened the doors of popularity to show his music.

In recent years she has gained the recognition of the public, thus becoming one of the most recognized national artists of the moment.

Although Danna left the Netflix series, she has continued to be present on television shows as a judge of talent contests such as The academy in Mexico and in Spain of the program Top Star.

In addition to Danna Paola, the virtual TikTok festival was joined by singers such as Thalía, Christian Nodal, Sebastián Yatra, Kali Uchis and Guaynaa, among many others.

Access to the festival was free and the transmission could be followed through the short video platform. (AND)