Victory by Marialia Mendonca, a daring celebrity and a protest marked the Latin Grammy. The awards were held Thursday (14th) in Los Angeles, United States, and were attended by more Brazilians, such as Anita, who changed their appearance. The event drew views from the red carpet, powered by celebrity and Chilean singer protests, to the ceremony, which awarded singer Marlia Mendonca an award. For this occasion, celebrities like Lali and Thalia opted for metallic, low-order dresses, while Jackie Gerrido, Malillani Marin and Francis Lachapel opted for bulky long tail models. For this occasion, celebrities have invested in necklines and crutches, with many asymmetrical skirts.
Marilia Mendonza takes the award and vibrates: "The best trophy is in the stomach"
Marilyn Mendonca has recognized her title "Queen of the Earth". Despite not attending the ceremony due to the advanced stage of her pregnancy, the singer won the title of Best Music Album for Every Corner. After competing with Paula Hernandez and Luan Santana, the artist celebrated the news on her social networks. "I always say that my best year is always what I live for and this one has certainly exceeded all expectations. We have literally zeroed in on our lives. best of all, we won today, "he celebrated. In comments to the publication, she received an oving message from her boyfriend, Murillo Huff:" You deserve it. "
Chilean singer leaves chest in protest
The red carpet of the Latin Grammy was still marked with protest. Arriving at the event, Chilean singer Mont Lafert was surprised when she opened her dress to be photographed showing off her chest. On his lap he painted the phrase, in Spanish, "in Chile, torture, rape and murder." To top it off, she even put a scarf around her neck, referring to her position in favor of legalizing abortion. At the awards, he also won the title of Best Alternative Music Album for the Norma album. In a photo posted online, the artist explained that she needed to censor the photo and put flowers in order not to be censored. “My free body for a free homeland. Instagram censors the picture, so I put flowers in, "she explained, and Anita, who openly talks about her sexuality, complained:" If they were male, Instagram wouldn't censor. "
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