This is the debut of the Puerto Rican artist on the show. Photo: NBC | NBC
After releasing the video clip of his new single « La Noche de Anoche » during the day of Valentine’s Day In the past week, Bad bunny has made her debut on the long-running variety show Saturday night Live, in which he had the accompaniment of the Spanish singer Rosalia.
Not only would the show be the first time the single has been performed live, it would also feature the act’s debut.r Regé-Jean Page as a guest presenter. Page enjoys great popularity thanks to his recent participation in the series of Netflix « Bridgerton« , Which is in preparation for its second season.
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As part of your intervention in the program, Bad bunny He would also perform an acoustic version of his song « I wish you the best. » The two songs presented on the night of February 20 are part of “El Último Tour Del Mundo”, his third studio album released to the public last November.
During the past month, the artist would carry out what he considers one of « his childhood dreams », when he participated in the 2021 edition of the Royal rumble of the Wwe, where he performed the song « Booker T ». on stage it would count on the appearance of the real Booker T, who has left the struggles and acts as a commentator.
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In addition to his new album, the Puerto Rican artist is preparing to make his acting debut. He is currently booked to be part of the new season of « Narcos: Mexico« , Which will feature the participation of the Mexican actor Luis Gerardo Méndez.
In addition, he will have a role in two American films. « American sole« , In which he will share credits with the actor and comedian Pete davidson Y « Bullet train« , Which will have Brad Pitt Y Lady Gaga as protagonists. « The Last World Tour » was released just nine months after their second album « YHLQMDLG » (short for « Yo Hago Lo Que Me De La Gana »).