The celebrity world was left reeling when Rosalía and Rauw Alejandro announced their split, marking one of the most talked-about breakups of the year. Since the news broke in July, the once-engaged pair have seemingly been living separate lives. However, the upcoming Latin Grammys promise to bring them back to the same venue in less than a month.
This year, the Latin Grammys are set to light up Sevilla, Spain, with the awards ceremony scheduled for November 16. The days leading up to the event are typically a whirlwind of interviews, rehearsals, and media buzz. It promises to be a night filled with rhythm and melody, and possibly the first time Rosalía and Alejandro will cross paths since their breakup.
In a recent interview with Penélope Cruz for Vogue Spain, Rosalía confirmed her attendance at the event. This news comes hot on the heels of Alejandro’s confirmation, who is also slated to perform. While Rosalía’s performance is yet to be announced, more names are expected to be revealed as the big night approaches.
Both stars have been nominated for awards, with Alejandro in the running for Best Album for ‘Saturno’, and Rosalía’s ‘Motomami’ nominated for General Field Record of the Year for ‘Despechá.’
The Song Alejandro Swears He’ll Never Sing Again
As for what song Alejandro will grace the stage with, one thing’s for sure – it won’t be the song he dedicated to Rosalía.
In the aftermath of their breakup, while Rosalía chose to retreat from the public eye, only recently making a comeback on social media, Alejandro chose to express his heartbreak through music. In mid-August, the 30-year-old released ‘Hayami Hana (By Raúl)’, a poignant song dedicated to Rosalía and their relationship.
The over-five-minute-long composition includes heartfelt lines like, ‘Just in case we never speak again, and my favorite eyes never look at me again, I made this for when you want to remember your crazy guy who truly loved you.’
However, during a stop in Barcelona on his Saturno World Tour, Alejandro made a surprising announcement to his audience: ‘I will never sing it again in my life.’ The reasons behind this decision could be manifold – perhaps the song brings back painful memories, or maybe he’s simply ready to move on.