The Colombian singer earned seven nominations at this year's ceremony, including three for song of the year
The Colombian singer walked the carpet in a dramatic black and gold two-piece set by Harris Reed. The structured corset top appeared like a breastplate made of gold and stood out from the black velvet skirt. In juxtaposition, the softness of the skirt flowed behind her into a train.
It wouldn't be a Shakira look, though, if she wasn't showing off her curves. Not only did the musician offer peeks of her hips (that don't lie), but her skirt also featured a massive slit that showed her legs and her platform heels.
She wore her hair down and in waves and kept her accessories minimal.
The “Whenever, Wherever” singer earned seven nominations at this year's ceremony, including record of the year and song of the year — a category she dominates with three nods. Shakira is a 12-time Latin Grammy Award winner, including the Latin Recording Academy person of the year award she won in 2011.
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"The role that my fans have played in my career is impossible to quantify,” the singer said. “They’ve known how to understand me better than anybody, and they’ve carried me to where I am today with their unwavering support.”
She went on to say she is proud to represent Colombian women in a male-dominated industry.
"The way Colombia has served as inspiration for my career as an artist is immeasurable. Colombia is a never-ending source of inspiration: for colors, culture, sounds, stories, folklore, and food. It’s such a rich culture and I’m so grateful to have been raised where I was and have it be my lifelong muse.”
The 2023 Latin Grammy Awards will air on Univision in the U.S. and Radio Televisión Española in Spain, live from the Conference and Exhibition Center (FIBES) in Sevilla, Spain, on Nov. 16.
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