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Yalitza Aparicio was invited to the awards ceremony ‘Latin Grammy’where she wore a silver two-piece ensemble from the Mexican designer Lorena Saravia.
According to the designer’s catalogue, the outfit worn by the actress from ‘Rome’ it is named ‘Audrey’ and is made of “lavender glitter”.
The colorful outfit consists of a top with straps, a long skirt with an opening on the left side, as well as detachable sleeves with side applications. It has a cost of 324 dollars.
Yalitza complemented her wardrobe with white sneakers from the Mexican brand ‘Avice’, silver accessories and discreet makeup, but that did not go unnoticed.
Since his participation in the award-winning film ‘Rome’ and her subsequent Oscar nomination, the Oaxacan actress has been invited to participate in projects and award ceremonies.
Such was the case of the ‘Latin Grammy’awards in which the most outstanding Latin music is recognized.
The event was held in Las Vegas and was attended by a number of international show business personalities, as well as socialites.
Yalitza made an impact on the red carpet and on stage when it was her turn to be a presenter and present the award for ‘Best Ranchera/Mariachi Music Album’ to Christian Nodal.
Subsequently, the actress was caught next to Carol G. singing the song excitedly ‘Your prison’ during the presentation of the The Bukis.
Different videos that testify to the scene circulated on networks, in which it is observed Yalitza embraced by Karol Gwhile enjoying the presentation of the group led by Marco Antonio Solís.
The actress also published photos of the awards on her social networks and republished the videos of the moment, in which she sings excitedly next to the interpreter of ‘Bichota’.
On the other hand, Yalitza is also promoting her foray into the series ‘Killer women’which can be seen through the Vix platform.
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