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Anahí goes viral for trying to sing “Sálvame” by RBD in Acapulco, but they deny her the microphone | VIDEO

anahí she has become one of the most prolific singers of an entire generation, and much of it was thanks to her success in RBD. This time she was the one who made the song “Save me” iconic, but it seems that some forget it.

Users on social networks viralized the video that shows the exact moment in which the singer, Anahí demonstrated her great passion for “RBD” by asking for a microphone to sing this hit, but was denied.

A user on Twitter recorded the exact moment in which the renowned interpreter heard the song “Save me” while enjoying a meeting at the renowned “Baby O” nightclub in the beautiful port of Acapulco, Mexico.

In the video we see 39-year-old Anahí inside the bar and suddenly the song “Save me” begins to play. At that moment he stands up to start singing the song and even asks for a microphone to sing it live.

As it was expected, The recording did not go unnoticed by anyone as thousands of Internet users assured that “RBD” is Anahí’s great passioneven one or the other said that the attendees would have taken the opportunity for her to sing the famous song.

It was on December 19, 2022 when the entire entertainment world was in complete shock after the famous youth band “RBD” confirmed their return to the stage after their last performance that marked an entire generation.

Before their millions of followers, the performers of “Sálvame”, “Tras de mi” and “Celestial” confirmed that this 2023 they will have a world tour in different countries.

But so far the official venues have not been confirmed, but fans speculate that they could be in Mexico, the United States, Brazil, Argentina and other countries.

The only bad news about the reunion of “RBD” was that the six original members will not be there, since Poncho Herrera will not participate in the expected reunion. Those who will be on stage are Anahí, Dulce María, Maite Perroni, Cristián Chávez and Christopher Uckermann.

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