Taylor Swift surprised by dancing merengue to the rhythm of Bad Bunny at the 2023 Grammys

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The American singer turned heads on the red carpet in a two-piece dress, but wowed everyone when she showed off her best moves with “After the beach”

Taylor Swift surprised by dancing merengue to the rhythm of Bad Bunny at the 2023 Grammys

The Puerto Rican performer was in charge of opening the event with a show full of Latin flavor. (Photos: REUTERS/David Swanson //Getty Images)

Taylor Swift surprised everyone when, during the first minutes of the65th awards ceremony for the 2023 Grammys, left her front row seat to dance to the rhythm of Bad Bunny. And it is that the American singer-songwriter could not resist After the beach and she joined all the artists who enjoyed the opening show to the fullest.

The moment full of Latin flavor also drove all the spectators crazy, but mainly the fans of the pop star, who did not hesitate to immortalize it with videos captured from the television that circulate on social networks. Between applause, mocking comments and the occasional meme, they recognized the simplicity that their favorite artist reflected.

But that was not all, the singer of hits like Anti-Hero, Love Story, I knew were trouble andBad blood She turned heads on the red carpet when she appeared wearing a blue two-piece dress and huge silver earrings. As she walked past the cameras and microphones, the singer took to Twitter to thank her first Grammy of the night for her short film  All Too Well.

“I cannot put into words what this means to me. To have @RecordingAcad and my peers recognize me as a director and in doing so recognize my work in trying to get my music back… I'm impressed. Thanks to all the fans who wanted this to happen,” he wrote for his award in the “Best Music Video” category.

Taylor Swift surprised by dancing merengue to Bad Bunny at the Grammys 2023

Taylor Swift attends the 65th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, U.S., February 5, 2023. REUTERS/David Swanson

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