Natalia Jimenez Serenades Couple at Miami Concert, Makes Their Marriage Proposal Unforgettable

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Natalia Jimenez performs in Miami, Florida on July 18, 2015.

On Saturday (July 18), Natalia Jimenez and Camila joined forces for a special concert at the James L. Knight Center in Miami. The Spanish pop queen and the Mexican pop rock trio, each known for their power ballads, had die-hard fans singing along to hits old and new -- and Jimenez even made fans' dreams come true. 

Taking a break from her own repertoire early in the night, Jimenez strapped on her guitar and paid tribute to Argentine rock gods Soda Stereo with a cover of one of their classics, "Música Ligera," as the crowd joined her in chanting one of the most beloved tunes in rock en español history. Other songs, including a cover of Rocío Durcal's ranchera essential "Amor Eterno," had the always-fashionable pop diva backed by a full mariachi band. 

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Jimenez brought out a special guest for the Miami stop of her Creo En Mí tour -- La Voz Kids third-season winner Jonael Santiago. The pint-sized Puerto Rican dynamo, 11, duetted with his coach on "Algo Más" and proved why he's worthy of first place on Telemundo's reality singing competition.  

But the sweetest moment came later in the night, when Jimenez announced, "I have been asked to dedicate 'Por Ser Tu Mujer' [To Be Your Woman] tonight to someone who wants to propose marriage." The crowd erupted in cheers as the spotlight focused on two women embracing, moved to tears by Jimenez's sweet gesture.

The answer, of course, was "I do." It was the perfect tune to a perfect moment. 

¡Que viva el amor!



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