Carla Morrison Serenades Newly Engaged Couple at L.A. Concert & More Highlights

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Carla Morrison performs in the rain as part of Celebrate Brooklyn! at Prospect Park Bandshell on July 9, 2016 in New York City. 

"Tonight, feel free of everything and everyone. Just feel the love," Carla Morrison told her fans at the Novo Theater in Los Angeles during her concert Tuesday night that included many emotional moments throughout the show.

To get the crowd in that romantic setting, L.A.-based indie singer and songwriter Irene Diaz opened the show for Morrison singing some of her ballads including "Crazy Love," "I Love You Madly" and "My Sweetest Sin."

Then Morrison brought out her unique dance moves and incomparable voice that quickly gets under your skin. She kicked off the show with the track "Un beso," followed by a series of hits like "Eres tú," "No vuelvo jamás" and her seductive track "Azúcar morena." 

She stopped the show to invite a fan onstage because "she had won a special prize" but in reality, she was up there because her boyfriend was about to propose to her. After the lucky girl said "yes," Morrison serenaded them with her song "Compartir."

"I want to dedicate this song to you guys and have this be your first dance as an engaged couple."

But that wasn't the only couple that would get invited onstage by Morrison, whose album Amor Supremo and song "Vez Primera" are nominated to this year's Latin Grammys. The Tecate-born singer invited the "cutest" pair to join her. "You guys have to come up here," she told the older couple who confessed to being happily married for 37 years. She sang to them "Déjenme llorar" and congratulated them for their long-lasting love. "See guys, it is possible." 

Morrison continues her U.S. Amor Supremo Tour in Denver and will make stops in other major cities including San Francisco, Chicago and New York. More dates here.


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