Thalía brings girl power to Premio Lo Nuestro stage with Lali & Natti Natasha
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Mexican superstar Thalía brought her newest hits to the Premio Lo Nuestro stage on Feb. 21. She performed with Argentinean pop star Lali and Dominican reggaetonera Natti Natasha.

Thalía was one of the performers at last night's Premio Lo Nuestro, which is an award ceremony that recognizes today's top Latin talent. She released her newest album, Valiente (Brave), last November with the hit single "No Me Acuerdo" (I Don't Remember) with Natasha. Thalía followed that up last month with "Lindo Pero Bruto" (Pretty But Stupid) featuring Lali, whose full name is Lali Espósito.

Thalía opened her performance with "Lindo Pero Bruto" live alongside Lali. Both singers appeared in sparkling outfits and recreated the Barbie-like choreography from the playful music video. Halfway through that song, the music changed to "No Me Acuerdo" and Natasha popped up in a flashy dress as well. The two had the crowd moving to the reggaeton-influenced smash. For the finale, a dance remix of "Acuerdo" played and all three ladies emerged in the most fabulous leotards while singing the song together. The trio took the night with pure girl power.

Natasha also performed "Pa' Mala Yo" (For the Bad Me) from her new album, IlumiNATTI, and later reappeared to sing "Justicia" (Justice) with Colombian artist Silvestre Dangond. She won the awards for Urban Song of the Year for "Sin Pijama" (Without Pajamas) with Becky G, Urban Collaboration of the Year for the "Dura" (Hard) remix with Daddy Yankee, Tropical Collaboration of the Year for "Justicia" with Dangond and finally, Tropical Song of the Year for "Quién Sabe" (Who Knows).