More than two decades have passed since Luis Miguel met Frank Sinatra and had the opportunity to sing with him, and as he prepares to return to the stage, he shares a priceless memory the American gave him.
Through her Twitter account, the singer, who was called a “cockroach” by Arcely Armbula in a special program for women, shared a letter that the interpreter of “Fly Me to the Moon” had written to her in 1996 in which she wrote a song for the music. His talent was appreciated. and encourages him to continue with his artistic career.
“It’s nice to hear young singers talking about ‘the new Frank Sinatra’ over the years, but it was even better when I heard it from a young man in Mexico who was beyond compare. When I met you in Mexico And heard your voice, I understand that you are truly original,” the letter says.
Finally, Frank congratulates Luis Miguel for winning his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and predicts that, with this important recognition, many more will come his way and he will achieve new successes.
About the series of Luis Miguel, Carlos Ponce thinks…
Carlos Ponce assures that sharing his life with Luis Miguel through “Luis Miguel: The Series” (Netflix) has been beneficial for the Mexican singer, as it shows another side to the public.
“I think that in some way, whether you like it or not, it humanizes him. All his life he (Luis Miguel) kept the personal part of his life with a shell, with a wall Or maintained and now he’s telling it one way or the other, whether they criticize him or not, whether he’s doing well or not, I think it benefits him.”
The Puerto Rican actor has joined the cast of the third season that will soon premiere on digital platforms, and clarifies whether he can play “Sun” in his most mature phase.
The actor and singer said, “Trying to replace Diego (Bonetta) as ‘Luis Miguel’ would be suicide in my career.”