Thalia in 2011 (1) – Performances

Hellooooo everyone! Happy 2012! Hope you’ve had a great time these holidays and that you’re now full of energy and ready for whatever 2012 has in store for us!🙂

Back in December, 2010, I started  a series of posts, called… yeah, you guessed! Thalia in 2010, a look back at her Performances, Interviews and Events throughout the year. I remember that back then, I used other sites as source and references for my posts, because I started writing on this blog only that same month, but now, since I personally watched and kept track of all these things here, I can use my own blog for these posts, so feel free to click on the hyperlinks for more info about a certain topic.

There’s not so much to say about Thalia’s on stage performances in 2011, as their number is very small… But we also have a couple of new songs/videos she released last year, in February, the video of her duet with Elvis Presley, Love me tender (even though her only appearance there is through a photo on a smartphone) and in October, her duet with Michael Buble, Mis deseos/Feliz Navidad, featured on his Christmas album.

Now we can jump all the way to December, for Thalia’s performance at the Mexican Teleton, which included Equivocada and Enséñame a vivir… and Michael Buble’s Christmas special, where they performed Feliz Navidad.

2012 seems to be the year of Thalia’s new album release, so I’m looking forward to hearing new songs and watching her in brand new performances!

Well, that was all. Coming next, Interviews, in this post we’ll have a lot more to talk about than we did here.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Matias
    Jan 07, 2012 @ 03:57:11

    Mi preferida de las performances es Feliz Navidad con Michael Bublé, a Thalía se la vió muy fresca, cantando en vivo, y dejando bien en alto a los latinos. Se lució y demostro al mundo porque es una de las artistas latinas mas queridas.

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