Watch A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera stunning “Say Something” Performance at AMAs

¡Qué noche, amigos y amigas! Get ready because what I'm about to tell you will make your corazón skip a beat. Just a few weeks ago, the pop-rock duo and the stunning Christina Aguilera dazzled us all with their hauntingly beautiful single “” on “The Voice.” And guess what? They did it again, this time at the 2013 American , directo from the Nokia Theatre in L.A., on that unforgettable night of .

Imagine this: there she was, Christina Aguilera, our diva, rocking a chic black dress with her hair elegantly braided, bringing a touch of grace to the stage. Mid-performance, she delivered an verse that just pulled at our heartstrings, while the stage remained elegantly simple, a stark contrast to some of the night's more extravagant acts. Mientras tanto, A Great Big World's own Chad Vaccarino took over the keyboard, and , seated at the grand piano, pounded the keys with such passion that you could feel every emotion in each note.

And hold on, mi gente, because there's more on the horizon. A Great Big World is to release their debut album, “Is There Anybody Out There?” on Epic Records this coming January. According to Billboard, Ian Axel spilled that the album is a rollercoaster of , while Chad Vaccarino described it as “really honest, heartfelt that's piano-driven with a lot of harmonies.”

So, stay tuned, porque this trio is just getting started, and something tells me they're going to keep surprising us. ¡No se lo pierdan!

Zay Zay

¿Qué pasa y como estamos mi gente? I'm Zay Zay, the heart and soul behind, and your host for "When Zay Zay Met...," a space where pop culture and Latinidad intersect through vibrant conversations with some of the most inspiring figures in the entertainment industry. With a rich background spanning voiceover work, on-air talent, and a deep love for all things entertainment, I've dedicated my career to bringing joy, laughter, and thoughtful reflection to our diverse audience. Let's celebrate our culture, dive into engaging discussions, and, most importantly, connect through the stories that move us.

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