WATCH: These Three Mexicanas Performed "La Llorona" Live At The Grammys
Three powerhouse Mexican voices rang out across the Staples Center at the 61st Grammys Opening Ceremony
Ranchera royals Ángela Aguilar and Aida Cuevas were joined on stage by the lyric soprano of pop-rock, Natalia Lafourcade, to sing a powerful rendition of the famous "La Llorona."
Fifteen-year-old Ángela Aguilar was the night's youngest nominee, nominated for her album Primero Soy Mexicana. Wearing a quince-style ballgown embroidered with traditional tehuana flower designs, she sang alongside Latin-Grammy award winners Aida Cuevas, in traditional charro, and Natalia Lafourcade, in a simple white gown with Spanish lace.
Their voices and styles may be different, but, together, they were thrilling, representing the beauty and diversity of Mexico.
Mujeres divinas. ¡Viva México!