Amaia Montero reappears and sings at Manolo García's concert

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For some time now Amaia Montero, former vocalist of La Oreja de Van Gogh, has been in the sights of many after he had a metal health crisis and it was rumored that a few months ago She was hospitalized for surgery.

And although Amaia Montero has kept away from social networks, She was recently seen in public after almost a year. The famous woman attended the concert of the singer Manolo García, who is one of her great friends.

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Amaia Montero surprises at Manolo García concert

This November 12 Amaia Montero surprised more than one after reappearing publicly at the concert of Manolo García, a Spanish singer who performed at the Kuursal in San Sebastián.

In a video published on social networks, you can see the moment in which Manolo Garcia comes down from the stage to begin walking among the audience and some lucky people had the opportunity to touch his hand and see him a few centimeters away.

However, many of the pThe residents seemed confused, since they did not know where the singer was going. until he reaches a row, in which Amaia Montero was.

When Manolo was in front of her, he handed her the microphone. so that he could sing with him the song “Pájaros de clay”. The people who were at the concert did not hesitate to scream and get excited when they realized that Amaia Montero was the one who was singing.

The friendship of Amaia Montero and Manolo García

It is a secret for almost no one that Manolo García and Amaia Montero have a great friendship. It should be noted that five years ago the singer published a letter dedicated to the famous woman, which was titled “To Amaia Montero and the perfect people of the world” where he defended the famous woman from criticism.

After this, Amaia Montero also published a message dedicated to Manolo García.

“I respect you, I admire you, but above all I love you... Yesterday when we hung up you made me cry (but for the first time in these hard days)… with happiness!!! Thank you for being a friend in capital letters.”


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