The beloved singer Diego Verdaguer died of complications from COVID-19; with Amanda Miguel he formed one of the most solid and lasting couples in the world of entertainment


LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.- Due to complications from COVID-19, the popular and beloved Argentine singer Diego Verdaguer passed away on Thursday afternoon in this city of Los Angeles, California.

The interpreter of popular melodies such as “La Ladrona”, “You would do it”, “That way you will never love me” and “I am going to Conquer you”, among many others, died at the age of 70, after having tested positive for the coronavirus Last December, according to reports.

It was his daughter Ana Victoria who issued a statement this Friday morning, on behalf of the Verdaguer Miguel Family, in which they state:

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