Bad Bunny Reveals How He's Doing Since COVID-19 Diagnosis
By Hayden Brooks
December 4, 2020
Bad Bunny is in much better spirits since testing positive for COVID-19.
On Wednesday (December 2), the chart-topper, 26, who recently dropped a surprise album called El Último Tour del Mundo, appeared on The Late Late Show to chat with James Corden from Puerto Rico. "I feel great. Thank God. I tested negative and I’m so happy. I feel perfect," he told the late night host of his health.
As we reported, the superstar had to cancel his first-ever performance of his smash, "Dakiti," at the 2020 American Music Awards performance at the last minute after he learned of his diagnosis. However, he was able present the honor of Favorite Female Artist in the Latin category, which was given to Becky G.
Elsewhere in the remote interview, Bad Bunny opened up about his batch of Grammy nominations, which includes honors in the Pop Duo/Group Performance and Latin Pop Album categories. "Wow. That was crazy. I’m so happy and grateful with the Academy and the fans who support me," he gushed to Corden. "Singing in my language Spanish and being nominated to the Grammys is something that I feel so proud of. Five years ago, I was so excited when I got my first 5,000 plays and now I’m the No. 1 artist around the world. That’s so crazy. I’m just grateful. It’s a dream come true and I’m doing what I love. It’s so great for me."
To make up for his AMA cancelation, the star performed "Te Deseo Lo Mejor" from El Último Tour del Mundo during his Late Late Show appearance. Scroll on below to watch his interview and performance!
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