Fernando, Mexico, Mvp. discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

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Was bound to <SpeakerChange> run out sooner <Speech_Male> or later. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I? I <Speech_Male> love it actually I would love <Speech_Male> to be right now in <Speech_Male> Mexico, drinking some <Speech_Male> ice, cold beer <Speech_Male> and dance into <Speech_Male> that in any <Speech_Male> basically anywhere <Speech_Male> over there. <Speech_Male> I have <Speech_Male> a nice story to tell <Speech_Male> you about remix <Speech_Male> go. <Speech_Male> He actually <Speech_Male> came out as <Speech_Male> gay. In <Speech_Male> recent days <Speech_Male> He went social <Speech_Male> media, but he was <Speech_Male> quite compelling <Speech_Male> because he was saying. <Speech_Male> Lot of people in the music <Speech_Male> industry told me <Speech_Male> not to do this even <Speech_Male> in thousand twenty, <Speech_Male> but you know <Speech_Male> he decided to do it <Speech_Male> anyway, and he's one of the <Speech_Male> biggest artists. <Speech_Male> The moment are <Speech_Male> especially popular <Speech_Male> with Young Mexicans, <Speech_Male> so I thought <Speech_Male> that was a <SpeakerChange> sweetheart <Speech_Male> as well. It <Speech_Male> was a now I feel <Speech_Male> bad for disliking <Speech_Male> his songs. <Speech_Male> So. Thank you for that <Speech_Male> and I just feel <Speech_Male> terrible. Now is number. <Speech_Male> One is <Speech_Male> number one going to <Speech_Male> cheer me up <Silence> and make <SpeakerChange> everything better. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Number one surprise <Speech_Male> me because I <Speech_Male> mean this singer <Speech_Male> incredibly <Speech_Male> famous all over <Speech_Male> Latin America would <Speech_Male> say, but he usually <Speech_Male> does more UPTEMPO <Speech_Male> songs, but this <Speech_Male> is a very <Speech_Male> kind of beautiful <Speech_Male> ballads. Let's <Speech_Male> hear it. It's my Luma <Speech_Male> with ad <Speech_Male> MVP. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> Our. <Music> <Music> Most first <Speech_Music_Male> and less <Music> bear last. <Music> A main. <Music> <Music> <Music> Share, <Music> Hill <Music> <Advertisement> <hes> John No. <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> One lonely. <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Passage. <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> Don't. <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> Talk. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> If we played <Speech_Male> that longer, Fernando <Speech_Male> was anybody <Speech_Female> GonNa Shout two, three, <Speech_Female> four, and bringing <Speech_Male> the trombones <SpeakerChange> and accordions <Speech_Male> or not. <Speech_Male> And no accordions <Speech_Male> and have one. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> by the way I'm <Speech_Male> so bad this acronyms <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Adm MVP <Speech_Male> just means <Speech_Male> more than movie. <Speech_Male> The love of my <Speech_Male> life it's a <Speech_Male> song about growing old <Speech_Male> with the <Speech_Male> love of your life. Basically <Speech_Male> ferry <Speech_Male> surprising from <Speech_Male> a Luma because he's usually <Speech_Male> kind of this more <Speech_Male> upbeat guy. <Speech_Male> Doing <Speech_Male> some sexy dances <Speech_Male> in a club at <Speech_Male> this time, no <SpeakerChange> accidents <Speech_Male> never <Speech_Male> mind, but that is <Speech_Male> nevertheless number <Speech_Male> one in Mexico <Speech_Male> whose top five <Speech_Male> was actually <Speech_Male> not at all bad, <Speech_Male> so well <Speech_Male> done Mexico <Speech_Male> and well done <SpeakerChange> for <Silence> Augusta Pacheco second. <Speech_Female> A remnants <Speech_Female> of harmony <Speech_Female> there between Fernando. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And Andrew <Speech_Female> in the global <Speech_Female> countdown <Speech_Female> cherish that moment <Speech_Female> I can't see it happening <Speech_Female> anytime soon <Speech_Female> again. That's <Speech_Female> all we have time for today's <Speech_Female> edition of the briefing. <Speech_Female> However, thanks to <Speech_Female> our producers. Reese <Speech_Female> James Hitting Gopher <Speech_Female> Marcus hippy <Speech_Female> and the Research Charlie <Speech_Female> Film and <Speech_Female> Studio Manager Nor <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Hoyle monocle <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Senior Edison's. We'll be <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> back to go through the day's <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> top stories from <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> twenty one hundred <Speech_Female> London time <Speech_Female> in the late edition. <Speech_Female> Stick around for that <Speech_Female> and the briefing returns <Speech_Female> at the same <Speech_Music_Female> time tomorrow here <Speech_Female> on monocle twenty full, <Speech_Female> but for now for <Speech_Female> me Emma. Nelson Goodbye <Speech_Music_Female> thank <SpeakerChange> you very much <Speech_Music_Female> for listening.

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