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Shakira Will Close The World Cup

La La La

La La La

Shakira is one of the most beautiful women on Earth. Smart and talented and able to bridge sexuality with power while never coming across as trashy.

The Latin artist will be the last hurrah of the World Cup Soccer Tournament in Brazil on July 13th.  The disappointments have been huge this year with both England and America bombing out too early.  Shit happens, life goes on but for a few weeks seemed that this was the number one topic at the water cooler.

This wont be Shakiras first time performing its actually the third. The last time was with her tune “Waka Waka”, this year “La La La”.. seems song titles are not that important, ay?

“I’m thrilled to be performing my song ‘La la la (Brazil 2014)’ at the 2014 FIFA World Cup’ Closing Ceremony,” said Shakira. “I have an intricate relationship with football for obvious reasons, and I truly understand what the FIFA World Cup’ means to so many people, myself included – it has this innate ability to awaken a passion in us and bring together people of all races, ages and socioeconomic backgrounds. For me the World Cup carries such a tremendous personal connection as well. This will be my third consecutive FIFA World Cup’ performance, and the 2010 FIFA World Cup’ changed my life forever — it’s where I began the love story of my life, and now have my son Milan as a result. For all of those reasons I just feel so grateful for the opportunity to come back to perform at the Closing Ceremony of this year’s FIFA World Cup’ in Brazil, it feels right. The fans have shown the most incredible support for this song and I can’t wait to perform it for them.”

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