Alejandra Guzmán falls on stage and leaves the concert in an ambulance

Mexican singer Alejandra Guzmán collapsed this Tuesday during the Hispanic Heritage in America Gala at the Kennedy Center in Washington, so the event was canceled and she was taken out by ambulance.

Guzmán was performing the song “Mala Hirpa” when she lost her balance, fell backwards and was sprawled on the stage.

Immediately, several participants rushed to the spot to help her, and after a few minutes, the artist announced the end of the event without even getting to her feet. A few minutes later, the ambulance with the singer left the Kennedy Center.

The Mexican, who was called the best star of the night, was only able to perform the entire song “Look at it, look at it”. He was singing his second song of the night when he fell.

Before the event, during the red carpet, the rock and roll singer explained that after several years of music career, he is “dreaming again” and has decided to resume singing classes to give his followers the best.

“I’m dreaming again, I’m achieving my dreams, I’m moving forward in my life,” said daughter of actress Silvia Pinal. The singer of “Eternal Beauty” and “Making Love With Another” said she was “so happy” to be able to sing “in such a nice and beautiful place”.

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