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Bad Bunny & Rosalia Give Steamy Performance of 'La Noche de Anoche' on 'SNL' - Watch!

Bad Bunny and Rosalia are bringing the heat to Saturday Night Live!

Bad Bunny, 26, took to the stage as the musical guest on the sketch comedy series on Saturday (February 20).

For his first performance, Bad Bunny was joined on stage by Rosalia, 27, for a sultry performance of their duet “La Noche de Anoche.”

At the end of their performance, the two got very close to each other and it appeared as if they were going to kiss, but instead they just embraced for a hug.

For his second time on stage, Bad Bunny gave a performance of his song “Te Deseo lo Mejor.”

Find out which star will pull double duty as the host and musical guest of SNL next week!

Bad Bunny Shows Off His Buff Body Shirtless on Instagram

Bad Bunny is once again getting his followers all worked up!

The 26-year-old “Un Dia” superstar posted a shirtless selfie in a mirror to his Instagram on Thursday (January 7).

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“estoy en mi peak,” he captioned the post. (“I am at my peak.)

This isn’t the first time he’s showed off: he gave fans an eyeful in underwear last year too.

Bad Bunny is also heading to the big screen! He recently signed on to appear in the upcoming action thriller Bullet Trainfind out which A-lister he’ll be appearing with!

This isn’t Bad Bunny‘s first acting role. He recently appeared in the new season of Netflix’s Narcos: Mexico and will be part of the upcoming movie American Sole.

He also revealed the album that he listens to when he is sad, and it’s by a big pop star!

Bad Bunny is the Latest Star to Join Brad Pitt in 'Bullet Train'!

Bad Bunny is heading to the big screen!

The 26-year-old Puerto Rican rapper has signed on to appear in the upcoming action thriller Bullet Train, Entertainment Tonight reports.

The movie is based on the popular Japanese novel “Maria Beetle” and it follows “a group of assassins with conflicting motives aboard a train in Tokyo.”

Bullet Train will feature an all-star cast that includes Brad Pitt, Joey King, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Zazie Beetz, Michael Shannon, Logan Lerman, and Andrew Koji. Another star who is reportedly joining the cast is Lady Gaga, who will have a small supporting role.

This isn’t Bad Bunny‘s first acting role. He recently appeared in the new season of Netflix’s Narcos: Mexico and will be apart of the upcoming movie American Sole.

Bad Bunny Says He Turns to Lady Gaga's 'Chromatica' When He Feels Sad

Bad Bunny is a huge Lady Gaga fan.

The 26-year-old Puerto Rican “Una Vez” superstar opened up about the songs and albums that soundtrack his life in an interview with E! Online.

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During the interview, he revealed his pick for the song/album he turns to when he’s at his lowest.

“In that moment where I feel sad, it’s Chromatica [by] Lady Gaga. That album makes me feel more happy. When she dropped that album, I was in a really good moment, enjoying my life. I love that album,” he revealed.

This isn’t the only time he’s shown love for Lady Gaga‘s 2020 studio album. In fact, he was spotted wearing merch in support of the record while doing this patriotic duty!

Bad Bunny Reveals How He Feels After Coronavirus Diagnosis

Bad Bunny is opening up about his diagnosis.

The 26-year-old “Yo Perreo Sola” Superstar got candid about coronavirus during an interview with James Corden on The Late Late Show on Wednesday (December 2).

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During his appearance, he said he has tested negative for the coronavirus and is feeling better. Unfortunately, he had to cancel his performance at the American Music Awards after a positive COVID test.

“I feel great. Thank God. I tested negative and I’m so happy. I feel perfect,” he explained during the chat.

He also opened up about his Grammy nominations.

“Wow. That was crazy. I’m so happy and grateful with the Academy and the fans who support me. Singing in my language Spanish and being nominated to the Grammys is something that I feel so proud of,” he said.

“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.”

If you missed it, he also announced a surprise!

Bad Bunny Drops Surprise Album 'El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo' - Listen!

Bad Bunny is back again!

The 26-year-old “Yo Perreo Sola” superstar just dropped a surprise set of songs on Friday (November 27), called El Ultimo Tour del Mundo.

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The album includes collaborations with Rosalia, Jhay Cortez and Abra.

“I’m very happy with it because it’s completely different from YHLQMDLG. This is a more sentimental album, more chill, the kind of thing you can listen to in your room. I laugh because people told me I kept on releasing ‘Perreo’ at a time when people couldn’t go out and party, and I said, ‘OK. Now you can’t complain.’ This is an album for you to stay at home, chill, having a beer, a glass of wine, paying attention to the lyrics. It’s a bit more rock ‘n’ roll, a lot of guitars — there’s one song that only has guitar — it’s more musical, has more fusions, and also reggaetón and rap,” he explained to Billboard.

Bad Bunny was forced to skip the 2020 American Music Awards earlier this month, and this is why.

Bad Bunny Misses American Music Awards 2020 After Coronavirus Diagnosis

Bad Bunny was forced to skip the 2020 American Music Awards on Sunday night (November 22) and now, it has been revealed that he was diagnosed with the Coronavirus.

The 26-year-old entertainer was supposed to perform at the show, and as the night went on, fans began to wonder when his performance would air. Eventually, it became evident that he would not be performing, confusing fans who were waiting all night.

Bad Bunny was originally set to perform his #1 global hit “Dákiti” with Jhay Cortez live for the first time at the AMAs,” Acoustyle Communication, the company that represents Bad Bunny, said in a statement (via E! News). They continued, “but unfortunately, the artist tested positive for COVID-19, which forced him to cancel the presentation.”

While he was not able to make it in person, Bad Bunny did have success at the show!