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Ozuna teases possible reunion with Selena Gomez at Latin GRAMMY Awards

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Singer Ozuna in an exclusive interview 2019 Latin GRAMMY Awards, talked about a possible collaboration with Selena Gomez.

The singer teased that they might have something up their sleeve during the event in Las Vegas on Thursday.

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"You can expect many things," Ozuna replied with a smile when asked if he would be featured on Gomez's upcoming album. "I don’t want to say but you can expect many things," he added.

The two have previously worked together for DJ Snake's "Taki Taki" which also featured rapper Cardi B.

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On his collaboration with Selena Gomez, Ozuna said it's incredible. "She is someone that you would never expect to work with. She's is such a big star and very respectable person and an excellent human being."

Ozuna represented his genre which is nominated for a Latin GRAMMY Award in the Best Urban Song category for "Baila Baila Baila." The singer took to the stage last night and said his performance will show the evolution of reggaeton.

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"Reggaeton, tonight and every night, is very special because it keeps evolving, it's unifying, we keep collaborating. We make sure that it continues to grow. It continues to evolve with its rhythm, between the producer and artists," he said. "This night you will see the evolution of reggaeton mixed with what is general music."

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