Christian Nodal 23 years old again, is the center of attention of social networks, this after appearing at the Premios Tu Música Urbano ceremony, where he received an award, but what caught the attention is that in effect he changed again look because now her hair is green.

And it is that well, if the last time we saw Christian Nodal was with yellow hair, now we see him with a green tone just like his wardrobe, because he arrived at the event very coordinated with this look that left everyone shocked, but that is not all his attitude was much calmer.

It was on Isla del Encanto, in Puerto Rico, where the event took place and the singer of the Mexican regional, since his arrival, arrived with his security team in a calm manner with his lemon-lime hair, as well as a jacket without sleeves of the same tone, while the pants and shirt were black to give it contrast.

As if that were not enough, he received the Top Urban Mexican Regional Artist award, where he thanked the public who continue to consume his music and who also support his music being mixed with other musical genres, making it clear that everything is universal and there are no labels, well, times are different.

“Arriba México, congratulations to all the colleagues of the genre who dared to see a little more there than that music had for us, the line, congratulations to all those who took it more pa’ya, congratulations to all those artists who gave to be able to make this beautiful fusion of the regional with everything you do,” said Christian Nodal when he received his award.

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“So beautiful and elegant that he looked before, now he looks like a dirty old man”, “So beautifully masculine that he looked before”, “Boy, it’s good that you are removing the tattoos from your face, you look better”, “So sad that his whole body is painted so much. He was such a cute boy, “write social networks when seeing his new image at the ceremony.

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J. A. Allen

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