The delightful Colombian artist is honored with this prestigious accolade at the glamorous Women in Latin Music Awards, hosted by Billboard, held in sunny Miami.
Shakira, amidst a challenging time in her personal life, is relishing a delightful phase in her professional career. Recently, the talented Colombian singer was bestowed with the prestigious Woman of the Year accolade at Billboard’s esteemed Women in Latin Music Awards. The event took place at the Watsco Center in Miami, a city where Shakira is presently residing along with her beloved children.
Gerard Pique’s former companion was honored by Maluma, creating a buzz with her remarkable speech.
“In every woman’s journey, there comes a pivotal moment where she realizes that her happiness and self-acceptance don’t rely on someone else,” she eloquently expressed.
“The pursuit of another person is substituted by the pursuit of self-discovery, as the longing for flawlessness transforms into a yearning for genuineness.”
Shakira, amid her glorious performance at the Watsco Center, has gracefully revived the embodiment of a resilient and self-assured woman. A wave of applause erupted as she shared her revelation, emphasizing the tremendous inner strength possessed by women. This year has undoubtedly fostered a newfound appreciation for the indomitable power residing within each and every one of them.
“We possess a greater dose of courage than we actually acknowledge. Furthermore, I firmly believe that our sense of self-reliance surpasses the societal standards imposed upon us.
Who among us, as women, has not encountered the instance where we sought external recognition, affection, or validation at the cost of neglecting our own needs? Personally, I am no exception to this revelation.”