Fanny Lu Joins Fonsi at the James L. Knight Center

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Remember her? Yes, that's right--the super sexy blond cutie aka Colombian bombshell from here. Well, clearly she's just as hot now as she was last time we brought her to your attention...only somehow even hotter musically.

Fanny Lu has spent much of the last year tearing up the charts not only in the US and her native Colombia, but also in Mexico. Her first single, "Tu No Eres Para Mi" continues to dominate the top spots on radio. And her current single, "Celos," a Daniela Romo cover, has been rolling strong since it dropped earlier this summer. As if that weren't enough, she's quickly making her way to the top of my list of Colombian crushes...right after my wife and Shakira (in that order, honey...I swear!).

It's no wonder Luis Fonsi selected Fanny to open for him in NY's Nokia Theater last month, and for his upcoming concert at the James L. Knight Center on Saturday.

Fanny Lu and Luis Fonsi perform at the James L. Knight Center on Saturday, August 22. Tickets are $60 - $90.

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