The 42-year-old singer was moved and excited after she was notified ‘Habítame siempre’ won the award for Pop Album of the Year on the Univision award show
Thalía was absent from Premio Lo Nuestro 2014 last night, but she still managed to snag an award in the Pop Album of the Year for ‘Habítame siempre’. The 42-year-old actress shared an emotional video with her fans of Facebook soon after she was given noticed she took the accolade. ‘I don’t know if it’s true or not true about winning Best Pop Album of the Year at Premios Lo Nuestro’. Mrs. Mottola gushed. ‘If it’s true I am very excited and I don’t know what to say. I am very moved and very thankful for the opportunity that I’ve been given to continue expressing myself through music, to continue giving out so much love, stories to tell and to share them with you.’
The category in which the ‘María la del Barrio’ actress won the award for was not televised, but the announcement was made shortly after the main ceremony was over. Thalía dedicated her award to her fans which made it a hit in sales. ‘Thank you, thank you, thank you for all your unconditional support and love!!!’, the pop star wrote on her page. ‘This Premio Lo Nuestro for the Pop Album of the Year is dedicated to you, my adorable Thalyfans!!!’
‘Habítame siempre’ was a commercial success that included renditions of popular Latin songs like ‘Bésame mucho’, ‘Con los años que me quedan’ and ‘Bésame’. The album also featured collaborations with Prince Royce, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Samo, Jesús Navarro, Michael Bublé and Robbie Williams.