DAVID BISBAL and RIHANNA IN SPANISH IDOL

David Bisbal and Rihanna, together in Operacion Triumfo (a contest similarly to American Idol)

Tuesday, July 8, David Bisbal and Rihanna have interpreted together for the first time on television, the famous hit “Hate that I Love You” which covered them with titles starting with December. The song “Hate that I love you,” was recently included in Rihanna’s CD “Good Girl Gone Bad.” The programme produced by Telecinco Gestmusic Endemol has been viewed by millions of people to see Rihanna and David Bisbal, live.

David Bisbal was invited in more special moments in the last two editions of “Operacion Triumfo.” The spanish artist has been designated to open the fifth edition of OT on October 8 in 2006, performing, live, “Quién me iba a decir” and “Silencio”, both singles of the CD Premonicion , which was launched just two days before.
In the fourth edition of Operacion Triumfo, David Bisbal, also took the opportunity to shine inits own light like he did a few years ago when he stepped on the gate of this program as one of the three finalists in the first edition. David have the opportunity and provided memorable moments performing “Como olvidar,” from Buleria CD, together with all the participants of the contest OT 2005. An issue which has raised the rating with 63% viewing by more than 5 million of people and which close the second project and concluded with the tour of concerts in Spain, United States and Latin America.

Mirela Felicia – http://groups.google.ro/group/david-bisbal-ferre
Source: adapted translation from www.davidbisbal.com

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