This video of Andrea Bocelli performing a rare duet with Christina Aguilera won the hearts of many people.
In 2006, Bocelli, 60, and Aguilera, 37, teamed up for a tear-jerking performance at Sanremo Music Festival in Tuscany, Italy.
The classic song “Somos Novios” which translates to “It’s Impossible” in English has been covered by numerous singers including Elvis Presley and Perry Como.
However, the Italian singer's rendition is a remarkable version that will give you chills.
Follow us on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, to learn more and scroll down to watch their performance in the video below.
Bocelli recorded the tune with Aguilera, who appeared on the TV series "Star Search" and "The Mickey Mouse Club" in her early years.
The superstars sang it wonderfully live on stage in Italy. Their contrasting yet melodious voices merged flawlessly with each other.
This version of the song even made it to the legendary musician’s album called “Amore.”
Bocelli, who grew up partly blind but lost all his sight upon getting struck in the eye at a football game, also collaborated with his 20-year-old son Matteo Bocelli for a heart-wrenching performance.
On September 22, 2018, the two released a music video for their first shared single called "Fall On Me" from the new album "Si."
Source: YouTube/Andrea Bocelli
"Anyone who is a parent, anyone who knows the precious responsibility of being a mother or a father, will fully grasp the meaning of this piece. ‘Fall On Me’ is the first time I have duetted with my son Matteo Bocelli," Bocelli wrote on his YouTube channel.
The video is simple but incredibly moving. It shows photos of the dad and child duo with various photographs exhibiting Matteo when he was just a child. Fans have admitted to being moved to tears by the clip and the song.
Their single “Fall On Me” will be used as the soundtrack to the end credits of an upcoming Disney motion picture called “The Nutcracker and The Four Realms.”
Recently, Bocelli performed at Princess Eugenie's wedding day. The latter tied the knot with wine merchant Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in the United Kingdom.