Grammy-winning singer Juanes made “The Late Show” history this week.
The Colombian superstar performed “Es Tarde,” from his award-winning visual album “Mis Planes Son Amarte,” on Monday. It was the first all-Spanish-language performance in “The Late Show” history.
After the show, Juanes thanked host Stephen Colbert and the show for the opportunity to deliver the groundbreaking performance.
The 45-year-old star is no stranger to major Spanish-language performances on national television. In 2015, Juanes became the first artist in a decade to perform a song entirely in Spanish on the Grammy stage. The singer performed his single “Juntos,” which was written for the Disney film “McFarland, USA.”
“Mis Planes Son Amarte” recently received a Grammy nomination for Best Latin Pop Album after winning two Latin Grammys last month.