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Shakira Stops Traffic Again in Barcelona (VIDEO)

BARCELONA – Singer Shakira released on YouTube a brief video in which she appears dancing to the rhythm of electronic music beside her automobile, which is blocking traffic in the middle of a street in this Spanish metropolis.

The 15-second video, which was posted March 1, is entitled “Shakira in Barcelona: “I’m crazy about Skrillex!,” and in it the Colombian songstress can be seen moving her arms and hands to the rhythm of the music.

While Shakira dances, a taxi drives up to the singer’s car stopped in the street and must work its way around it to continue on its way.

The municipal government fined Shakira after in August 2010 she released a promotional videoclip for one of her albums in which she can be seen driving around Barcelona on a motorscooter without wearing the required helmet and bathing in a public fountain.

The city has become Shakira’s residence and regular location for shooting videos, since her boyfriend – Gerard Pique – plays for the FC Barcelona soccer club. EFE

 

 

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