Actress Elena Kampouris enjoyed the hit single “Echame La Culpa” from La Calma and Stefani Montiel with sign language in a video the 24-year-old star shared to her social media to kick off the new year.
Kampouris, who starred as Chloe Sampson in the Netflix superhero series, Jupiter’s Legacy, posted the video with the caption, “Wishing a bright+joyous 2022 to evry1! What song are U dancing to into the new year?”
Montiel shared the video with a message that said, “This right here made my heart smile so big it’s bursting!!! Thank you Elena Kampouris for signing to our version of Echame La Culpa! You are truly beautiful and I thank you for sharing our music with your followers.”
“Echame La Culpa” was originally recorded by Luis Fonsi and Demi Lovato in 2017 and was an international hit for the duo. The cumbia version from La Calma and Stefani Montiel was released in 2019 and was nominated for Song of the Year and Collaboration of the Year at the 40th annual Tejano Music Awards in 2020.
This is just the latest video shared from the Shoplifters Of The World film star, who reguarly posts videos of her signing with American Sign Language to songs from Pitbull, Natti Natasha, Daddy Yankee, Thalia, and Maluma.
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