Karol G is a superwoman. There’s no other way to describe it. As she breaks records with her current Mañana Será Bonito tour, she is also changing the lives of future generations.
I think that by now we can all agree that Karol G has proven herself to be a shining star of a different kind. Known for her chart-topping hits and empowering anthems, she recently embarked on a mission that was out of this world – quite literally.
Karol G’s foundation, Con Cora Foundation, took 35 young Colombian girls on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to explore the NASA Kennedy Space Center in Houston, Texas, all while she was on her Mañana Será Bonito tour. This cosmic adventure not only ignited the imaginations of these girls but also broke down barriers and opened new horizons for them.
Reaching for the Stars Never Felt So Good
As reported by El Colombiano, this trip took these girls on a journey that transcended the ordinary. Con Cora was able to give this opportunity to the girls as part of the “She is astronauta” program, which is an educational program that focuses on STEM fields.
They visited NASA Kennedy Space Center, where they were immersed in the world of space exploration. They had the opportunity to witness space shuttles, walk through astronaut training facilities, and even meet with NASA experts who shared their passion for the cosmos.
But the adventure didn’t stop there. Karol G, also known as ” La Bichota,” showed up to the NASA Kennedy Space center. As you can imagine, the girls were thrilled to spend some time with the Colombian singer. That’s not all though. Karol G also treated the girls to her concert in Houston.
The impact of this cosmic adventure extends beyond the immediate experiences of the girls involved. It sends a powerful message to young girls everywhere that they can aspire to greatness, that they can reach for the stars, and that there are no limits to what they can achieve.
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