Omar Vega/Special Contributor for Al Dia

This story originally appeared on Al Día.

With their concert in Irving, Alejandra Guzmán and Gloria Trevi masterfully closed the last leg of their Versus Texas tour.

At the show, held at Toyota Music Factory, ecstatic fans met to sing along and dance with the duo of Mexican divas for the second time in the Metroplex.

The first show was their tour's first stop, on June 2017 at Verizon Theatre.

The singers started the night with "Más Buena", which they sing in a duet, at 8:30 p.m. They followed with iconic themes of their careers like "Hey Güera" and "La Papa sin Catsup."

Fashion divas

Alejandra Guzmán and Gloria Trevi's Versus tour has set itself apart as a cheerful musical celebration where glitter and sequins are an intrinsic part of the show.

Both singers changed attires several times during the concert. Each of them has her own style, flaunting provocative, see-through outfits, as well as wardrobes with accessories from their height, the '90s.

This time, their starting garb was overly colorful, contrasting with the black that dominated their June stop.

Holding their hands, the singers thanked their fans for making it possible to unite two "rivals" of the Mexican music scene for a U.S.-Mexico tour together.

"Union makes you strong", Allejandra said.

"This is our last time together in Texas", Gloria said, as she embraced the Queen of Hearts, who interrupted her saying: "Never say never."

After finishing their tour, Alejandra and Gloria are planning to go back to the studio to record as solo artists.

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