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LIFE OF THE PARTY
Pitbull, the self-proclaimed “Mr. Worldwide" started the night off right by inviting the audience to raise their hands high to the beat of his new song, "Sube las manos pa' arriba.”
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Salsa music star Marc Anthony received the Premio a la Trayectoria (Lifetime Achievement) at the hands of good friends Emilio Estefan and Leila Cobo (rear), humbly thanking the fans and his children above all.
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MASTER OF THE STRINGS
Juanes, who recently released an album for the MTV Unplugged series, demonstrated his talents for moving the crowd with a pair of his classic songs ("La señal" and "Me enamora") and a medley of instruments.
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Samo, singer of the band Camila, may have had good intentions when he performed "Amor prohibido" in honor of the late Selena, but definitely appeared lost when he encountered problems like forgetting some of the lyrics.
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Larry Hernández kept the momentum of the celebration going with a dance number of his own during his performance.
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Paulina Rubio became the talk across all social networks as she teased the audience with her curves during a performance for her new English language single, "Boys Will Be Boys.”
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CONQUERING THE NIGHT
Don Omar not only displayed his knack for spectacular dance numbers and a collaboration with rapper Akon, but also for his key to success as the Puerto Rican native took home eight awards in total, and among them Song of the Year for "Taboo."
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FROM THE HEART
While many of the night’s performers were a hit with the audience, mexican singer Jenni Rivera truly proved her vocal abilities with the theme "Como tu mujer," complete with a grand orchestra behind her every word.
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Bachata sensation Prince Royce, who will be performing this year at Festival 2012 for PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL, had only just stepped foot on stage when the ladies began to shriek from the excitement. Royce brought home a record-breaking eight statues, including one for Artist of the Year and Composer of the Year.
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Aylín Mujica, the villain of Corazón valiente (Telemundo), had a stunning collection of wardrobe changes as the host of the night, including this sleek silver number.
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Daniel Sarcos also took the reigns as host this year, alongside Aylín Mujica, bringing the awards show spectacular to audiences around the world on the Telemundo network from Miami.
¡Cómo han crecido los hijos de Bibi Gaytán y Eduardo Capetillo!
Luis Miguel a sus 47 ¡mira cómo ha cambiado!
Actores que nos gustaría ver en el papel de Jesús
Hacemos un repaso a la breve e intensa historia de amor de Marc Anthony y Shannon de Lima
Estos famosos, como JLo, han sido víctimas de acosadores