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Ricky Martin hit the stage with the Blue Man Group to kick off the Latin GRAMMYs, giving an electrifying performance and even ditching the mic for a moment to show off his drum skills.
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Eugenio Derbez and Lucero were jokesters as they hosted the Las Vegas event, keeping the audience laughing with appropriate, and some not-so-appropriate jokes.
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Reggaeton star Daddy Yankee got the crowd out of their seats when he – along with some flashy Vegas gals – performed "Ella me levantó."
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The never-quiet Ivy Queen made quite a stir when she came on stage in a geisha costume to sing "Que lloren."
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TOUCH OF GOLD
René Pérez, member of reggaeton duo Calle 13, does his thing on stage while performing with Afro-Cuban group Orishas (not pictured).
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With her sweet voice, Spanish singer Shaila Dúrcal moved the audience when she sang "Amor eterno," a tribute to her deceased mother, Rocío Dúrcal.
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VOICES FROM ABOVE!
Italian singers Andrea Bocelli and Laura Pausini graced the crowd with a fusion of both their angelic voices.
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Juan Luis Guerra closed the show with a performance of "La travesía." The Dominican singer scored five awards at the show, which makes him the big winner of the night. Congrats!
¡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