As the big star she is, the actress of Mexican descent glittered in a Blumarine mini-dress.
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Without a doubt the Cuban actor was the night's sensation dressed from head to toe in Giorgio Armani.
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The former RBD singer looked great in this purple dress by a Mexican dressmaker, and without revealing his name the actress said that feeling comfortable was more important than brand.
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The Puerto Rican anchor of Escándalo TV (Telefutura) chose this Maxazria design and Gachassin-Lafite jewelry.
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The Colombian actress dazzled in a creation by Italian designer Roberto Cavalli and jewelry by Daniel Swarovski.
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The star of El rostro de Analía (Analía's Face) (Telemundo) was much in fashion with this gladiator-style sandals and a Webster black dress.
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CHRISTOPHER VON UCKERMANN
The former RBD member went with a futuristic suit by Custo Barcelona.
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GÉNESIS RODRÍGUEZ Y CHRISTIAN MEIER
The actress looked fresh in this orange mini-dress from the Matthew Williamson collection. Her boyfriend, the Peruvian actor, said he was dressed in a dead neighbor's clothes. True or not, he looked handsome in black.
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The Puerto Rican actress, one of our Most Beautiful, in a dress designed by her fellow countryman, Jaris Robles.
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The Puerto Rican anchor arrived in the company of designer Gustavo Cadile, the creator of this dress in blue and green tones.
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The Cuban anchor was at her best with her Christian Loboutin shoes and a pearl-color dress by Jasmine Di Milo.
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ANA MARÍA CANSECO
The Mexican anchor wore a black-and-silver lace dress by the Argentinean designer Gustavo Cadile.
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With her awesome body, Miss Universo looked spectacular in a model by Dominican designer Anel Verna.
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The Dominican again trusted her favorite designer, compatriot Lucía Rodríguez, who also created her wedding dress.
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The winner of the previous edition of Nuestra Belleza Latina (Our Latin beauty) (Univisión) modeled this short dress in purple, her favorite color.
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GREYDIS GIL Y MÓNICA DE LEON
The contestants for Nuestra belleza latina (Our Latin beauty) (Univisión) –whose final is Sunday– were a true representation of beauty at the golden carpet and they even revealed that they were their own makeup specialists and stylists.
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The Puerto Rican anchor drew media attention posing in a vintage dress by Michelle Nazar.
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The Mexican singer arrived in a black suit from his closet adding a fresh presence on our golden carpet.
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The Mexican anchor was impeccable in a gray suit by Alex Ladino and, of course, was accompanied by his future wife, Juliana Vélez, who was dressed by BCBG.
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JOSÉ GUILLERMO CORTINES
The Dominican star of El rostro de Analía looked dapper in a black jacket with a velvet lapel.
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CYNTHIA OLAVARRÍA Y RODNER FIGUEROA
Under the advice of Univision's fashionista, the Puerto Rican actress and model looked fabulous in this long dress by Venezuelan designer Ángel Sánchez. Figueroa was an appropriate match in a Dolce & Gabbana suit.
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SAMMY Y SONIA SOSSA
The Dominican baseball star arrived in Giorgio Armani and his wife in an asymmetric dress by Nicolás Felizola.
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The anchor of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC) gave his black suit an orange touch.
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The Cuban singer chose one of her favorite designers, the French Catherine Malandrino.
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The Spanish dancer played it safe in a Christian Dior jacket.
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The CNN journalist looked classic in this black dress adorned with a jacket and a crystal brooch.
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The wife of Yankees star Jorge Posada impressed everyone in an Anel Verna design.
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The Venezuelan singer followed the advice of her image consultant, Irma Martínez, who chose this dress in crystal.
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LILI ESTEFAN Y ARMANDO CORREA
The ever-cool Flaca posed on the golden carpet with PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL's editor-in-chief.
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LUCÍA BALLAS-TRAYNOR, EVA LONGORIA Y ARMANDO CORREA
Of course, our honor guest had her picture taken with PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL's publisher and its editor-in-chief, respectively.