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PUT YOUR HANDS UP!
Pitbull got everybody dancing to the rhythm of his song "Sube las manos pa' arriba".
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TIME TO DANCE
Dominincan legend Juan Luis Guerra was the opening act of Premio Lo Nuestro on Thursday night. He definitaley did not let us down, performing a potpourri of some of his greatest hits: "La bilirrubina", "Las avispas" and "En el cielo no hay hospital".
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It was simply magical when Puerto Rican singers Ricky Martin and Robi Draco Rosa got on stage to perform their duet "Más y más".
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Mexican singer Thalía ( who is Tommy Mottola's wife) and Dominican bachata singer Prince Royce gave us a dose of sexiness while performing their duet "Te perdiste mi amor".
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Mexican singers Ninel Conde and Pedro Fernández had a great time hosting the 25th Annual Premio Lo Nuestro, which took place on Thursday night at the America Airlines Arena in Miami.
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TAKE US WITH YOU
Dominican bachata crooner Romeo Santos made us sigh with his performance of "Llévame contigo" (Take Me with You).
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Venezuelan duo Chino y Nacho gave an electrifying performance.
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THIS GIRL IS ON FIRE
Puerto Rican singer Olga Tañón gave a vivid performance of her song "Todo lo que sube".
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Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz was honored with the Artistic Excellence Award. Ricky Martin had the pleasure to present him with this award.
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Dominican bachata singer Prince Royce was the big winner of the night, taking home six awards. Congrats, Royce!
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Deceased singer Jenni Rivera won five awards last night and her daughters Chiquis and Jacqui were there to pick them up. They thanked Jenni's fans for their support and the love they have shown the family after the tragic death of the banda singer.
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IN MEMORY OF JENNI
Mexican singer María José sang Jenni Rivera's "Él" during this heartfelt tribute.
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SINGING FOR JENNI
Premio Lo Nuestro paid tribute to the memory of Jenni Rivera. Mexican singer Diana Reyes sang one of Jenni's hits.
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I WILL MISS YOU
Jenni Rivera's brother Lupillo Rivera took the stage of Premio Lo Nuestro to honor the memory of his beloved sister. The singer was overcome with emotions as he sang "Yo te extrañaré" (I Will Miss You).
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A BIT OF COLOMBIA
Colombian singer-songwriter Carlos Vives closed the show with the contagious rhythms of cumbia and vallenato.