The Mexican rocker didn't dare leave her unique fashion sense at home while wearing this feathery gown created by Daniel Andrade.
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The Spanish singer of Latin jazz payed homage to her African roots with this design.
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The Boricua singer left nothing up to the imagination with this low cut metallic dress.
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This is how the Mexican actress showed up, wearing this tan Christian Mendoza design with Damiani bling.
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The Colombian singer's dress looked like a childrens' coloring book, and didn't suit her flattering figure.
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The rocker's date, Karen Martínez, looked radiant in Colombian designer Beatriz Camacho's gown, while Juanes went for the faded jean jacket and silver cross look.
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Honduran designer Carlos Campos is responsible for the gray gingham suit that the correspondent for Univision News wore to the awards show.
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The Colombian musician opted for an all-black striped suit, and it looks like his wife Johana Bahamón followed suit with her own stripes.
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Félix Danilo Gómez, the Panamanian reggaeton singer also known as Flex flashes gang sign and his fashionable suit all in one pose.
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The Mexican rockers sported a retro Elvis Costello, except the guy on the right. He couldn't seem to find his other white shoe lace.
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The Sin Bandera singer decided to dress down his tuxedo jacket with a t-shirt and a scruffy beard.
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The Latin Grammy Award winning producer, singer and songwriter from Puerto Rico chose a crushed velvet blazer, designed by Argentinean Gustavo Cadileto, to cover up his grandpa sweater when he walked the green carpet for the awards show in Houston, TX.
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The musician opted for a maroon velvet smoking-jacket-inspired blazer to attend the awards show.